Non-Cardiac Surgery Can Trigger Rhythm Disorders

If you suffer serious atrial fibrillation (AFib), the good news is that a surgical procedure is one way to cure the potentially dangerous rhythms in the upper chambers atria of your heart. Ironically, in a small but significant number of patients, surgery to treat other, non-cardiac conditions actually triggers AFib. …
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