Part of cardiac resynchronization therapy, this procedure optimizes the settings for an implanted biventricular defibrillator.

An electrophysiology study evaluates your heart’s electrical system and helps your doctor diagnose any abnormal heart rhythms you may have experienced or be at risk of experiencing. The procedure is performed in the hospital, with sedation, and may require an overnight stay.

This small device, about the size of a business card, is a battery-powered device placed under the skin that keeps track of your heart rate. During the procedure, the ICD is implanted just below the collarbone. Thin wires connected to the ICD are threaded through a vein and into the heart. If you develop an abnormally rapid, dangerous heartbeat the ICD will shock your heart back to a normal rhythm. ICDs also contain pacemakers that treat slow heart rhythms.

This very small wireless monitor is implanted just beneath the skin on your chest. It automatically records the electrical signals of your heart and transmits them to your doctor, helping him diagnose syncopal (fainting) episodes and develop a treatment plan.

This procedure uses radiofrequency energy to treat abnormal heartbeats and restore your heart’s regular rhythm. By inserting electrode catheters through an artery  and into your heart, the doctor can locate and destroy the area that is sending extra electrical signals and causing your arrhythmia.

This procedure is performed at the hospital, with sedation, and may require an overnight stay.

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