Spatial resolution and role of pacemapping during ablation of accessory pathways.


The objectives of this study were: (1) to evaluate quantitatively the spatial resolution of pacemapping; and (2) to assess the predictive value and role of pacemapping for the catheter ablation of overt APs. Sixty-three unipolar leads were used instead of the standard 12-lead ECG to acquire more information and assess the intrinsic accuracy of pacemapping… (More)


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