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Cardiac catheterization is a nonsurgical procedure that involves guiding a catheter to your heart to help diagnose and treat several heart problems.

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Heart structure tests can measure heart chamber pressures and take x-ray pictures of the left ventricle to diagnose valve disease.

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Catheter Ablation helps lessen atrial fibrillation symptoms.

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All types of AFib can be treated with the maze procedure.

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There are several different methods to test for AFib. These methods may include an electrocardiogram, heart monitors, or echocardiograms.

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Electrical Cardioversion is a procedure that reduces AFib symptoms.

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An electrophysiology (EP) study gathers information about the electrical system in the heart to find the cause of heart rhythm problems.

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Stress tests help observe blood flow conditions to test for Atrial Fibrillation.

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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.

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