David R. Stockman

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Transseptal puncture is the most commonly used technique to perform electrophysiological procedures in the left atrium. This case report describes a pulmonary vein isolation in a patient with a paroxysmal atrial fibrillation, complicated by the presence of an oversized Amplatzer device (AGA Medical Corp., Golden Valley, MN). A retrograde approach using the(More)
Answer Among the side effects of adenosine, excitatory actions on ventricular automaticity enhanced by low concentrations of adenosine and the discharge of catecholamines are reported. The majority of adenosine-induced ventricular tachycardias (VTs) are rare, transient, not requiring further interventions and usually originate in the inferior left(More)
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