Rainer Schmitt

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It was hypothesized that the use of internal finger structure as imaged using commercially available ultrasound (US) scanners could act as a supplement to standard methods of biometric identification, as well as a means of assessing physiological and cardiovascular status. Anatomical structures in the finger including bone contour, tendon and features along(More)
BACKGROUND Silent cerebral events (SCE) have been identified on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in asymptomatic patients after atrial fibrillation (AF) ablation. Procedural determinants influencing the risk for SCE still remain unclear. OBJECTIVE Comparing the risk for SCE depending on exchanges of catheters (ExCath) over a single transseptal sheath. (More)
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