Hi, I hope you are still answering questions. I had an ablation 3 months ago for pvcs pf the right ventricle. I have continued to have pvcs, in fact they seem worse. I live in Ca. and had the ablation in Redwood City, Ca. If I have a second ablation I am seriously considering coming to The Cleveland Clinic. Can you tell me which Drs. have had the most experience and success with ablations for pvcs? Thank you so much for your time, Brooke
I am taking the liberty to ask a question about short PR Interval. My family physician detected that (when he took EKG while I had an infection (he did not know at that time)) and then referred me to a specialist. I found out during and after the test that this condition tends to happen when my heart rate is really high above 170-180. I exercise regularly, non-smoker, about 130 lbs, 5-7 in height and vegetarian. There is no family history of heart disease. Is this something to be concerned about? The specialist would like me to take echo and nuclear test.
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