Selective ablation of atrial ganglionated plexus attenuates vasovagal reflex in a canine model

@article{Wang2019SelectiveAO,
  title={Selective ablation of atrial ganglionated plexus attenuates vasovagal reflex in a canine model},
  author={Xiaoying Wang and Da Luo and Shan Liu and Weiyi Qu and Ruisong Ma and Xiaomei Yu and Jing Xie and Zhibing Lu and Wenbo He},
  journal={Pacing and Clinical Electrophysiology},
  year={2019},
  volume={42},
  pages={13–19}
}
BACKGROUND Atrial ganglionated plexus (GP) ablation was proved to have therapeutic effects on vasovagal syncope. The study aimed to investigate whether selective ablation of only right anterior GP (ARGP) and right inferior GP (IRGP) was effective in a canine model of vasovagal syncope. METHODS Seventeen mongrel dogs were divided into control (N = 10) and ablation group (N = 7). Bilateral thoracotomy was performed at the fourth intercostal space and ARGP and IRGP were ablated in the ablation… CONTINUE READING
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