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Doctors & patients are saying about 'Beat Your A-Fib'...

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New Video: The Maze Open-Heart Surgery From The Cleveland Clinic

In a new video we’ve added to our library, cardiac surgeon Edward Soltesz, MD, discusses who is a good candidate for the Maze surgical-based treatment for Atrial Fibrillation.

Image from the video ‘The Maze Open-Heart Surgery’

The full Maze open-heart surgery is typically performed in conjunction with surgery to correct another heart condition such as valve disease or coronary disease but can also be performed as a standalone treatment.

Interviews, animation, illustrations and surgical footage. (3:19) Produced and posted by the Cleveland Clinic. Go to video->

Related Videos: Mini-Maze Surgery

You may also be interested in our videos about the Mini-Maze:

Mini-Maze Ablation for Persistent A-Fib: With Cardiac Surgeon Dr. Dipin Gupta
In-Depth: Mini-Maze Surgery: Inside the O.R. with Dr. William Harris, Cardiovascular Surgeon

A-Fib Library of Videos and Animations

We have carefully selected the A-Fib-related videos in our Video Library. They have been selected for the reader who learns visually through motion graphics, audio, and personal interviews.

Our collection of short videos are organized loosely into three levels: introductory/basic, intermediate and in-depth/advanced. Click to browse our video library.

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