- Catheter ablation was successful in 74 percent of patients, meaning that they had no atrial arrhythmias between three and 12 months after the procedure.
- Post-ablation monitoring: 83 percent of patients had at least one cardiology evaluation and 86 percent had at least one electrocardiogram (ECG). However, only 60 percent of patients had the recommended serial ECGs and multiday ECG recordings to check for recurrent AF.
- Complication rates were 8 percent in-hospital and 11 percent during the one-year follow up.
Over 50% of AF Patients Become Asymptomatic After Ablation
Published on : Mon, 23 Jan 2017
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