EsoSure, afib complication, patient afib information, patient catheter ablation,

Waiting for a scheduled procedure can be nerve wracking at best.  Especially if it is a complex procedure or one which you know little about.  If you have been diagnosed with Atrial Fibrillation, been treated unsuccessfully with drugs and cardioversions and your physician has recommended an Atrial Fibrillation ablation you are not alone. 


We estimate that up to 8,000 AFib ablations occur every month in the U.S.  Due to the increasing number of patients in need of this procedure, there has been a growing amount of information created for the layperson. 


This page contains resources for you to learn more about Atrial Fibrillation and how it may be treated.  The links and videos on the page are for informational purposes only and do not equal endorsements of anytype. 

We wish you a fibrillation free life.

Have you been diagnosed with Atrial Fibrillation or scheduled for an AF Ablation?

AFib Information for Patients


Atrial Fibrillation Resources for Patients - Great resource by nonmedical Ph.D., Steve Ryan, who after facing AF himself has dedicated himself to educating others.  Includes a detailed section on how to choose the doctor to do your AF Ablation.


AFIB MATTERS - Comprehensive website about Atrial Fibrillation


American Heart Association AFib


Three tips to prevent or reverse atrial fibrillation - Practical things you can do!


Midwest Heart Rhythm 


StopAfib - Atrial fibrillation information for those living with afib - for patients by patients.


Heart Rhythm Society - Patient Resources


Atrial Fibrillation Overview


NewLifeOutlook - AFib supportive community.


2015 Atrial Fibrillation Patient Conference: Overview of AFib


Atrial Fibrillation Ablation – Preparation & Procedure


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