#QuestionoftheWeek – A 45- y/o man w/ a DDD #pacemaker implanted 3 yrs ago for heart block now presents to the hospital w/ fever + chills. E.coli bacteremia is found. The pocket is not swollen. What would you do next?
#EPeeps – Will you answer correctly? https://www.hrsonline.org/CoreConcepts/question-4?utm_campaign=cc21&utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_content=qow … pic.twitter.com/EoEqEJN6KG
In patients with structural heart disease, the basal septum is a common source of ventricular
Read this elegant review of both the clinical and electrophysiological characteristics of VT from this area: https://bit.ly/3DXgctc
#JACCCEP #HeartDisease #EPeeps pic.twitter.com/1FiZ9orFWC
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 #EPeeps pic.twitter.com/fDvTui7LhL
NEW PRESENTATION | How to perform potential mapping for non-ischemic VT substate
This concise and excellent ‘how-to’ overview on
#DeEPMapping by @aportasanchez is a must-see.
@vtorralba78 @CardioQuironMad @QS_Madrid @BiosenseWebster #AblateVT #EPeeps pic.twitter.com/xbtKwPn46d
First cardioneuroablation case with
#Rhythmia...Young patient with Mobiyz type1 block and bradycardia episodes, first map is collected with 50-250 mHz, second one is 200-500 mHz which specifically shows ganglia targets with #Lumipoint fractionation @BSCCardiology @EPeeps_Botpic.twitter.com/HlEA5m1MHY
Very gratifying single pass AT case
@UHSFT using #Stablepoint with #Rhythmia. 2min abbreviated video below. #EPeeps
Full case discussion with more detailed video at: https://www.bostonscientific.com/en-EU/medical-specialties/electrophysiology/arrhythmias/cardiac-mapping-system/cardiac-ablation-catheters/intellanav-stablepoint/clinical-data/at-post-af-ablation.html …pic.twitter.com/vxvzWxPgVD