Heart rhythm problems, also knoen as heart arrhythmias are caused by electrical impulses that control your heartbeats not working properly.Read More
If your heart rate is too slow, a pacemaker can help speed it up. A defibrillator will help correct a rapid, dangerous rhythm.Read More
Congestive heart disease, commonly known as heart failure, happens to be a condition in which the heart muscle fails to pump blood as efficiently.Read More
Revascularization is simply the process of restoring blood flow to the heart and other organs after they have been blocked by cholesterol plaque.Read More
Interventional cardiology is a medical discipline that combines a deep understanding of cardiology and internal medicineRead More
Cardiac ElectroPhysiology is the science of diagnosing, treating, and explaining the heart's electrical activity.Read More
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A cardiac EP is a healthcare provider that treats problems with heart rhythm. A cardiac E.P. can be described as a type of cardiologist.
It is not surprising that the training required for interventional cardiologists is extensive. This makes it difficult to end one's career as a professional interventionist.
Heart rhythm problems, also knoen as heart arrhythmias are caused by electrical impulses that control your heartbeats not working properly.
If your heart rate is irregular or slow, a pacemaker or defibrillator will regulate it. It can also improve your heart pumping ability if you have a heart condition.
High blood pressure and narrowed arteries (coronary disease) can cause your heart to become weaker or stiffer over time.
Revascularization is simply the process of restoring blood flow to the heart and other organs after they have been blocked by cholesterol plaque.
Atrial fibrillation (AF) is the most common heart rhythm disturbance, affecting at least 5 per cent of the national population. It increases in prevalence with age with at least 10 per cent of people more than 60 years old.
It is important for two main reasons:
1. AF directly causes a quarter of all strokes (paralysis)
2. AF can cause debilitating symptoms like shortness of breath, palpitations, chest pain.
In some patients, atrial fibrillation is a potentially reversible cause of heart failure. Early detection is therefore key to permit effective stroke prevention, to control symptoms associated with AF and to promote healthy heart function. Treatment for AF can be very successful if caught early with procedures such as ablation, cardioversion and medication.
Catheter ablation is a minimally invasive procedure with the goal of eliminating the cause of AF in a given patient. In expert hands, catheter ablation is an effective treatment for patients with most forms of AF but is most effective for the elimination of paroxysmal (ie., episodic AF). Ablation therapy requires a team approach and your choice of specialist and team is key to achieving the best outcome for you.
To discuss atrial fibrillation with the expert at The Heart Rhythm Clinic, call 7014758991.
Vasovagal syncope (fainting) is the most common cause of transient loss of consciousness. The condition is due to an exaggerated neurological reflex of the autonomic (involuntary) nervous system which controls multiple organs including the heart and blood vessels. This reflex causes a slowing heart rate and a reduction in blood pressure. This combination causes a temporary reduction or cessation of blood flow to the brain thus causing near or complete loss of consciousness.
Vasovagal syncope is not dangerous but it is improtant to exclude rare and sinister causes which may require specialist treatment. Consultation with one of our specialists is particularly valuable if symptoms are frequent, debilitating, occur without warning, cause injury, if they manifest after the age of 40 or if associated within a family history.
Call The Heart Rhythm Clinic on 7014758991 to learn more.
You may have noticed there are times when your heart beats much faster than you expect. There may be a number of possible reasons for this, but a common answer is when the heart rhythm itself is abnormal. Normally patients with heart rhythm disorders associated with fast palpitations complain of the problem starting and stopping abruptly. Symptoms experienced during this time can include dizziness, tightness in the throat, chest pain, feeling short of breath and, in rare instances, collapsing. Episodes of fast palpitations may last for seconds, minutes or hours. There are a number of specific causes of fast palpitations and you may have been told you have supraventricular tachycardia, also referred to as SVT, atrial fibrillation, Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome, atrial tachycardia or atrial flutter, or ventricular tachycardia.
If episodes of tachycardia occur repeatedly, an operation called catheter ablation is the recommended treatment option. This prevents further episodes of tachycardia by destroying the tiny parts of the heart causing problems in the heart's electrical system. This is a safe and highly effective treatment and means you no longer need to take medication.
To learn more about these symptoms or to make an appointment, please call The Heart Rhythm Clinic at 7014758991 .
You may have noticed there are times when your heart beats much slower than you expect. If you take your pulse it will be less than 60 beats a minute. There may be a number of possible reasons for this, but a common problem is when the heart rhythm itself is abnormal. Normally patients with heart rhythm disorders associated with slow palpitations complain of tiredness, lack of energy, shortness of breath and dizziness.
Some patients may have collapsed or experienced a blackout. Your GP may have said you have a heart block or require a pacemaker. There are several types of pacemakers, and the most appropriate type will be chosen for you. Only the latest pacemakers are used from a number of different manufacturers to provide you with the most suitable device.
Call 7014758991 to discuss options with The Heart Rhythm Clinic consultant.