Madison J. Spence

Denovo AF

By Madison Spence
April 26, 2022

Denovo AF no more, from slow af ~280 CL ➡️ 555ms CL ➡️ NSR 🥳 brought to you by a new UI/UX

For our patient’s first time ablation, we stuck to the standard. WACAed our veins and secured the carina, but our patient remained in fib. So what now?

With the AcQmap catheter on the case, 🔎we AcQtracked the global activation of our patient’s afib in under a minute and 👀 #ePeep what we found! A verrry interesting LIA, local irregular activity, inferior to the LIPV.

It. had. it. all. – deceleration, pivoting, & breakout

Determined to term we took a core to boundary approach, and we got what we came for #burnedandtermed to nothing 👏but 👏sinus. 👏 Incredible team effort with Dr. Arfaat M Khan, MD at Henry Ford hospital in Detroit, Jacob Dreyer & Elizabeth Lasc

#ePeeps check out LIA’s role in the spatial and temporal stability of the propagation of AF at

**If you’re going to be at #hrs2022 come find me in Acutus’ Tech Suite, I’d love to connect / geek out over the emerging tech in #electrophysiology

Madison Spence

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