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Atrial Fibrillation is fast becoming one of the world’s most significant public health issues – affecting 14 millions of lives across EMEA and placing a critical burden on healthcare systems 1-3
1. Zoni-Berisso M., L. C. D. (2014). Epidemiology of atrial fibrillation: European perspective.
Clinical Epidemiology 2014:6:213-220.
2. Ball et al. Atrial fibrillation: Profile and burden of an evolving epidemic in the 21st Century. International Journal of Cardiology 167 (2013) 1807–1824.
3. Data extracted by Global Burden Disease (GBD) Results Tool - GHDx website 24/10/2017
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Always verify catheter tip location using fluoroscopy or IC signals and consult the CARTO® 3 System User Guide regarding recommendations for fluoroscopy use.* Catheter advancement should be done under fluoroscopic guidance. Do not use excessive force to advance or withdraw the catheter when resistance is encountered. Careful catheter manipulation must be performed in order to avoid cardiac damage, perforation, or tamponade.
*Sporton S, Earley M, Nathan A, and Schilling R, Electroanatomic versus fluoroscopic mapping for catheter ablation procedures: A prospective randomized study. Journal of Cardiovascular Electrophysiology 2004;15,3:310-315
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