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From: Clinical impact of “pure” empirical catheter ablation of slow-pathway in patients with non-ECG documented clinical on–off tachycardia

Fig. 2

Pure Empirical Slow-Pathway Ablation and Follow-up Results. a Patients who underwent pure empirical catheter ablation of slow-pathway (CaSP) showed significantly higher incidence of other atrial tachycardia documentation during follow-up. b Patients who underwent pure empirical CaSP showed significantly lower complete symptom elimination during follow-up as compared to patients with standard CaSP. c Between patients with pure empirical CaSP and standard CaSP there was no significant difference in the recurrence of AVNRT. d There was significantly higher incidence of no symptomatic improvement in patients after pure empirical CaSP as compared to those after standard CaSP. P values were calculated with Fisher exact test (a, c, d) and with Chi-square test (b)

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