Options for Treating Complex Atrial Fibrillation

When this common arrhythmia does not respond to conventional therapy, advanced treatments are available.


At any given time 6 million or more Americans have atrial fibrillation (Afib), a form of arrhythmia that causes the heart to race or beat irregularly. In Afib, the upper and lower chambers of the heart fail to contract in sync.

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