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KUPÓ, Péter

KUPÓ, Péter

clinical doctor

Heart Institute

Telefon: *0622

Supervisor of the following TDK topics

Supervisor: SIMOR, Tamás

Co-supervisor: Dr. KUPÓ, Péter

Myotonic dystrophy is the most common multisystemic mgenetic muscle disorder. Besides the reorganization of striped muscles, the cardiac muscle is also affected. The most common cardiac manifestations are consuction and other heart rhythm disturbances, which are caused by the changes in the heart's pacemaker and conducive systems, due to muscle reorganization. In the course of our research we aim to investigate the role of invasive electrophysiological examination in the cardiologic risk evaluation in myotonic dystrophy.

Supervisor: KUPÓ, Péter

Co-supervisor: Dr. FŐDI, Eszter

Zero-fluoroscopic ablation techniques – have been able to use since september of 2017 in Pécs - reduce the harmful effects of ionizing radiation during electrophysiology procedures. We aimed to test the efficiency and safety of a zero-fluoroscopic strategy using 3D electroanatomic mapping system for diagnostics and radiofrequency ablation of supraventricular tachycardias (SVT) in a retrospective study.

Supervisor: SIMOR, Tamás

Co-supervisor: Dr. KUPÓ, Péter

Lately the intracardiac echocardiography guided technique has become widely available besides conventional fluoroscopy guided technique for radiofrequency cavotricuspidal isthmus catheterablation. In the course of our research the procedures performed by these two different methods will be compared and analyzed.

Supervisor: SIMOR, Tamás

Co-supervisor: Dr. KUPÓ, Péter

The number of transcatheter ablation procedures for atrial fibrillation grows year by year in Hungary. During the procedure pulmonary vein isolation is performed. Lately the cryoballoon technique has became widespread available besides radiofrequency ablation. In our research the procedures performed by these two different methods will be compared and analyzed.