Review Your Experience. The physicians at Atrial Fibrillation Center Of America pride themselves as being advocates for patient needs and have established their practice as an example of the highest quality arrhythmia care available. Our mission is to develop strong patient-doctor clinical relationships to be able to deliver the best possible personalized care. We believe our patient services are the finest available and offer the following.
In a city with the medical reputation of Houston, it’s an extraordinary accomplishment for a doctor to rise to the top of his field to become one of the foremost electrophysiologists in the country. Dr. Shanti Bansal has achieved this recognition and more. His academic background is exceptional and includes a residency at the University of Chicago plus a Nuclear Cardiology and Electrophysiology Fellowship at Yale-New Haven Medical Hospital. In addition, Dr. Bansal also completed advanced studies in ablation techniques and associated devices at the Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. Further, Dr. Bansal is Board Certified in four specialties: Internal Medicine, Cardiology, Nuclear Cardiology, and Electrophysiology. Afib can range from very mild to severe. In fact, in some cases individuals with afib may not even be aware they have the condition, and, over time, the afib might even disappear by itself. Nevertheless, in most cases, afib is noticeable and is a serious disease that should be diagnosed, treated and managed by trained professionals. An irregular heartbeat fails to deliver adequate blood to your body causing a variety of symptoms. In addition, the quivering of a heart can lead to pooling of blood in the heart’s left atrial appendage resulting in clotting and, potentially, strokes. Fortunately, there are many good, effective therapies available to moderate and control the disease. The overall objectives of afib treatments are the management of the heart’s rhythm and heart rate as well as a reduction in stroke risk. This is most often accomplished through medications, therapeutic procedures, and minimally invasive surgery. Below are some of the most common tools used to regulate heart rhythms and restore normal heart function.
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