Can I Get Recovered from AFib Ablation Treatment?

There are two types of AFibi ablation – catheter ablation and maze procedure.

Catheter ablation is a nonsurgical way to treat AFib. A catheter (a long flexible tube) is inserted into a blood vessel. While in a surgical ablation for AFib (also called maze procedure), you have to take greater risk. Both the two types can get you recovered from AFib.


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