After radiofrequency ablation, would traces of WPW still be visible on your ecg?

No. Usually the pr inteval returns to normal and the delta wave is no longer seen.
No. The delta wave characteristic of WPW occurs because of a direct accessory pathway connection between the atria and ventricle (short pr because of early ventricular activation). Disrupting this w ablation eliminates the delta wave.

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After doing radiofrequency ablation, would traces of WPW still be visible on your ecg?

Usually not. The rf ablation will "fry" the pre-excitation pathway which will remove the pre-excitation seen on the ecg. I would recommend speaking more with your cardiologist about your concerns. Read more...
Wpw . If an ablation for WPW is successful the classic changes of WPW should not be present. There might be changes which mimic them however produced by the ablation damage but they shouldn't be early repolarization. Read more...

After undergoing radiofrequency ablation, are traces of WPW still visible on your ecg?

Sometimes. The hallmark of WPW ECG is the " delta wave". That should disappear with successful ablation. However, sometimes we are not able to ablate the entire pathway due to proximity to other important structures in the heart, and the delta wave may reappear on ecg, but as long as you are not having a recurrence of svt, that is ok. If you get a recurrence, you may require medication or a repeat procedure. Read more...
Hope Not. If we got it, we got it. There should be no traces of the WPW (what we call delta waves) left behind. If the ablation was incomplete, the "pathway" can come back over time. Read more...

After undergoing radiofrequency ablation, would? Wpw still be visible on your ecg?

WPW. After ablation in most cases your ekg should be normal. Ther are few cases when there is still evidence of abnormal conduction on the ekg, but those are rare. Read more...