In this issue of HeartRhythm, Hu et al1 present an interesting article strengthening the importance of ablation of the area overlapping the right anterior ganglionated plexus (GP) as a primary target for cardioneuroablation (CNA).

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In this issue of HeartRhythm, Hu et al1 present an interesting article strengthening the importance of ablation of the area overlapping the right anterior ganglionated plexus (GP) as a primary target for cardioneuroablation (CNA).2 The study is remarkable because it confirms the initial publication, emphasizing the finding with a noteworthy cohort of 115 patients with vasovagal syncope, followed by 21.4 ± 13.1 months. One hundred six patients (92.2%) had no more syncope. The authors endorsed that ablation of the right anterior GP persistently increases the heart rate, reinforcing the idea that CNA promotes permanent therapeutic vagal attenuation.

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