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The Rt. femoral artery was entered percutaneously and cannulated with a 5 Fr. introducer sheaths using a modified Seldinger technique. 6 Fr. Cournand EP diagnostic catheter was
introduced through the 6 Fr. sheath and advanced into HIS bundle position.
6 Fr. Dynamic decca EP diagnostic catheter was introduced through the 7 Fr. sheath and advanced into coronary sinus. 7 Fr. Du0-decca EP mapping catheter was introduced
into the sheath into the ra. After diagnostic catheters were introduced,
baseline measurements were recorded. The 8 Fr. short sheath was exchanged for an 8.5 Fr.
Agilis long sheath. 8 Fr. EPT 8MM ablation catheter was introduced
through the 8 Fr. sheath and advanced into the RA. With the ablation catheter, mapping was performed with good signals. 5 Fr. Pigtail catheter was inserted into RFA and
advanced to aortic root over the glide wire and biplane aortography was perfomed with 15 mL of contrast and images were obtained and roadmapped. An 18 gauge X 98 cm Brockenbrough transseptal needle was introduced into the Agilis long sheath. Using fluoroscopic landmarks and pressures in the right atrium, and using aortic root roadmaps, the ostium of the fossa ovalis and puncured the septum. The pressures of the left atrium were measured and the sheath was advanced into the left atrium for first transseptal access. The 8 Fr. short sheath was exchanged for an 8 Fr. Prefface long sheath. An 18 gauge X 71 cm Brockenbrough transseptal needle was introduced into the Using identical technique, the second transseptal puncture was performed and access was obtained without complications. 7 Fr. Lasso EP mapping catheter was introduced into the sheath into the la. 8 Fr. Thermocool D & F curve ablation catheter was introduced through the 8,5 Fr. sheath and advanced into the la.
Biplane contrast venography was perfomed of the pulmonary veins and the left atrim and images were obtained and roadmapped to assist with mapping. Using the roadmaps, a three-dimensional anatomic map was contructed of the left atrium and pulmonary veins.
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