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What are the Treatment Options for AFib? Part 2, Surgery

May 13, 2019

While AFib or atrial fibrillation can be a serious condition, often it does not cause problems and, in some cases, individuals may not even know they have it. More than two million people in the US have AFib, and many of these cases do not require medical attention. Sometimes, however, when the ‘chest fluttering’ is … Continue reading “What are the Treatment Options for AFib? Part 2, Surgery”

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What are My Treatment Options for Afib?

January 25, 2019

When you suffer from afib, the available treatment options can be confusing or, even, overwhelming. Fortunately, you can have confidence in top atrial fibrillation physicians like Houston’s top electrophysiologists, Dr, Shanti Bansal who will guide any treatment plan you may require. Nevertheless, knowing what treatments are available and what might be involved helps you work … Continue reading “What are My Treatment Options for Afib?”

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What is a Watchman Device?

June 14, 2018

According to the National Institute of Health, afib is the most common form of heart arrhythmia in the US affecting approximately six million individuals. There are many treatments for afib; options to control both heart rates and heart rhythms. These options include heart rate control and anti-arrhythmic medications as well as atrial ablations, a surgical … Continue reading “What is a Watchman Device?”

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What are the Treatment Options for AFib? Part 3, Post Treatment Care

May 14, 2018

The overall objective of managing AFib is control of the heart’s rate and rhythm and prevention of blood coagulation in the system which could lead to stroke. In some cases, a conservative medical approach may be applied using medications. These fall into two categories; (1) Use of anti-arrhythmic drugs designed to promote a steady and … Continue reading “What are the Treatment Options for AFib? Part 3, Post Treatment Care”

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What are the Treatment Options for AFib? Part 2, Surgery

While AFib or atrial fibrillation can be a serious condition, often it does not cause problems and, in some cases, individuals may not even know they have it. More than two million people in the US have AFib, and many of these cases do not require medical attention. Sometimes, however, when the ‘chest fluttering’ is … Continue reading “What are the Treatment Options for AFib? Part 2, Surgery”

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What are the Treatment Options for AFib? Part 1, Medications

Atrial fibrillation (AFib) is the most common form of arrhythmia. According to the CDC, an estimated 2.7 to 6.1 million people in the US suffer from AFib, and that number is expected to grow as the population ages in the coming decades. The Center also estimates that 750,000 hospital stays per year are a result … Continue reading “What are the Treatment Options for AFib? Part 1, Medications”

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