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Cardiac ablation: What to expect

Cardiac ablation or catheter ablation is a common minimally invasive procedure to treat irregular heartbeats, known as arrhythmias.

Zero radiation cardiac ablationOn the left, Sunnybrook staff hold the Biosense Webster award. To the right, the Biosense Webster award.

Sunnybrook is committed to minimizing radiation exposure during catheter ablation procedures and currently performs zero radiation ablation procedures for all types of arrhythmia mechanisms.

This video explains the cardiac ablation procedure process at Sunnybrook. It also explains important discharge and aftercare instructions. 

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