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What medical procedures can be used to correct or control atrial fibrillation?

Related Topics: Atrial Fibrillation

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When drugs do not work to correct or control atrial fibrillation, or when medications are not tolerated, a procedure may be necessary, such as: electrical cardioversion, pulmonary vein isolation, catheter ablation of the AV node, or device therapy.

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