ОСЛОЖНЕНИЯ ПРОЦЕДУРЫ РАДИОЧАСТОТНОЙ АБЛЯЦИИ УСТЬЕВ ЛЕГОЧНЫХ ВЕН ПРИ ФИБРИЛЛЯЦИИ ПРЕДСЕРДИЙ

  • Д. О. Воробьева УЗ «Гродненский областной клинический кардиологический центр»
  • В. А. Снежицкий УО «Гродненский государственный медицинский университет»
Ключевые слова: фибрилляция предсердий, радиочастотная абляция, устья легочных вен, осложнения

Аннотация

Фибрилляция предсердий – аритмия, сопровождающаяся значительными социально-экономическими потерями в связи с большой распространенностью, повышенным риском развития инсультов и тромбоэмболий, инвалидизации и смерти. Для лечения данной аритмии в клинической практике в последние два десятилетия успешно применяется метод радиочастотной абляции устьев легочных вен. Вместе с тем врачам и пациентам необходимо учитывать возможные осложнения этой процедуры, а также меры профилактики их развития и их лечение.

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Воробьева ДО, Снежицкий ВА. ОСЛОЖНЕНИЯ ПРОЦЕДУРЫ РАДИОЧАСТОТНОЙ АБЛЯЦИИ УСТЬЕВ ЛЕГОЧНЫХ ВЕН ПРИ ФИБРИЛЛЯЦИИ ПРЕДСЕРДИЙ. Журнал ГрГМУ (Journal GrSMU) [Интернет]. 10 апрель 2017 г. [цитируется по 4 февраль 2023 г.];15(1):13-9. доступно на: http://journal-grsmu.by/index.php/ojs/article/view/2051

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