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Arrhythmia Management, Electrophysiology and Pacing

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Arrhythmia Management, Electrophysiology and Pacing

Rationale for test / treatment

Signal Averaged Electrocardiogram (SA ECG)

Magnify ECG to detect "late potentials" (electrical signals) suggestive of electrical scars in heart.

Tilt Test

For investigation of recurrent syncope.

Flecainide Challenge Test

To diagnose Brugada syndrome.

Electrical Cardioversion

For conversion of an arrhythmia usually atrial fibrillation back to sinus rhythm.

Loop Recorder Insertion

For investigation of recurrent syncope of unknown origin or detection of arrhythmias.

Electrophysiology Study

Invasive study using catheters to study the electrical properties of the heart. Needed before catheter ablation can be performed.

Catheter Ablation for Cardiac Arrhythmias

Using radiofrequency energy to ablate the abnormal focus or pathway causing the abnormal arrhythmia.

Pacemaker Implantation – Single and Dual Chamber

Pacemakers are needed for treatment of slow heart beat.

ICD Implantation

For prevention of sudden cardiac death.

Subcutaneous ICD Implantation

For prevention of sudden cardiac death using leads which are not placed inside the heart.

CRT ICD Implantation

For treatment of patients with heart failure associated with a widened QRS complex.

Leadless Pacing

For treatment of patients with slow heart beat without the use of pacing lead.

Remote Monitoring

Remotely monitor patient’s cardiac device via the internet.

Lead Extraction

Removal of pacing or defibrillator leads in the body which have been infected or are malfunctioning.

LA Appendage Closure

Percutaneous procedure that is used to close off the LA appendage so as to reduce the risk of stroke that comes as result of atrial fibrillation.

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