Characterizing Recurrence Following Hybrid Ablation in Patients With Persistent Atrial Fibrillation
It is widely accepted that atrial fibrillation (AF) accounts for half of arrhythmia recurrences following endocardial catheter ablation of AF. An epicardial-endocardial approach (hybrid) has emerged as an alternative to endocardial ablation alone for the treatment of AF, yet recurrence after a hybrid procedure has not been well characterized. This retrospective study is aimed at characterizing recurrence following hybrid ablation for patients with persistent AF.
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Dennis Baumgardner, MD; Advocate Aurora Health
Joseph Grundle; Advocate Aurora Health
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