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Living with atrial fibrillation (AF)? Don't let AF slow you down. Learn more about your treatment options and get back to living life — your way.

Do You Have AF?

Atrial fibrillation, known as AF or Afib, is an irregular, rapid heart rate that may cause symptoms like heart palpitations, fatigue, and shortness of breath. AF occurs when the upper chambers of the heart (atria) beat out of rhythm. As a result, blood is not pumped efficiently to the rest of the body, causing an unusually fast heart rate, quivering, or thumping sensations in the heart.

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What is catheter ablation?

See how catheter ablation is used to treat paroxysmal atrial fibrillation (PAF).

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Catheter Ablation For Atrial Fibrillation

Discover more about the procedure and what to expect during the recovery period.

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Watch as Theo Petron discusses his journey with AF. Click below for more patient stories.

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