Harvard Heart Letter

A no-surgery fix for atrial fibrillation?

Catheter ablation has emerged as a potential treatment for atrial fibrillation, but about half of those who have the procedure need a follow-up, it is not known if the treatment is permanent, and there can be serious side effects.

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