What are the effects of sugar on a child that recently underwent cardiac ablation for supraventricular tachycardia?
Nothing. Suger is not a cardiac stimulant or cause arrythmias.
Not Much. Shouldn't have any significant effects if the procedure was successful. The ablation eliminates the potential for the rhythm to develop so while you may have a more hyper child, that shouldn't translate into arrhythmia recurrence.
Yes. Good success in these 80% or high.
Yes. In the hands of a good electrophysiologists these arryhthmias ought to be cured by ablation.
Avnrt. Yes it can, success is little lower with accelerated junctional tachycardia which rarely requires ablation anyways.