November 19, 2017

Dr. Douglas Packer Talked About New 4-D and 5-D Imaging for Catheter Ablation at Boston Atrial Fibrillation Symposium 2010

At the recent Boston Atrial Fibrillation Symposium, Dr. Douglas Packer (Mayo Clinic) talked about new 4-D and 5-D imaging for catheter ablation. Read about his remarks at: Sophisticated New 4-D and 5-D Imaging May Soon Guide Catheter Ablations

Mayo Clinic Finds Why Atrial Fibrillation Runs in Some Families

Mayo Clinic researchers have discovered a genetic mutation that may be responsible for atrial fibrillation in families. They scanned the entire human genome and discovered a genetic mutation common to all family members with atrial fibrillation. Read more about this