We would like you to meet your opponents: typical flutter, AVNRT and the whole gang. The better you know them, the better clinician you become. One of those typical cases will be your first procedure alone so be prepared.
Get familiar with typical pacing maneuvers and look for warning signs
Best arrhythmia to start with if you pay attention in this course
Time to use your knowledge and map the source of arrhythmia
How to do PVI in a safe and quick way by reading the signals
How to approach ventricular arrhythmias
See how additional conduction system changes everything
If everything fails there is still this one option…
How to train?
Electrical zigzags from heart cables – understanding signals from the intracardiac electrodes
Sinus rhythm from inside the heart
Is it far or is it close? – clinically important examples of far and near fields
PQ, QRS, QT and RR=CL
AH and HV interval
What is it and how to measure ERP
Burst pacing and SNRT
Safe pacing ranges vs AF induction
Wenckebach point and atrio-ventricular node ERP
Gap phenomenon in AV conduction
No VA conduction and how to be sure
Incremental pacing, retrograde Wenckebach and ventriculo-atrial ERP
Concentric depolarisation sequence
Retrograde eccentric activation
Safe pacing ranges vs VT induction
Induce the uninducible
Hurrah! Its time for pacing maneuvers
OMG! How to stop it?
Nice signal for relaxed ablation
Do not overlook critical warnings
Try your first entrainment
Is this the right signal to ablate?
Find the gap or go home
Are we done? AKA How to verify the block?
See what happens and avoid complications in real life
Discover the difference between automaticity and triggered activity vs. reentry
See how to induce and recognize focal arrhythmias
Where should I look?
That’s the spot to ablate
Are you sure you have entrance and exit block?
Two ways to find the gap in isolation
Find and destroy AKA pace and ablate approach
Try to spot isolated PV-potentials
Local capture and we can go home
The best filing in the world: termination by ablation
Finding the sweet spot
Try your first pace mapping
"Strange” respond to usual pacing maneuvers
This way or the other way around: antidromic or orthodromic
Finding the right signal
Finding the right spot
Assuring preservation of high escape rhythm
Latency, gap phenomena and other weird stuff
Two opposites: lost of capture and catheter induced beats
Atrial macro reentry tachycardia and entrainment mapping
Change in AH vs HV change
How to wisely use unipolar electrograms
Best way to safely unmask Brugada syndrom
Signal or noise – what to rely on when analysing signals