Catheter ablation information and locations in Mexico

Catheter ablation is a procedure that uses radiofrequency energy to correct heart rhythm conditions (arrhythmias). Doctors used a catheter inserted on a vein to create small scars inside the heart.
This procedure can be done under general anesthesia. Specialists create small incisions on the groin, neck, or arm to insert 3 or 4 catheters into the arteries to reach the heart. The catheters have electrodes on their tips that produce mild radiofrequency heat energy, this will destroy the muscle cells responsible for the abnormal electrical signals.
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Benefits
Save up to 71.8%
Minimally invasive procedure
Can reduce the need for other surgeries
Improves quality of life
High success rates
Includes
Biocompatible stent graft
Catheter ablation
Procedure: 4 hrs.
Hospital stay: 2 hrs.
Cleared to fly: 2 - 5 days
After surgery
Out of town patients’ follow-ups can be scheduled with the cardiovascular surgeon face-to-face or virtually. Patients are clear for flying after 2 - 5 days from the catheter ablation.
Note: See with the specialist what follow-up or postoperative care you need to take with a primary care physician, or specialist in your home city, regarding sutures or medication adjustments after the procedure.
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Guadalajara, Jal.
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Catheter ablation frequent questions

Get answers to our most frequently asked questions and what to expect after the surgery.
Am I a candidate for catheter ablation?
Candidates for surgery are usually experiencing symptoms of arrhythmia, and abnormal heartbeat.
Will the procedure be painful?
Doctors use general anesthesia so you don’t feel pain. You could feel some pressure around the area where the specialist is working.
How do I prepare for the procedure?
Your specialist will perform an examination to learn about your medical history. You will be asked to stop eating and taking medication the midnight before the procedure.
What happens after the procedure?
You’ll be taken to a recovery room right after the catheters are removed. You’ll be under observation, and depending on your condition you could go home after 6 hours or spend a night at the hospital. We recommend you speak with your specialist to learn how long will your recovery be.
How long will recovery take?
Specialists usually recommend spending about 3 weeks off of work, and some patients need to take blood thinners for 3 months.

Disclaimer: This information does not reflect the medical advice from our clinics. All cases are different and this treatment may not suit you. Always refer to a medical professional with the certification and experience. All of our physicians are fully qualified to perform these procedures. For more information and diagnosis contact one of our top specialized clinics.

In all medical procedures, there are chances of complications, the specialist will provide you detailed information about the risks of the procedure, talk to the specialist directly.