The Catheter useful in the Treatment of Cardiac Defibrillators
According to a medical catheter to the heart of the best drugs to treat a type of heart rhythm disturbance affecting millions of people allegedly defibrillator fibrillation or AF is known as heart defibrillators.
The defibrillator is the most common heart rhythm that affects about 2.3 million Americans and is usually treated a variety of types of drugs in order to calm the symptoms and prevent complications such as fainting and respiratory failure.
Italian researchers from University of San Rafael Hospital in Milan compared between drug therapy and the implantation of a catheter in the left side of the heart and send radio waves to the target areas for the treatment of AF defibrillator fibrillation.
They mentioned, that they used the energy to create circular patterns of the fabric of the scars on each of the four races, where the origin of abnormal electrical activity, and prevents the fabric of the scars of the electrical impulses get out of the left upper chamber of the heart.
Also the research team made two holes in the back wall of the left upper chamber of the heart and the other near the valve separating the upper chamber and the two lower chambers.
The studies were conducted on 99 patients that 84% of the hearts was normal for nine months after making scars, compared with 23% of those who took drugs.
The researchers said that 9% of those who underwent surgery for the treatment they need because of disruption of the heart rate are irregular during the follow-up period and duration of nine months.
And they advised that the process of disarmament, to the patients with AF heart defibrillators on a high degree of training.
Other study mention that dealing with the drug "Lipitor" reduced the proportion of blood cholesterol for one week prior to heart surgery may reduce the risk of fibrillation, AF heart defibrillators after a week from surgery.
Reportedly, about 40 to 50% of patients develop a disorder of the heartbeat after they activate the valves change, which increases the risk of complications and long duration of stay in hospital.