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What's next if cardioversion didn't work?

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Dr. Louis Grenzer answered

Specializes in Cardiology

Medicine: As a large study showed (the affirm) study, people do fine even with atrial fibrillation as long as the heart rate is controlled with drugs and anticoagulants are given if indicated.

Answered 10/1/2018

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AF Ablation & Rx: Intracardia arrythmia ablation. This procedure is done by an electrophysiologist cardiologist. And if that doesn't work the heart rate can be controlled by medication plus a blood thinner.

Answered 10/5/2018

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