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B-PO02-131 VENTRICULAR ABLATION USING PULSED-FIELD ENERGY WITH A LATTICE-TIP CATHETER

      Pulsed-field ablation (PFA) is a nonthermal energy that produces lesions rapidly. While it has been primarily evaluated for atrial ablation, it may also be beneficial for ventricular ablation whereas radiofrequency energy can damage the coronary arteries and phrenic nerves.
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