Atrial Fibrillation (A-fib): Ablation Surgery May Be More Powerful Than Tablets

Atrial fibrillation (A-fib) is a cardiovascular condition that causes irregular and regularly fast heartbeats.

Episodes of traumatic atrial inflammation tend to increase in duration and frequency over the years

and disease progression is associated with a higher probability of adverse cardiovascular events.

Treatments for traumatic atrial inflammation include antiarrhythmic medications and catheter ablation

A recent randomized clinical trial showed that the use of cryoballoon ablation, a type of catheter ablation

 as initial treatment is associated with a lower rate of atrial fibrillation progression than antiarrhythmic tablets.

Studies suggest that about 1 to 2%, depending on the source of people in the United States, have atrial fibrillation (A-fib).

Atrial fibrillation can become more severe over the years, progressing from rapid episodes to more continuous forms characterized by longer 

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