Journal article

Multipolar mapping with the high-density grid catheter compared with conventional point-by-point mapping to guide catheter ablation for focal arrhythmias

David Chieng, Anandaroop Lahiri, Hariharan Sugumar, Ahmed Al-Kaisey, Ramanathan Parameswaran, Robert D Anderson, Sandeep Prabhu, Liang-Han Ling, Joseph B Morton, Alex J McLellan, Geoffrey Lee, Jonathan M Kalman, Andrew D McGavigan, Peter M Kistler

Journal of Cardiovascular Electrophysiology | WILEY | Published : 2020

Abstract

BACKGROUND: Multipolar catheters provide high-density mapping which may reduce the procedural duration and improve the success of catheter ablation (CA) for focal arrhythmias. The high-density grid (HDG) catheter is a 16 electrode mapping catheter with bipole recordings at orthogonal splines. The aim of this study is to compare the clinical and procedural features from a cohort who underwent CA for focal arrhythmias using multipolar mapping (MPM) with age and case-matched cohort using point-by-point (PbyP) mapping. METHODS: Consecutive patients undergoing CA for focal arrhythmias between October 2018 and January 2020 guided by MPM were compared with PbyP mapping with the ablation catheter ov..

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Funding Acknowledgements

Dr. Chieng is supported by a co-funded NHMRC/NHF postgraduate scholarship. Dr. Sugumar is supported by co-funded NHMRC/NHF postgraduate scholarship and RACP JJ Billings and CRE-COI scholarships. The following industry funding sources regarding activities outside the submitted work have been declared in accordance with ICMJE guidelines. Prof. Peter M. Kistler has received funding from Abbott Medical for consultancy and speaking engagements and fellowship support from Biosense Webster. Prof. Jonathan M. Kalman has an NHMRC practitioner fellowship, research, and fellowship support from Medtronic and Biosense Webster. Other authors: No disclosures.