Atrial flutter advances in mechanisms and management edited by albert l waldo and paul touboul armonk ny futura publishing co 1996 pp 480 109 our understanding of the electrophysiologic bases of supraventricular arrhythmias has undergone explosive growth in the last decade. After atrial fibrillation atrial flutter is the most important and most common atrial tachyarrhythmia although it was first described 80 years ago techniques for its diagnosis and management have changed little for decades the diagnosis rested almost entirely with the 12 lead ecg and treatment options included only the use of a digitalis compound to slow and control the ventricular . Atrial flutter advances in mechanisms and management albert l waldo paul touboul in summary arterial flutter advances in mechanisms and management is an excellent compendium of recent advances in the understanding and therapy of this interesting arrhythmia. The management of atrial flutter has changed dramatically over the past two decades this change is in part because of the availability of new drugs and in part because of increased understanding of the mechanism responsible for atrial flutter as summarized elsewhere110 based on simple mapping studies lewis and colleagues6263 came remarkably close to understanding the mechanism of atrial . Atrial tachycardia is an uncommon arrhythmia and may be focal or macroreentrant this review concentrates on focal atrial tachycardia over the last decade there have been a number of advances in
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