Cardiac catheterization is a nonsurgical procedure that involves guiding a catheter to your heart to help diagnose and treat several heart problems.
Heart structure tests can measure heart chamber pressures and take x-ray pictures of the left ventricle to diagnose valve disease.
Catheter Ablation helps lessen atrial fibrillation symptoms.
All types of AFib can be treated with the maze procedure.
There are several different methods to test for AFib. These methods may include an electrocardiogram, heart monitors, or echocardiograms.
Electrical Cardioversion is a procedure that reduces AFib symptoms.
An electrophysiology (EP) study gathers information about the electrical system in the heart to find the cause of heart rhythm problems.
Stress tests help observe blood flow conditions to test for Atrial Fibrillation.
The Watchman, or the left atrial appendage closure implant, is the size of a quarter & closes off this part of the heart where blood clots are formed.