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A clinical approach to arrhythmias revisited in 2018

cardiology to make progress. Conflict of interest L. Jordaens declares that he has no competing interests. Open Access This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0

Catheter ablation of right ventricular outflow tract tachycardia using contact force guidance

S. D. A. Valk N. M. S. de Groot L. Jordaens Outflow tract tachycardias (OTT) originating from the right or left ventricular outflow tract are thought to be benign. However, symptoms can be

ICDs at higher age and clinical risk factors

consultant to Cameron Health. B Schaer was supported by a grant from the Swiss National Fund (ZIK0Z3-12146/1) and from St Jude Medical. L. Jordaens received research grants and speaker fees from Biotronik

Acute success and short-term follow-up of catheter ablation of isthmus-dependent atrial flutter; a comparison of 8 mm tip radiofrequency and cryothermy catheters

A. S. Thornton P. Janse M. Alings M. F. Scholten J. M. Mekel M. Miltenburg E. Jessurun L. Jordaens Objectives To compare the acute success and short-term follow-up of ablation of atrial flutter