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Be informed about Atrial Fibrillation

The greater understanding you have about Atrial Fibrillation the more you can be in control of your condition.

This website will give you an overview of Atrial Fibrillation but to find out more you can scroll through the links in this section to discover more about certain topics.

Try and be as informed as possible, and remember, it’s important to discuss any worries with your doctor as soon as you can, so make sure you keep in touch through regular appointments.

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What is Atrial Fibrillation? 

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First consultation

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What is an ablation procedure?

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My hospital stay for an ablation procedure

My recovery after an ablation procedure

My recovery after an ablation procedure

Questions to ask your doctor during your next doctor visit

Questions to ask your doctor during your next doctor visit

Patient Disease Management Tools

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My Symptom tracker

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Manual Pulse Check

Patient Questionnaires​

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Stroke Risk Questionnaire for patients

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Symptom Score Questionnaire for patients

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Quality of Life Questionnaire for patients

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Symptoms of Atrial Fibrillation

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What are the symptoms of Atrial Fibrillation?

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Watch a short video to learn more on what is feels like to have AF. Click through to learn more on what is AF and the different types of AF.

Heart in Atrial Fibrillation

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Watch this video to get a better understanding of how it feels to experience AF.

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If you think you are experiencing symptoms of AF (AFib), download your Symptom Tracker to help you manage your symptoms and share them with your doctor.

 

How does catheter ablation work?

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Catheter ablation is a minimally invasive procedure whereby a catheter is inserted through a vein and then weaved up to the heart. Controlled therapy is applied to targeted areas in the heart to address abnormal electrical signals.
Find out more on how catheter ablation works by watching this short video.
Find out more on how to stay healthy with Atrial Fibrillation.

The Heart runs on Electricity​

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The Heart runs on Electricity

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The heart is a muscle. And for this muscle to contract and pump blood to the rest of the body, it needs electricity. Watch this video to learn more.

Atrial Fibrillation

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Atrial Fibrillation

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Atrial Fibrillation, or AF, is the most common type of cardiac arrhythmia. Watch this video to learn more.

Atrial Fibrillation Catheter Ablation

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Atrial Fibrillation Catheter Ablation​

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Catheter Ablation is a procedure performed by an electropphysiologist, that uses radio frequency energy, to ablate a small area of arrhythmic heart tissue, to prevent the conduction of abnormal electric impulses which cause rapid and irregular heartbeats.​
Watch this video to learn more.

Tachycardia Catheter Ablation​

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Tachycardia Catheter Ablation​

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With the ablation catheter, the electrophysiologist creates lesions to interrupt abnormal electrical impulses to maximize the chances of keeping the heart rate to a normal rhythm.
Watch this video to learn more.

Disclaimer: The information featured here is not intended as medical advice, or to be used for medical diagnosis or treatment. Please talk to your doctor if you have any questions.

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