Sindroma Pre Eksitasi Asimtomatik: Ablasi Versus Konservatif
AbstractWolff-Parkinson-White (WPW) is a sporadic and familial abnormality. Epidemiological
data indicate that 0.1% to 0.3% of the general population
have ECG findings suggesting that during sinus rhythm. The risk of sudden
cardiac death is around 0.25%. Patients with WPW syndrome is often
symptomatic because of cardiac arrhythmias. Sometimes the arrhythmia
can be life-threatening, and leads to sudden cardiac death. However, there
is still controversy in management of individuals with asymptomatic WPW
pattern. Despite radiofrequency catheter ablation remains the first line
therapy of the WPW syndrome, the risk of complications of this procedure
is almost the same as the risk of sudden cardiac death in asymptomatic
WPW. Therefore, an algorithm to determine the appropriate management
of asymptomatic WPW patients is needed.
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