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Pvc Ablation Procedure
PVC ablation: Hi, Yes if the PVCs are frequent and causing symptoms and decrease the quality of the life after a comprehensive evaluation including ECG, holter monitoring, TTE and possible Cardiac MRI, ablation could be considered as it's very safe and outcome is great, they map the heart to find the foci of the PVCs and then they ablate them, consult an EP doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ablation: Hi, i think I answer your question last night, PVCs could cause dizziness, syncope and decrease quality of life and also decrease heart functionality, if the patient doesn't respond to medical management or the patient cannot tolerate medication then Ablation is offered which is very safe and treat the focus in heart that creates the PVCs and therefore improves the symptoms, quality of life and ...Read more
How likely is it that a pvc ablation will be successful when you are having about 3,000 PVCS a day? Is that level of PVCS dangerous?
3000 PVC's per day: equates to a frequency of about 4% PVC's. This has the potential for development of a Cardiomyopathy. With mapping and experience an EP MD should easily be able to target the source and ablate the PVCs without complication. Drug therapy could also be useful but associated with side effects. Discuss the pro's and cons with your Cardiologist and ask for referral to an EP for a learned opinion. ...Read more
Looking to get an ablation done for my PVCs. However I am concerned that my RHR could be a problem for anesthesia. My average RHR is 48 to 60. Issue?
Not a problem: The anesthesia required is a sedative one and even if general was required a HR in that range would not be a concern. If you are very active ( ie run etc) let the anesthesiologist know that. We have athletes all the time with RHR of 40. Also if needed we have medications to increase the rate should it be needed. Best of luck ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Doubtful: Pvcs can be normal, or marker for more serious disorder. Since they are multifocal, very unlikely to be able to find a location to ablate. If the heart is structurally normal, no coronary disease, electrolytes normal, and no drug influence, they may be ok as is. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Considering ablation at Mayo for frequent pvcs/pacs/pjcs. Could you tell me any long term consequences as a result? I know the acute risk such as clot
Just felt a string of strong heartbeats that were a little faster than normal- like
beat beat BEATBEATBEATBEAT beat beat- could it be nsvt? I had PVCs and needed an ablation for them but this was different - no sensation of a skipped beat.
Possibly, but...: Given your history of irregular heart rhythm requiring ablation, I would advise follow up with your heart specialist or PCP should this continue.Especially if it becomes longer or more frequent or you experience lightheadedness or chest pain. Irregular beats are not uncommon, and can be precipitated by stress, alcohol, caffeine, infection, etc. Simply coughing can sometimes break them. Needs eval. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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