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Atrial Flutter Clinical Trials

A listing of Atrial Flutter medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.


Found (32) clinical trials

Tricuspid Isthmus Imaged by CARTOsound Patients With Typical Atrial Flutter

Patients undergoing atrial flutter ablation will have cartosound imaging done during procedure to determine if this will shorten ablation times.

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Typical Flutter Ablation:A Comparison of 4 mm Versus 2 mm Irrigated cath ters

The purpose of this study is to compare the efficacy of 4 mm irrigated catheters with 2 mm irrigated catheters for ablation of typical flutter.It's a prospective randomised multicenter study.

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Maximum Targeted Ablation of Atrial Flutter

Patients undergoing atrial flutter ablation will be randomized to either the standard ablation approach or voltage targeted approach. Patients will be followed for one year to assess outcome of the ablation technique


Effect of Cavotricuspid Isthmus Ablation in Patients Without History of Typical Flutter During Ablation

Researchers hypothesized that an organized activation pattern around the tricuspid annulus during atrial fibrillation indicated a mother reentrant circuit that could be terminated by a cavocaval isthmus ablation, thus preventing atrial fibrillation. The objectives of the present study were to evaluate the effectiveness of isthmus ablation in preventing atrial fibrillation ...

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Increasing Detection of Sub-Clinical Atrial Fibrillation in Defibrillator Patients With the Use of a VDD-ICD Lead

Recipients of implantable defibrillators (ICD) are at high risk of developing both AF and stroke, given the presence of multiple cardiovascular risk factors. Oral anticoagulation can prevent most strokes in patients with AF; provided that AF is recognized before a stroke occurs. Up to about 40% of incident AF may ...

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Detection of Atrial Fibrillation After Cardiac Surgery

The aim of the SEARCH-AF trial is to evaluate a novel diagnostic tool for detecting post-operative atrial fibrillation or flutter (POAF/AFL) in cardiac surgical subjects during the early, sub-acute post-operative period. Its primary objective is to test whether enhanced cardiac rhythm monitoring with an adhesive, continuous monitor results in higher ...

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Trial of Electrical Versus Pharmacological Cardioversion for RAFF in the ED

Background: Atrial fibrillation (AF) is characterized by disorganized atrial electrical depolarization leading to an irregular and rapid heart rate and is the most common arrhythmia seen in the emergency department (ED). Atrial flutter (AFL) is a less common arrhythmia with similar pathophysiology. Investigators will focus on recent-onset episodes of AF ...

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Risk Factors in Tachycardiomyopathy

Decision between rate control and rhythm control can be a challenge in clinical practice. While there is some guiding evidence, we still lack a comprehensive insight into different subgroups of patients that will benefit from a rhythm control treatment. EMPATHY is a prospective clinical study in patients presenting with heart ...

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A Randomized Study of Contact Force in Atrial Flutter Ablation

Atrial flutter (AFL) is a macro-reentry tachycardia in the right atrium [1,2]. AFL is seen in 0,4 -1,2% of ECGs in the hospital[3]. Prevalence is higher in patients with structural heart disease, as hypertension, coronary heart disease and cardiomyopathy and also in patients with chronic obstructive lung disease. AFL occurs ...

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Stanford Cardiac Invasive Electrophysiology Novel Computer Experience

Patients will be recruited prospectively from among those undergoing ablation for atrial fibrillation (AF) or atrial tachycardias (AT) which may be reentrant or focal. Each patient will undergo careful data collection, including electrogram data and sites of ablation lesions. Ablation will proceed in operator-dependent fashion, and will not be modified ...

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