Entrainment Mapping.

@article{Kumar2017EntrainmentM,
  title={Entrainment Mapping.},
  author={Saurabh Kumar and Usha B Tedrow and William G. Stevenson},
  journal={Cardiac electrophysiology clinics},
  year={2017},
  volume={9 1},
  pages={
          55-69
        }
}
Mapping during ventricular tachycardia (VT) aims to elucidate mechanism, describe myocardial propagation, and identify the origin and critical regions of VT that can be targeted for ablation, most commonly with radiofrequency ablation. Most VTs in structural heart disease are due to macro-reentry in and around scar. A combination of mapping techniques, including mapping to identify the arrhythmia substrate, activation sequence mapping, pace-mapping, and entrainment mapping, may be used to… 
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