Case Reports in Ablation Surgery Journal is peer reviewed cardiology journal. Case Reports in Ablation Surgery Journal Welcomes Submissions from around the world related to Ablation Surgery and types of Ablation Surgery: Ablation Therapy, Cardiac ablation, Atrial flutter ablation, Atrioventricular (AV) node ablation, Pulmonary vein isolation, SVT ablation, Ventricular tachycardia ablation, Heart Ablation, Catheter ablation, Surgical ablation, Hybrid surgical-catheter ablation, Epicardial ablation, Cryoablation, Radiofrequency ablation and FIRM ablation Surgery.
Journal Scope & Keywords: Case reports of ablation surgery, Case reports in ablation therapy, Case reports of Cardiac ablation, Clinical images in cardiac ablation, Case reports of catheter ablation, Clinical images of Ablation surgery, Case reports of Surgical ablation, Clinical images in Surgical ablation, Case series of ablation surgery, Research articles in Ablation surgery, Case reports of cryoablation, case reports of atrial flutter ablation, atrioventricular node ablation case reports, Case reports of ablation therapy, Clinical images in ablation therapy, Case Reports of Heart Ablation, Clinical images in heart ablation.
Journal of Ablation Surgery Case Reports is an Editorial Tracking Based System for quality in review process for accepting original research and review articles from across the world. Review processing is performed by the editorial board members of Journal of Ablation Surgery Case Reports or outside experts; at least two independent reviewers approval followed by editor approval is required for acceptance of any citable manuscript. Authors may submit manuscripts and track their progress through the system, hopefully to publication. Reviewers can download manuscripts and submit their opinions to the editor. Editors can manage the whole Submission, Review, Peer review, Revise, Publish process.
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Case Reports in Ablation Therapy Journal
Journal of Ablation Therapy Case Reports is a type of minimally invasive procedure doctors use to destroy abnormal tissue that can be present in many conditions. Ablation procedure to destroy (ablate) a small amount of heart tissue that's causing abnormal heart rhythms or to treat tumors in the lung, breast, thyroid, liver or other areas of the body. Cardiologists specialists perform ablation therapy. They may use probes inserted through the skin, flexible tubes inserted through an artery (catheters) or energy beams. Imaging techniques are used to guide the ablation. The abnormal tissue can be impaired or destroyed with various techniques, including heat (radiofrequency ablation), extreme cold (cryoablation), lasers or chemicals.
Journal of Cardiac Ablation Case Reports
Case Reports in Cardiac Ablation Journal is a procedure that is used to scar small areas in your heart that may be involved in your heart rhythm problems. This can prevent the abnormal electrical signals or rhythms from moving through the heart. During the procedure, small wires called electrodes are placed inside your heart to measure your heart's electrical activity. When the source of the problem is found, the tissue causing the problem is destroyed.
Atrial flutter ablation Journal
Case Reports in Atrial Flutter Ablation Journal is a treatment for an irregular and chaotic heartbeat called atrial fibrillation (A-fib). Atrial fibrillation ablation may be used if medications or other treatments don't work. Sometimes it's the first treatment for certain patients. It uses heat or cold energy to create tiny scars in the heart to block the faulty electrical signals and restore a typical heartbeat. Ablation is performed during cardiac surgery. Type of atrial flutter ablation: AV node ablation, Maze procedure.
Atrioventricular (AV) node ablation Journal
Case Reports in Atrioventricular (AV) node ablation Journal is a treatment for an irregularly fast and disorganized heartbeat called atrial fibrillation. It uses heat (radiofrequency) energy to destroy a small amount of tissue between the upper and lower chambers of the heart (AV node). If any patients have AV node ablation, you will need a permanent device implanted to control your heart rhythm (pacemaker). Your health care provider may recommend AV node ablation if you have atrial fibrillation that hasn't improved with medication or other treatments. It's generally considered the last option because it requires the placement of a pacemaker.
Journal of Pulmonary vein isolation Case Reports
Case Reports in Pulmonary vein isolation Journal is a procedure to treat an irregular heart rhythm called atrial fibrillation. Pulmonary vein isolation is a type of cardiac ablation. In pulmonary vein isolation, the tiny scars are created in the left upper chamber of the heart in the area where the four lung (pulmonary) veins connect. The pulmonary veins bring oxygen-rich blood from the lungs to the heart. Pulmonary vein isolation is done to reduce the signs and symptoms of atrial fibrillation, such as heart palpitations, shortness of breath and weakness.
Supraventricular Tachycardia (SVT) Ablation Journal
Case Reports in Supraventricular Tachycardia (SVT) Ablation Journal is SVT ablation is used to treat heart rhythm problems is also called arrhythmias that affect the heart's upper chambers and cause a fast or erratic heartbeat (supraventricular tachycardia). Your health care provider may recommend SVT ablation if you have a condition that causes a fast and erratic heartbeat, such as: Atrial flutter, Atrial tachycardia, Atrioventricular nodal reentrant tachycardia (AVNRT), Atrioventricular reentrant tachycardia (AVRT).
Case Reports in Heart Ablation Journal
Journal of Heart Ablation Case Reports is a procedure in which a small area of heart tissue is destroyed in order to help correct an arrhythmia. The procedure is done by threading thin, flexible tubes called catheters through your blood vessels and into your heart. These catheters can use heat or cold to destroy the target tissue, leaving the surrounding tissues intact. Radiofrequency energy is often used to generate heat in order to destroy the targeted tissue. This is called radiofrequency ablation. When cold is used, it’s called cryoablation.
Case Reports in Catheter Ablation Journal
Journal of Catheter Ablation Case Reports is uses a narrow plastic tube, or catheter, to kill cells responsible for the heart rhythm problems caused by supraventricular tachycardia. Catheters: Narrow plastic tubes, usually 2-3 mm in diameter, inserted into the body and to the heart chambers. Ablation: Killing islands of cells, which are responsible for the heart rhythm problems.
Journal of Surgical Ablation Case Reports
Case Reports in Surgical Ablation Journal is heart surgery perform ablation using minimally invasive laparoscopy and open-heart surgical procedures. The surgeons use either energy (hot or cold) or cuts to create scar tissue on the heart. The scar tissue disrupts arrhythmias and creates new electrical pathways to restore a normal heartbeat pattern. Because surgical ablation is more invasive, people usually have it only if they are already undergoing surgery for another heart condition. Learn more about heart surgery, including the maze procedure for surgical ablation.
Epicardial Ablation Journal
Journal in Epicardial Ablation Case Reports is irregular heartbeat starts in tissue outside the heart, the health care provider will insert a needle through the skin on the chest and into the lining of the fluid-filled sack (pericardium) that surrounds the heart. A hollow tube (sheath) is inserted and catheters are passed through the tube to access the outside surface of the heart. Radiofrequency ablation or cryoablation can be used during epicardial ablation.
Hybrid surgical-catheter ablation Journal
Case Reports in Hybrid surgical-catheter ablation Journal is develop to treat persistent AFib. This ablation procedure combines catheterization with thoracoscopic surgery, a minimally invasive surgery involving a few small incisions in the abdomen. The hybrid procedure using a thoracoscope (thin, lighted tube with a tiny camera at the end) and long, thin instruments. They access the area outside of the heart to perform ablation there. Our electrophysiologists then perform catheter ablation inside the heart. Learn more about hybrid surgical-catheter ablation and our participation in the national clinical trial for the procedure.