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Research progress on predicting atrial fibrillation recurrence after radiofrequency ablation based on electrocardiogram-related parameters
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  • Jiayin Niu,
  • Min Zhang,
  • Pengfei Liu,
  • Cuncun Hua,
  • Guangzhen Zhong
Jiayin Niu
Beijing Chaoyang Hospital
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Min Zhang
Beijing Chaoyang Hospital
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Pengfei Liu
Beijing Chaoyang Hospital
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Cuncun Hua
Beijing Chaoyang Hospital
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Guangzhen Zhong
Beijing Chaoyang Hospital

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Abstract

Atrial fibrillation (AF) is the most common arrhythmia. It is associated with increased stroke risks, thromboembolism, and other complications, which are great life and economic burdens for patients. In recent years, with the maturity of percutaneous catheter radiofrequency ablation (RFA) technology, it has become a first-line therapy for AF. However, some patients still experience AF recurrence (AFR) after RFA, which can cause serious consequences. Therefore, it is crucial to identify appropriate parameters that can predict the prognosis. Here, we reviewed possible predicting indicators for AFR, focusing on all the electrocardiogram indicators, such as P wave duration, PR interval and so on. It may provide valuable information for guiding clinical works.