Larry A. Chinitz M.D.
Cardiac Electrophysiologist | Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology550 1st Ave New York NY, 10016
Larry Chinitz MD is cardiovascular disease specialist and clinical cardiac electrophysiologist licensed to practice medicine in New York with specialities in cardiovascular disease and clinical cardiac ...
Education and Training
New York Univ Sch of Med, New York Ny 1979
Internal MedicineAmerican Board of Internal MedicineABIM- Cardiovascular Disease
Expert PublicationsData provided by the National Library of Medicine
- Amiodarone inhibits cardiac ATP-sensitive potassium channels.
- Cardiac vein angioplasty for biventricular pacing.
- Why a sawtooth? Inferences on the generation of the flutter wave during typical atrial flutter drawn from radiofrequency ablation.
- Percutaneous treatment of the superior vena cava syndrome via an excimer laser sheath in a patient with a single chamber atrial pacemaker.
- The effect of transvenous pacemaker and implantable cardioverter defibrillator lead placement on tricuspid valve function: an observational study.
- Standardization and validation of an automated algorithm to identify fractionation as a guide for atrial fibrillation ablation.
- Contact sensing provides a highly accurate means to titrate radiofrequency ablation lesion depth.
- Narrow complex tachycardia with cycle length variability--what is the mechanism?
- Right-sided implantation and subpectoral position are predisposing factors for fracture of a 6.6 French ICD lead.
- Spinal cord stimulation protects against atrial fibrillation induced by tachypacing.
- Clinical considerations for allied professionals: optimizing outcomes: surgical incision techniques and wound care in device implantation.
- Use of a lateral infraclavicular puncture to obtain proximal venous access with occluded subclavian/axillary venous systems for cardiac rhythm devices.
- Triple alternans during a tachycardia--what is the mechanism?
- Preexcitation on surface ECG: where is the accessory pathway?
- Genetically engineered SCN5A mutant pig hearts exhibit conduction defects and arrhythmias.
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- Reasons Why You Would Need an Ablation
What is catheter ablation?This is a surgical procedure that is used to correct heart irregularities. It involves the use of radio frequency energy to get rid of the heart tissues that cause irregular and rapid heartbeats. It can also be referred to as radio frequency ablation, and it has proved to...
- What Is an Arrhythmia?
An arrhythmia is the violations of the frequency, rhythm, and sequence of heart contractions.Why do arrythmias occur?...
- Heart Palpitations: When Is It a Sign of Something Serious?
Heart palpitations, although it feels like a scary experience, are not always a sign of something serious. These palpitations are harmless but there are some instances when it could be a signal to a serious heart disease, especially if it is associated with other symptoms. This article explains...
- What Is a Bubble Study?
What is a bubble study?A bubble study is a type of echocardiogram, which is the ultrasound of the heart. An echocardiogram is done to visualize the heart and its surrounding areas. Better images of the heart can be produced when a “contrast” is used during the echocardiogram. In a bubble study,...
- Heart Palpitations: What Is It and What Are the Causes?
Our heart rate is automatically controlled by the autonomic nervous system (ANS) that has two divisions: sympathetic and parasympathetic. The part of the ANS that is responsible for raising a person’s heart rate through the sympathetic plexus is the sympathetic division. The parasympathetic...
- Who Should You Call If You Have Congestive Heart Failure?
Heart failure should be treated early. With the right treatment, your life expectancy can be increased. Patients observing any of the symptoms related to congestive heart failure should never wait for the regular appointment dates. Instead, they should consult your doctor in no time to avoid further...
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