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Post by Charles Accardi » October 8th, 2010, 1:41 pm

An acquaintence of mine has recently been diagnosed with Wolff-Parkison-White Syndrome and is scheduled for an ablation. Does anyone have experience with this d cornfused isease?
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Post by BennieB » January 30th, 2011, 5:37 am

From what i heard WPW is the easiest arrythmia to cure with an ablation best wishes.

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Post by SkaterGirlBrooke » January 30th, 2011, 3:22 pm

A friend of mine has it, as far as ICDs go (since we will probably end up talking about that :) WPW is a class III indicator meaning it is not a qualification for an ICD...it is best treated with an ablation and most cases can be cured...WPW has a very low rate of SCD. It's a rapid-reentrant tachycardia caused by an extra pathway in the heart. Most can be ablated out and for the most part, cured :) It presents as tachycardia or as a delta wave on the EKG, but sometimes the wave cannot be detected or shown.
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