Clin Surg | Volume 3, Issue 1 | Case Report | Open Access

Hybrid Video Thoracoscopic Cryoablation and Mapping with 3D-Mapping System of WPW Syndrome after 4 Failed Percutaneous Catheter Ablations - Case Report

Sebastian Stec1,2,3, Anna Witkowska3, Janusz Śledź1, Sanjeev Choundhary4, Piotr Stec5, Karol Deutsch1* and Piotr Suwalski3

1Department of Medicine, ELMedica and EP-Network, Poland
2Department of Medicine, Podkarpackie Center for Cardiovascular Intervention, Poland
3Department of Cardiac Surgery, Central Clinical Hospital of Ministry of Interior, Poland
4Department of Medicine, Medicine SA, Poland
5Department of Cardiac Surgery, Stalowa Wola Hospital, Poland

*Correspondance to: Karol Deutsch 

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Abstract

We present a case of 38-year-old woman, active runner, with Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome after prior four failed percutaneous radio frequency ablations and cryoablations in different reference centers. Than the patient underwent successful hybrid video thoracoscopic procedure with 3D-electroanatomic mapping system with deep epicardial cryoablation applications.

Citation:

Stec S, Witkowska A, ?led? J, Choundhary S, Stec P, Deutsch K, et al. Hybrid Video Thoracoscopic Cryoablation and Mapping with 3D-Mapping System of WPW Syndrome after 4 Failed Percutaneous Catheter Ablations - Case Report. Clin Surg. 2018; 3: 2067.

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