Ablation Shows Good Results in AATAC Trial for Heart Failure Patients

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A recent study comparing outcomes from ablation to treatment with medication showed the procedure provided greater benefit for atrial fibrillation patients with congestive heart failure.

A recent study comparing outcomes from ablation to treatment with medication showed the procedure provided greater benefit for atrial fibrillation patients with congestive heart failure.

Luigi Di Biase, MD, PhD, from Montefiore University Hospital discussed the results during the American College of Cardiology's Annual Scientic Sessions and Expo in San Diego.

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