CLINICAL ASPECTS OF TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITH LONG-PERSISTENT FORMOF ATRIAL FIBRILLATION AND DECOMPENSATED CHRONIC HEART FAILURE, USING A METHODOF RADIOFREQUENCY CATHETER ABLATION AND CARDIAC RESYNCHRONIZATION THERAPY

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The article describes a clinical case of a 64-years patient with long-lasting persistent atrial fibrillation with the progressive course of chronic heart failure, which successfully treated with CRT setting and RFA of AFib. Dynamic observation of the patient during 12 months confirmed the success of combined treatment – absence of arrhythmia recurrences and decreasing of NYHA heart failure functional class.

КЛИНИЧЕСКИЕ АСПЕКТЫ ЛЕЧЕНИЯ ПАЦИЕНТОВ С ДЛИТЕЛЬНО ПЕРСИСТИРУЮЩЕЙ ФОРМОЙ ФИБРИЛЛЯЦИИ ПРЕДСЕРДИЙ И ДЕКОМПЕНСИРОВАННОЙ ХРОНИЧЕСКОЙ СЕРДЕЧНОЙ НЕДОСТАТОЧНОСТЬЮ С ПОМОЩЬЮ МЕТОДА РЧА И КАРДИОРЕСИНХРОНИЗИРУЮЩЕЙ ТЕРАПИИ

A A Kocharyan

E G Zhelyakov

R R Guseynova

A V Konev

Email: konevalexv@mail.ru

A V Ardashev

Email: ardashev1970@gmail.com

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