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Catheter Ablation

Catheter Ablation - Symptoms

Catheter Ablation - How to prevent?

Catheter Ablation - Post-surgery care

​The nurse will instruct you to rest in bed for about 8 to 12 hours. You can have food and drinks, on returning back to the ward. The nurse will monitor the pulse rate hourly and blood pressure 4 hourly for 24 hours. A telemetry (ECG monitoring device) will be put on when necessary. An intravenous drip may be started and oral medication may be given on return to the ward. Call the nurse or doctor if there is bleeding from the groin.

Catheter Ablation - Other Information

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