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AF Explained

Your Af Treatment Explained
Dr Finlay's approach to AF
My 3-Stage approach to treating AF

Read the three major steps we can take towards keeping you safe from the major complications of AF, and how we can get you healthy again from this debilitating condition.

How I approach AF

What is AF ablation, and what do I do when performing one?

What are the risks of an AF ablation?

AF ablation is now a safe and quick procedure, with good success rates. However, there are risks that you must be aware of, and these are explained here.

How successful is an AF ablation likely to be?

In general, over 90% of procedures are acutely successful. But what does this mean for the patient?

What if AF comes back after an ablation?

It's not a disaster if AF returns after you AF ablation procedure. There are lots of options here, find out more here.

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What are the alternatives to AF ablation?

Ablation isn't the only option for your AF management, and isn't suitable for everyone. It's important to know what the alternatives are. 

Will giving up alcohol, smoking or losing weight help my AF?

We all hear about the benefits of lifestyle changes in the media. But is it true, and what should I do to help myself?

Do I need to stay on a blood thinner after my AF ablation?

Many patients wonder why they would need to continue a blood thinner after a successful procedure. Here's my take.

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