What is Arrhythmia Treatment and why it is Necessary? – Dr. Om Prakasham

by Dr. Om Prakasham Heart Center Coimbatore

Arrhythmia is a heart problem which requires urgent attention of heart specialists in Coimbatore. Let us look at what is Arrhythmia and how it can be treated.

What us Arrhythmia?

Arrhythmia refers to problem with rhythm or rate of person’s heartbeat. At the time of arrhythmia, it is possible that heart may beat too slow, have irregular rhythm, or start beating too fast.

Many times Arrhythmia remains harmless, but it can also become a serious or life threatening problem. In case, heart is not beating normally then it will not be able to pump require amount of blood to body.

Insufficient blood supply will in turn result in critical damage to important organs in the body such as brain, heart itself, and other organs.

Treatment Options

Pacemaker | Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator | Maze Surgery

If medicine does not provide desired results then you will have to visit best heart doctor in Coimbatore for a surgery.For example, cardiologist doctors in Coimbatore may well perform surgery for implanting an implantable cardioverter defibrillator or a pacemaker.

1.       Pacemaker:Dr. Om Prakasham and other top heart specialists in Coimbatore usually implant a pacemaker and this device utilizes electrical impulses for controlling heart rhythm.

2.       Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator (ICD): This is another device which analyzes heart beats to check for signs of dangerous arrhythmias and sends electrical impulses for restoring normal rhythm.

3.       Maze Surgery: Here top 10 cardiologist in Coimbatore create new paths so that electrical signals in heart easily travel through them. This surgery is commonly used for treating atrial fibrillation, which is a serious form of arrhythmia.


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About Dr. Om Prakasham Junior   Heart Center Coimbatore

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