Take the power of your health and peace of mind into your own hands—literally. Wearable tech, including some of your favorite smartwatches, are available to purchase. Studies are showing that these devices effectively detect AFib through your pulse and can provide a snapshot of your pulse or heartbeat to check in on.
As always, nothing should ever take the place of your care team. Talk to your doctor when you have questions or worsening symptoms and make sure to schedule regular check-ins.
What may follow-ups look like?
After your cardiac ablation procedure, you may wear a Holter monitor periodically or visit your doctor for ECG testing to be sure everything is ticking in time.
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Meet Don, whose generous gardening hobby is back in full bloom after “calming the storm inside my body” with his ablation procedure.
Meet Gottfried, who is free of medications, back to work with his fire brigade, and fully enjoying time with fitness and his family after his ablation procedures.
Millions of people, like you, live with AFib. And for many of them, a cardiac ablation procedure has helped them live their lives to the fullest.
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Life with a steady rhythm
What’s life like after an AFib diagnosis? For many, it’s as rich and full as before it, thanks to cardiac ablation.