When a patient experiencing heart arrhythmias arrives in our practice, UT Medicine specialists take a thorough medical history and order all the non invasive cardiac testing necessary to determine a correct diagnosis. These diagnostic tests could include an ultrasound of the heart (echocardiogram), an electrocardiogram (EKG) and an at-home monitor called a Holter monitor.
If an atrial fibrillation diagnosis is confirmed, our cardiologists quickly take action in creating a personalized treatment plan to achieve the best possible outcome using the least invasive procedure possible.
UT Medicine patients benefit from an advanced hybrid treatment method which combines catheter ablation treatment and minimally invasive cardiac procedures all within the same room — without moving the patient. This method has been proven successful at healing atrial fibrillation in up to 90 percent of cases.
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