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Catheter Ablation for Ventricular Tachycardia

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									Supplemental Table 1. Catheter ablation of VT in patients with structural heart disease


                                                                         Avg
                                                                         indu   Unstab-le                  All                                       AAD
                                       Avg                     Amio       ced     VTs        At least   inducible    Proc      Proc        Avg         in
   First                     Heart     Age             Avg     before    VTs    targeted     one VT       VTs       Mortal   Complicat-   Follow-   Follow   No VT in   Death in
  Author        Year   N     Disease   (yrs)   Male   LVEF    Ablation    /Pt    (% pts)    abolished   abolished     ity      ions       up (mo)     -up      F/U        F/U

                                                                                                                                 10%
                                                                                 89% of                                      tamponade,
            1
 Cesario        2006   20    CAD 60%    64     75%    0.28     100%      N/A      VTs         N/A         N/A         0        vascular     12      100%       75%       10%
                                                                                                                                                             88% free
                                                                                                                                                                of
                                                                                             86% of                                                          targeted
  Bogun2        2006   48     CAD       66     88%    0.27      79%      1.8       0          VTs         N/A         0          N/A        16      >79%        VT        N/A
                                                                                                                             28% shock,
                                                                                                                                stroke,
                                                                                                                             tamponade,
                                                                                                                             hemothorax
                                                                                                                              AV block,
   Segal3       2005   40     CAD       65     78%    0.36      83%      3.5      N/A         N/A         73%         0        vascular     36      100%       50%       32%


  Deneke4       2005   25     CAD       62     N/A    0.37     100%      2.4     100%         92%         70%         0          0          10      100%       84%


  Arenal5       2004   26     CAD       68     N/A    0.31      N/A      N/A      N/A         96%         69%         0          0          17       N/A       73%       15%

   Della                                              .31 -               2-
   Bella6       2004   137    CAD       67     66%     .36      99%       3       53%         77%         57%         0         N/A         36       99%       51%        9%


 Kottkamp7      2003   28     CAD       64     89%    0.29      50%      2.3      39%         86%         79%         0      3.5% TIA       15      >50%       64%        7%

                                                                                                                                9%
  Reddy8        2003   11     CAD       66     N/A    0.31      64%      3.7     100%         82%         64%         0      tamponade      13      >64%       81%         0


  Arenal9       2003   24    CAD 88%    66     92%     0.3      N/A      N/A      69%         95%         67%         0          0          9        N/A       78%       17%


 Kautzner10     2003   28     CAD       63     100%   0.28      71%      2.9      50%         86%         57%         0      3.5% TIA       11       N/A       79%        7%
                                                                                   72%*
                                                                                  (more
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    11
             2003   112    CAD      64   85%   in 42%   N/A   2.4     30%        induce)       38%   0    tamponade          72        58%     78%   N/A

   de                                                         1 or
Chillou12    2002   21     CAD      66   90%    0.34    N/A    2        0          95%         57%   0        N/A            16        N/A     81%   10%


Soejima13    2002   14     CAD      65   79%    0.29    N/A   N/A     N/A          86%         71%   0          0            6         93%     71%    0
                                                                                                           9% stroke,
                                                                                                           incess VT,
 van der                                                                                                  tamponade,                  approx
 Burg14      2002   89     CAD      66   N/A    0.29    N/A   N/A     N/A          79%         N/A   2%     AV block         34        55%     73%   14%
                                                                                                           10% all
                                                                                                             minor
                                                                                                            vascular
Soejima15    2001   40     CAD      66   95%    0.29    68%   3.6      83%         83%         55%   0       access          10        63%     63%   22%
                                                                      82% of
                                                                     targeted                                  5%
  Sra16      2001   19     CAD      70   79%    0.27    89%   2.4      VTs         79%         N/A   0    tamponade          7         47%     66%   0%
                                                                                                              23%
Strickberg                                                                                                tamponade,
    er17     2000   13     CAD      71   92%    0.33    60%   N/A     54%          77%         N/A   8%     stroke           1         N/A     71%   N/A
                                                                                                           8% stroke,
                                                                                                          tamponade,
                                                                                                           AV block,
                                                                                                          Aortic valve
Calkins18    2000   146   CAD 82%   62   92%    0.31    40%    3        0         >75%         41%   3%      injury          8         66%     54%   18%

                                                                                                              7%
                                                                                                          pericarditis,
Soejima19    2004   28     DCM      54   86%    0.3     43%   2.9     64%          75%         61%   0     AV block          12        27%     64%   4%


  Hsia20     2003   19     DCM      61   79%    0.34    63%    3      N/A          N/A         74%   0        N/A            22        N/A     32%   21%

Marchlins                                      abn in
  ki21       2004   19     RVCM     47   86%    48%     N/A   3.7     84%          N/A         74%   0         0             27        N/A     84%   N/A


Satomi22     2006   17     RVCM     47   76%    N/A     29%   1.5     76%          N/A         82%   0                       26        53%     76%    0

                                                                                                             5%
 Verma23     2005   22     RVCM     41   68%    0.55    27%    3      100%        100%         95%   0    tamponade       37 median   100%     64%    0
  Milojen24     2005       11       RVCM          50      73%         0.54        N/A          1          0           73%           N/A           0             0              36          N/A     73%   1 suicide

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                2003       17       RVCM          40      65%         N/A         N/A         1.8       N/A           71%           29%           0            N/A             56         88%      52%      0

   van der                                                                                                                                                    6%
   Burg14       2002       32       RVCM         N/A       N/A        N/A         N/A        N/A        N/A           88%           N/A           0        tamponade           34          N/A     77%      0

Series from medline search for ventricular tachycardia ablation from 2000 to 2006. Series with fewer than 10 patients with an individual diagnosis and multiple overlapping series from the same
investigators are omitted.

AAD = antiarrhythmic drug; Amio = amiodarone; antiarrh = antiarrhythmic, Avg = average; CAD= coronary artery disease; DCM = dilated cardiomypathy; F/U = follow-up; mo = months; N/A = not
available; Proc = procedure; RVCM = right ventricular cardiomyopathy; TIA = transient ischemic attack
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