Unexpected atypical flutter using an anchor point on LA anterior wall… first time ablation…the
#HDgrid sigs were rockin!
@MarinaBrand5 @_shannonmillard drop on the map, @EvanBlankMD terminated this like a boss pic.twitter.com/4HfAzUGtVw
Veins still isolated but patient presented in mitral AFL. After term with a lateral line it switch to crazy PW activation and the rest of the LA was passive. After boxing in the PW we convert to sinus leaving the PW still rocking. So cool to see
#hdgrid @AbbottCardio #EPeepspic.twitter.com/fDvTui7LhL
In this case,
#HDGrid recorded EGMs near a gap in the LIPV. The EGMs between splines were up to 3 times larger in amplitude than related down-spline EGMs, highlighting the importance of directionality.
See more #electrophysiology cases & view safety info: https://www.cardiovascular.abbott/us/en/hcp/products/electrophysiology/diagnostic-catheters/advisor-hd-grid/case-library.html …pic.twitter.com/jCqFtInTz3
Pt brought to lab in suspected typical AFL. CTI line ablated w/o term.
#HDGrid used to identify flutter circulating around lateral wall. 2nd AFL mapped quickly to show typ. AFL with CTI leak. Both AFL term successfully with #TCSE @abbottcardio @Jackson_J_Liang #JustGridIt #Epeepspic.twitter.com/x9PbCa4ugr
@OchsnerEP for sharing these maps created with the #HDGrid Mapping Catheter, Sensor Enabled showing multiple tachycardias. Find more case details below
Safety Info: https://www.cardiovascular.abbott/us/en/hcp/products/electrophysiology/diagnostic-catheters/advisor-hd-grid/indications-safety-and-warnings.html …https://twitter.com/OchsnerEP/status/1438242190875037697 …
Done with HDgrid pic.twitter.com/hhsJjBszzM