Ablation of the heart
Ablation of the heart( radiofrequency, catheter) is one of the most effective and radical methods of surgical treatment of cardiac rhythm disturbances. This method allows to exclude in the subsequent recurring cases of tachyarrhythmia, representing a danger to life, by 80-98%.Ablation of the heart does not involve an open heart operation. When using the radiofrequency technique, the effect is made through the catheter on the affected areas in the conducting structures of the organ.
Ablation of the heart is a minimally invasive method of surgical intervention, which has several varieties differing in the mechanism of action of the catheter. Radiofrequency surgery is performed using a thin and flexible catheter-conductor. It is injected into a blood vessel and led to a pathological source in the cardiac cavity. Then, by means of a catheter, a radio-frequency pulse is applied, destroying a tissue site that provokes an abnormal rhythm in the cardiac muscle.
Ablation of the heart( radiofrequency) is used in the treatment of arrhythmias such as:
- atrial fibrillation;
- atrial fibrillation;
- supraventricular tachycardia, including atrioventricular, reciprocal nodular tachycardia, as well as Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome;
are individual types of ventricular tachycardia.
Indications for the use of this method of intervention include idiopathic( causeless) atrial fibrillation( in the absence of organic pathologies), arrhythmia manifested by attacks, and persistent( persistent) arrhythmia.
In patients who have ablation of the heart, the reviews are in most cases positive. As practice shows, patients are much easier to transfer it in comparison with an open surgery for this organ. After using the radio frequency method, complications are recorded with the least frequency. The recovery period takes a minimum period and passes almost painlessly. Radiofrequency method excludes the formation of seams and postoperative scars. This method also eliminates the need for long-term use of anticoagulant medications after surgery.
Three-dimensional visualization is used for the surgical intervention. The use of graphics allows to determine with maximum accuracy the focus of the pathological impulse and to prevent unwanted damage to the heart wall and vessels.
To date, varicose veins are a very common disease. As practice shows, more than half of the female population faces this problem after reaching the age of fifty. Along with this, this disease is noted and at a younger age. And men are subject to this disease.
Varicose vein enlargement not only spoils the beauty of the female legs, but also is accompanied by painful sensations.
Laser ablation( intravenous) can be a solution to the problem. This technique significantly contributes to the elimination of venous protuberances for several days from the start of therapy.
Laser minimally invasive therapeutic procedures are able to effectively eliminate varicose veins.
This procedure can be used in outpatient settings and does not require the use of general anesthesia. The mechanism of action of the intravenous laser is based on the energy effect directed to the venous walls. At the same time, the restriction of blood flow to one or another area causes displacement of the direction of inflow in the region of functioning veins.
The use of modern laser technology can reduce the risk of perforation of the veins and increase the review in order to achieve the most high-quality and effective results of therapy.