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Atrial Fibrillation Signs & Symptoms

More than 2.2 million people worldwide suffer from atrial fibrillation (AFib), an irregular and often rapid heart rate that results in poor blood flow to the body. AFib is characterized by a few common symptoms:

Shortness of Breath
Weakness or Problems Exercising
Chest Pain
Dizziness or Fainting
Fatigue
Heart Palpitations

People with AFib have a 5x Greater risk of stroke.

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Why Atrial Fibrillation Center Of America

Exceptional Care for the Rhythm of your Heart

At Atrial Fibrillation Center Of America, we deliver the highest quality of cardiovascular care for our patients. We serve as an advocate for patient needs and to provide unyielding support to Cardiologist and primary care physician.

Atrial Fibrillation Center Of America offers the highest quality in electrophysiology diagnostic and treatment services focusing on the evaluation and management of the individual patient with an emphasis on concern, communication, and quality while never forgetting the importance of the relationship between the patient and physician.

Experienced team of Electrophysiologist to manage your Heart Rhythm

Doctors at Atrial Fibrillation Center Of America use findings from medical and family histories, a physical exam and laboratory tests and procedures to make a diagnosis. An electrocardiogram (EKG) may also be required to detect AFIb. Physicians at Atrial Fibrillation Center Of America also have pioneered a nonsurgical procedure that provides long-term protection against stroke in patients with atrial fibrillation.

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Treatment Options of Atrial Fibrillation

Available at Atrial Fibrillation Center Of America

Treatment depends on the frequency of symptoms, the severity of the symptoms and history of heart disease in your family. Generally, medication is the first step. Drugs can be used to control the rate or rhythm of the heartbeat and to prevent or treat blood clots. Cardiologists can also use the following procedures to restore normal heart rhythm.

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