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Cardiac Ablation Dayton, OH

Cardiac ablations are typically performed to address arrhythmias. A cardiac ablation scars or destroys tissue in the heart to eliminate abnormal heart rhythm. A cardiac ablation prevents abnormal electrical impulses from reaching the heart, therefore distributing the arrhythmia.

Common Types of Arrhythmias:

  • Atrial Fibrillation
  • Atrial Flutter
  • Ventricular Tachycardia

Traditionally an electrophysiologist performing a cardiac ablation would use long, flexible tubes that are inserted through a vein or artery in the groin deliver RF (heat) or Cryo (cold) energy to isolate the abnormal electrical signals. The type of energy delivered is dependent on the kind of abnormal heart rhythm a patient is diagnosed with.

When medication is not effective enough to keep the arrhythmia at bay, a cardiologist may suggest a cardiac ablation. A cardiac ablation is performed to restore the heart to a normal healthy rhythm.

Stereotaxis: Robotic Magnetic Navigation

Stereotaxis, Robotic Magnetic NavigationAt Buckeye Heart & Vascular Institute we are committed to providing our patients with the latest, most innovative technology. As an alternative to traditional ablations procedures, we have introduced the Stereotaxis Robotic Magnetic Navigation System to allow for safer, more effective cardiac ablation procedures.

The Stereotaxis Robotic Magnetic Navigation System allows for more precise, safer, and effective catheter positioning. An electrophysiologist operates two magnets to carefully guide the catheters through the appropriate pathways. With computer guidance and magnetic catheters, electrophysiologist is able to safely and more efficiently perform the traditional ablation procedure. Using the robotic magnetic navigation to perform cardiac ablation reduces the amount of radiation patients are exposed to.

The Stereotaxis Robotic Magnetic Navigation System can be used to address various heart rhythm concerns such as atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter, and tachycardia. With advanced robotic magnetic navigation, doctors are able to treat a wider range of heart rhythm problems.

Visit Buckeye Heart & Vascular Institute

Buckeye Heart and Vascular Institute logo Buckeye Heart & Vascular Institute is a state of the art heart and vascular testing and imaging facility in Dayton, OH. Our team of board-certified cardiologists and physicians are committed to helping each of our patients receive the diagnostic testing and procedures they need to improve their heart and vascular health. We offer a full range of services for patients with heart rhythm problems. To learn more, visit one of our convenient testing and imaging facilities.