More than 2 million Americans suffer from atrial fibrillation, or AFib, an abnormal heart rhythm that makes it difficult to efficiently pump blood throughout the body. Atrial fibrillation often causes fatigue, dizziness and breathing difficulties and can lead to more serious conditions including congestive heart failure and stroke.
Until recently, an open-heart surgical procedure was the only alternative for people unable to control the condition with medication or a pacemaker. Today, Oklahoma Heart Institute’s Advanced Center for Atrial Fibrillation is proud to offer a variety of options, including minimally-invasive and non-surgical alternatives to treat this common condition.
Comprehensive Treatment for Atrial Fibrillation
Oklahoma Heart Institute is the only hospital in Tulsa offering comprehensive treatment options for atrial fibrillation including non-surgical and minimally-invasive procedures.