Marcin Gawrysiak

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Cardiac arrhythmias have troubled patients and fascinated physicians for centuries. The twentieth century was an era of progress, when the mechanism of cardiac disorders became more commonly recognised. Arrhythmias may be due to abnormalities of automaticity, to abnormalities of conduction, or to a combination of both. In order for re-entry to occur, an(More)
INTRODUCTION The aim of the study was to describe the experience in performing ablation without fluoroscopy. MATERIAL AND METHODS From 575 ablation procedures with CARTO performed in the period 2003-2008, 108 (42 M; age 40 ±16 years) were done without fluoroscopy. One patient had ablation using the Localisa system. There was one man with thrombocytopenia(More)
About 25% of accessory pathways (AP) run via "posteroseptal" space (PSS). There are three approaches for ablation of these pathways: from the right atrium, from the left atrium or from the ventricle and coronary sinus (CS). However in some cases AP is too far from all of them. Catheterisation of the middle cardiac vein (MCV) seems to be the only chance for(More)
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