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The Better.

Atrial fibrillation (AFib) is a progressive disease and, if left untreated, may worsen over time leading to increased risk of stroke and heart complications. Earlier treatment with cardiac catheter ablation may result in better outcomes, reduced symptoms, and improved quality of life.

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Normal Heartbeat

Flow of electrical signals in a normal heartbeat

Heart showing erratic atrial fibrillation signals accompanied by an ECG readout

Atrial Fibrillation

Atrial fibrillation with abnormal signals originating in the atria

Your First Defense

The Medtronic cryoballoon is the first and only FDA-approved cardiac ablation device to treat AFib prior to trying antiarrhythmic drugs (AADs) to control your heart rhythm.

This safe, minimally invasive procedure has been used to treat nearly 1 million patients worldwide. 

Talk to your doctor about whether Medtronic cryoablation is right for you prior to trying AADs.

Risks may include: stroke, unintended tissue damage, creation of other heart arrhythmias, and death.

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Managing AFib Can Be Hard

An AFib diagnosis can be overwhelming and comes with a lot of questions, such as causes, symptoms, and treatment options. Learn more about AFib and what you can do to take back your life.

Learn About AFib

Watch this video to learn more about AFib and its symptoms.

Catheter Ablation For Atrial Fibrillation

Understand more about the cryoablation procedure and what to expect.

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Watch as Dennis shares his journey with AFib and experience with cryoablation.

How Do I Manage My AFib?

If you have AFib, cardiac monitoring may be necessary to determine how often it occurs. Learn about options for monitoring your atrial fibrillation.

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It is important for you to get the right answers to your questions about your procedure. Talk to your doctor if you have questions, or contact Medtronic Patient Services.

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Information on this site should not be used as a substitute for talking with your doctor. Always talk with your doctor about diagnosis and treatment information.