For my friends who are not familiar with a Catheter Ablation For Atrial Fibrillation (AFIB) this video will explain it. Individual variations and nuances in conditions add to the complexity, still you'll get the idea just what it is all about and know what your doctor might be talking about one day (hope not though).
The Catheter Ablation: What to Expect Ablation Recovery Everyone is different, so how you recover will vary. When I had my ablation, the next day I felt so good that I went out to eat with my wife and kids. I felt totally fine. On the other hand, I’ve heard from others who were laid
reatment: Ablation If cardioversion and medications can't control the symptoms of AFib, radiofrequency ablation may help. This procedure uses radiofrequency energy to destroy the heart tissue that sends out faulty electrical signals. Although it does not require open heart surgery, ablation has some risks. It is only recommended for people who have serious symptoms despite trying other treatments.