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* 1. 16-year-old with no prior history presents with a resuscitated cardiac arrest.  During you’re evaluation a stress test demonstrates clear bi-directional VT.  Would you recommend an ICD for secondary prevention?

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* 2. 16-year-old noted to have asymptomatic WPW found incidentally on an ECG. A stress test demonstrated clear sudden loss of preexcitation at a heart rate of 140 bpm, would you still recommend an EP study and possible ablation?

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* 3. 16-year-old with asymptomatic WPW was brought to the EP lab for risk stratification.  You find a left lateral accessory pathway that has both antegrade and retrograde conduction.  If the 1:1 conduction with rapid atrial pacing and SPERRI were both 300 msec on isoproterenol would you proceed with an ablation?

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* 4. 16-year-old with asymptomatic WPW was brought to the EP lab for risk stratification.  You find a left lateral accessory pathway that only has antegrade conduction but no retrograde conduction.  If the 1:1 conduction with rapid atrial pacing and SPERRI were both 300 msec on isoproterenol would you proceed with an ablation?

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* 5. 16-year-old with 40% PVC’s arising from the outflow tract without symptoms or ventricular dysfunction in the setting of a structurally normal heart. Would you recommend any treatment (either medications or ablation)?

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* 6. In the above patient (16-year-old with 40% PVC’s arising from the outflow tract without symptoms or ventricular dysfunction in the setting of a structurally normal heart), if you recommended treatment would you recommend medications or ablation as a first line therapy?

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* 7. A 12 year old 40 kg patient with congenital complete block with normal function with a structurally normal heart that you have decided to recommend a transvenous pacemaker for pauses,  would you recommend a single chamber or dual chamber pacemaker?

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