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Upon admission, the physical examination revealed a regular heartbeat, with a heart rate of 130 bpm. [...]case a 50 year old male patient, smoker, with a history of surgically removed esophageal ...

Date : 09/07/2016

Abstract Aims To compare the use of a minimal (MIN) with a conventional (CON) catheter approach for the mapping and ablation of regular supraventricular tachycardias (SVT) and typical atrial flutter ...

Europace, Reginald Liew, Victoria Baker, Laura Richmond, Kim Rajappan, Dhiraj Gupta, Malcolm Finlay, Glyn Thomas, Mark Earley, Simon Sporton, Stuart Harris, Richard Schilling

Date : 01/08/2009 Item size : 210962 bytes

Long-term outcome of electrical cardioversion in patients with chronic atrial flutter. To determine the long-term outcome of serial electrical cardioversion therapy in patients with chronic atrial ...

Heart, Research Article, H. J. Crijns, I. C. Van Gelder, R. G. Tieleman, J. Brügemann, P. J. De Kam, A. T. Gosselink, M. T. Bink-Boelkens, K. I. Lie

Date : 01/01/1997

Fourteen mothers were treated with flecainide for fetal atrial tachycardias associated with intrauterine cardiac failure. After recent reports of the side effects of flecainide treatment, however, ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, L D Allan, S K Chita, G K Sharland, D Maxwell, K Priestley

Date : 01/01/1991

There was a trend for those patients with recurrent atrial flutter to have a higher incidence of underlying heart disease and previous episodes of atrial flutter than the non-recurrent group. There ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, R G Pozen, J Pastoriza, J J Rozanski, K M Kessler, R J Myerburg

Date : 01/07/1983

Sixteen patients presenting on 21 occasions with atrial flutter in association with complex congenital heart disease were treated by intracardiac stimulation techniques combined with activation ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, D Cunningham, J Somerville, J A Kennedy, E Rowland, A F Rickards

Date : 01/06/1991

Diazepam restored sinus rhythm in I patient with atrial tachycardia (total 7 patients) and in I patient with ventricular tachycardia (total 8 patients). The value of diazepam as a cardiac ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, F H Spracklen, R J Chambers, V Schrire

Date : 08/09/2016

Seven consecutive patients with atrial flutter are described, in six of whom sinus rhythm was restored by a combination of digoxin and propranolol.

British Heart Journal, Articles, Douglas A. L. Watt, W. R. Livingstone, R. K. S. MacKay, E. N. Obineche

Date : 08/09/2016

OBJECTIVE--To examine the benefits of restoring atrioventricular synchrony to children with His bundle tachycardia after operation for congenital heart disease. DESIGN--Review of clinical outcome of ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, J A Till, E Rowland

Date : 01/09/1991

The efficacy of quinidine versus lidoflazine therapy was compared in the maintenance of sinus rhythm after electrical cardioversion for atrial flutter or fibrillation in a group of 35 patients. The ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, B M Kennelly

Date : 01/05/1977