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Electrophysiology & Heart Rhythm Program

Arrhythmia, also called dysrhythmia, is an abnormal heartbeat where the heart rate becomes too slow, too fast or occasionally unstable. Many arrhythmias go away spontaneously and only require occasional checkups or a short course of medications. Others can be persistent and can require long-term medications for control or catheter-based procedures for definitive therapy. Our cardiology experts can help identify the appropriate treatment plan for your child.

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