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Live Longer―Have a Catheter Ablation! By Steve S. Ryan, PhD, September 2014 Medical breakthrough news! In a 10-year study that followed over 3,000 A-Fib patients who had a successful catheter ablation, researchers found a 60% reduction in the expected rate of cardiovascular mortality. This reduction of the risk of death from stroke and other cardiovascular …
Patients who have atrial fibrillation typically have very common risk factors for also developing coronary artery disease, such as high blood pressure or diabetes, or they're usually older in age. These risk factors are all common risk factors for developing coronary artery disease. Let me break down afib and heart attacks.
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