The Effect of Ablation Electrode Length and Catheter Tip to Endocardial Orientation on Radiofrequency Lesion Size in the Canine Right Atrium

@article{Chan2002TheEO,
  title={The Effect of Ablation Electrode Length and Catheter Tip to Endocardial Orientation on Radiofrequency Lesion Size in the Canine Right Atrium},
  author={R. Chan and S. B. Johnson and J. Seward and D. Packer},
  journal={Pacing and Clinical Electrophysiology},
  year={2002},
  volume={25}
}
  • R. Chan, S. B. Johnson, +1 author D. Packer
  • Published 2002
  • Medicine
  • Pacing and Clinical Electrophysiology
  • CHAN, R.C., et al.: The Effect of Ablation Electrode Length and Catheter Tip to Endocardial Orientation on Radiofrequency Lesion Size in the Canine Right Atrium. Although the determinants of radiofrequency lesion size have been characterized in vitro and in ventricular tissue in situ, the effects of catheter tip length and endocardial surface orientation on lesion generation in atrial tissue have not been studied. Therefore, the dimensions of radiofrequency lesions produced with 4‐, 6‐, 8‐, 10… CONTINUE READING
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