Quote From Post Graduate Medical Journal: “In the older patient, bradyarrhythmias caused by sinus node dysfunction or conduction system disease are important causes of syncope. Sick sinus syndrome denotes a complicated rhythm disturbance involving impaired sinoatrial impulse formation or conduction. In patients with sick sinus syndrome, around 50% or more have the bradycardia-tachycardia syndrome, usually [More]
Dr. Rajat Deo, a cardiovascular medicine doctor at Penn Heart and Vascular, discusses how new and better drugs will be replacing Coumadin to help atrial fibrillation patients avoid strokes. These drugs have fewer side effects and less of a need for careful monitoring. Learn more about the services at Penn Heart and Vascular: View Dr. [More]
Drs. Wes Fisher and Jose Nazari discuss the atrial fibrillation ablation procedure. To learn more about Atrial Fibrillation, visit
Live complete case of atrial fibrillation ablationby Dr. Wilber Su at Banner-University Medical Center in Phoenix Arizona with a group a observing experience electrophysiologist to learn and refine techniques of cryoballoon ablation. Live discussion and demonstration of the atrial fibrillation ablation. Complete atrial fibrillation using cryoballoon ablation second generation Arctic Front Advance. High-lighting the use [More]
Educational video about the catheter ablation surgery. Here’s what happens when you are under…@#$%&@#! I’am glad I was knocked cold!!
If you're experiencing an unexplainable, unusual, irregular or fast heartbeat, it's important to contact your doctor. You could be suffering from atrial fibrillation, one of the most common heart disorders.
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When I first put this report together I thought the “For Dummies” slant might be a fun way to format the eBook. Then I realized – there is nothing “funny” about Atrial Fibrillation. I have had Afib for years maybe. It was my first and only major health crisis and I guess I needed to [More]
Many people who have AFib suffer from episodes brought on by a specific trigger. Recognizing triggers and avoiding them can help you manage atrial fibrillation effectively.
I can still remember the “shock” I felt when my doctor said my symptoms where caused by Afib. I thought I had everything from heart failure to liver problems to ???? I was sick and tired of being sick and tired as they say. The mental and emotional panic that sets in with Atrial Fibrillation [More]
Dr. Squitieri discusses symptoms and treatment of Atrial Fibrillation.
Atrial Fibrillation is the most common abnormal heart rhythm affecting nearly 1.7 million Americans. Alexander Wohler, MD, FACS, Cardiothoracic Surgery, St. …
Pradaxa Alert! – Is Pradaxa worth it? After my 2nd ablation my Afib has gone into remission! My electrophysiologist however has put me on Pradaxa. I ran my Chads score and took myself OFF PRADAXA… I Pays to be proactive in your own treatment – Guess Why…Pradaxa Bleeding Deaths www.youblawg.com4/14/12 A new report released by the Food and Drug [More]
My Atrial fibrillation seems to be slowly fading away. I had my ablation on 2/18/2010 and my one year anniversary is behind me. I do not know if the heart damage – the burning – from the ablation took longer to heal or maybe my heart is now “re-modeling” back to a more stable state. [More]
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