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Intracardiac recordings of a His bundle recorded from the right (R HIS d,2) simultaneously with a left-sided recording (L HIS d,2) via the standard femoral technique and the retrograde arterial technique from just under the aortic valve. Complications of Left Ventricular Studies Left ventricular studies have additional complications, including strokes, systemic emboli, and protamine reactions during reversal of heparinization. These are standard complications of any left heart catheterization. Loss of pulse and arterial fistulas may also occur, but with care and attention, the total complication rate should be less than 1%.
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17 appears between them, representing the His bundle electrogram (Fig. 1-20). The most proximal pair of electrodes displaying the His bundle electrograms should be chosen; it cannot be overemphasized that a large atrial electrogram should accompany the recording of the proximal His bundle potential. The initial portion of the His bundle originates in the membranous atrial septum, and recordings that do not display a prominent atrial electrogram may be recording more distal His bundle or bundle branch potentials and therefore miss important intra-His bundle disease.