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Фібриляція передсердь у ранньому постабляційному періоді: причини виникнення і лікування

Автори: Пророк С.Ю.
Клінічна лікарня «Феофанія» Державного управління справами, м. Київ, Україна

Рубрики: Медицина невідкладних станів

Розділи: Довідник фахівця

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Резюме

Широке впровадження катетерного лікування при фібриляції передсердь призвело до значного зростання пулу пацієнтів, яким виконується ця процедура. Розуміння особливостей перебігу хвороби у ранньому періоді після катетерного лікування є важливою складовою системного лікування таких хворих, що поліпшує як безпосередні результати, так і віддалені. Цей проміжок часу отримав назву «сліпий період», становить 3 міс. і зазвичай може супроводжуватися повторними або навіть більш частими епізодами аритмії. У цій публікації розглядаються сучасні підходи і методи ведення та лікування пацієнтів з фібриляцією передсердь саме у сліпому періоді.

The widespread introduction of catheter-based treatment for atrial fibrillation has led to a significant increase in the number of patients undergoing this procedure. Understanding the disease characteristics in the early period following catheter-based treatment is an important component of the systemic treatment of such patients, which improves both immediate and long-term outcomes. This time interval is referred to as the blanking period, it lasts for 3 months and may usually be accompanied by recurrent or even more frequent arrhythmia episodes. This publication discusses modern approaches and methods for managing and treating patients with atrial fibrillation specifically during the blanking period.


Ключові слова

аритмії; фібриляція передсердь; абляція; катетерна деструкція; антиаритмічна терапія

arrhythmias; atrial fibrillation; ablation; catheter-based treatment; antiarrhythmic therapy


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