Candidates for ablation for symptomatic atrial fibrillation who have morbid obesity should be considered for bariatric surgery prior to ablation, a new study suggests.
Several innovative techniques addressing BPH have ushered in a new era of patient-friendly treatments with potential for fewer side effects. Urologists continue to refine them.
More than 5,000 patients came to Cleveland Clinic from all over the world for electrophysiology lab procedures in 2015. This two-minute video shares a few reasons why.
GNRFA is a suitable management option for a subset of patients with inadequate response to more conservative modalities and even for those with postsurgical refractory knee pain.
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A new analysis of 1,241 patients undergoing ablation for persistent afib reveals for the first time just how important the diagnosis-to-ablation time interval can be. A study author discusses the findings.
Cleveland Clinic researchers find catheter ablation improves outcomes and quality of life in atrial fibrillation patients when performed sooner and may replace medications as a first-line treatment.