Thoracic Vein Arrhythmias: Mechanisms and Treatment

Shih Ann Chen, Michel Haïssaguerre, Douglas P. Zipes

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Abstract

In 1998 Professor Haïssaguerre and his colleagues made the initial observation in patients that triggering foci in or around the pulmonary veins initiate some types of atrial fibrillation. Since then it has become clear that atrial fibrillation and other atrial tachyarrhythmias can be initiated (and possibly maintained) by triggering foci in any of the thoracic veins. This concept is now one of the most current topics in electrophysiology, and while it is a topic of frequent discussion in the major cardiology and electrophysiology journals, Thoracic Vein Arrhythmias: Mechanisms and Treatment is the first state-of-the art multi-authored textbook that integrates the advances made in this rapidly developing new area of cardiac arrhythmias for the global community. Edited by Drs. Shih-Ann Chen, Michel Ha�ssaguerre, and Douglas P. Zipes, who are at the forefront of advances in this field of cardiology, and with contributions from authors representing an international array of authorities in their individual fields, this text will be an invaluable reference to students, basic scientists, and clinicians with an interest in any aspect of cardiac arrhythmia. First textbook to provide comprehensive, critical and insightful review by leading experts in the exciting field of thoracic vein arrhythmias. Contains review of the current status of thoracic vein arrhythmias, and speculation on how the new findings will impact on treatment of cardiac arrhythmias. The chapters outline how progress is being made on several fronts ranging from basic mechanisms to invasive treatment for thoracic vein arrhythmias.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Publisherwiley
Number of pages352
ISBN (Print)9780470751442, 1405118881, 9781405118880
DOIs
StatePublished - Dec 13 2007

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Cardiac Arrhythmias
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Chen, S. A., Haïssaguerre, M., & Zipes, D. P. (2007). Thoracic Vein Arrhythmias: Mechanisms and Treatment. wiley. https://doi.org/10.1002/9780470751442

Thoracic Vein Arrhythmias : Mechanisms and Treatment. / Chen, Shih Ann; Haïssaguerre, Michel; Zipes, Douglas P.

wiley, 2007. 352 p.

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Chen, Shih Ann ; Haïssaguerre, Michel ; Zipes, Douglas P. / Thoracic Vein Arrhythmias : Mechanisms and Treatment. wiley, 2007. 352 p.
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