Cardiac ablation is a procedure that allows to solve problems in the heart rhythm (tachycardias or arrhythmias), by means of an intervention using a catheter. Cardiac arrhythmias occur when there is an alteration in the normal electrical activation of the heart, creating a disorder in the natural heart rhythm. Cardiac ablation aims to
Did you know that atrial fibrillation affects more than a million of Spanish people over 40 years old? If you are part of this group of people diagnosed with this type of arrhythmia, you may have a flood of doubts about your disease, such as what should you eat if you have an arrhythmia.
Stroke is a cerebrovascular disease that ranks as the leading cause of disability in adults in Western countries. According to data from the Spanish Neurology Society (SEN), 40% of stroke cases cause sequelae in those affected that disable them to carry out daily activities. Currently, great medical advances have been achieved, both in the
There are many doubts that arise when diagnosing atrial fibrillation. This type of arrhythmia can generate concern and, in some cases, fear. In this second part of the Rithmi Expert Corner, we want to help to solve some of these doubts, in a very interesting talk with Doctor Joaquín Oscà. Dr. Joaquín