КЛИНИЧЕСКИЕ РЕКОМЕНДАЦИИ ЕВРОПЕЙСКОГО ОБЩЕСТВА КАРДИОЛОГОВ ПО ЛЕЧЕНИЮ ПАЦИЕНТОВ С СУПРАВЕНТРИКУЛЯРНЫМИ ТАХИКАРДИЯМИ-2019: ЧТО НОВОГО?



DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25298/2221-8785-2020-18-2-193-202


Л. В. Колоцей (L. V. Kalatsei), В. А. Снежицкий (V. A. Snezhitskiy)

Аннотация


В данной статье представлен обзор клинических рекомендаций Европейского общества кардиологов по лечению пациентов с суправентрикулярными тахикардиями, разработанных совместно с Европейской ассоциацией специалистов по детской кардиологии и врожденным порокам сердца, представленных во время
Европейского конгресса кардиологов в Париже 31 августа 2019 г. Новые рекомендации затрагивают вопросы диагностики, неотложного купирования и длительной терапии всех суправентрикулярных тахикардий, за исключением фибрилляции предсердий, и включают главы, посвященные терапии суправентрикулярных нарушений ритма у пациентов с врожденными пороками сердца, тахи-индуцированной кардиомиопатией, у беременных женщин. Особое внимание уделяется применению радиочастотной аблации как наиболее современной, эффективной и динамично развивающейся методике эрадикации аритмий.


Ключевые слова


суправентрикулярные тахикардии; антиаритмические препараты; радиочастотная аблация; тахи-индуцированная кардиомиопатия

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