Tissue heating during radiofrequency catheter ablation: a thermodynamic model and observations in isolated perfused and superfused canine right ventricular free wall.


The characteristics of radiofrequency catheter ablation induced injury in the heart are not well characterized. Since the mechanism of injury by radiofrequency energy is thermal, this study was performed to determine the temperature gradient in myocardial tissue during radiofrequency (RF) catheter ablation, and to validate a thermodynamic model derived to… (More)


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