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Most patients will remain in the hospital for a couple of days.
You will be given a sedative medication through an IV and the incision site will be numbed. The cardiologist makes an incision in your leg and inserts a catheter through your arteries and into the heart.
A shot of adrenaline is injected through the catheter to trigger the arrhythmia. When this happens, the cardiologist is able to identify the location of the arrhythmia and deliver a low-voltage current that seals the area and prevents future arrhythmias in the region.
One incision is made in your upper thigh.
Patients will normally remain in the hospital for a couple of days.
Most patients feel better after the first few days.
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