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Electrphyslocical Study

Electrphyslocical Study


Electrphyslocical Study

Electrophysiological study is a diagnostic and treatment method performed in electrophysiology/angiography laboratory by placing thin wires named electrode catheter inside heart, passing through thin sheaths placed inside inguinal veins. Electrical signals obtained directly inside the heart are evaluated through developed computers and deviations from normality are investigated.

By this, it can be understood whether the main central stimulation system is working properly or not and whether the conducting system is performing its function safely or not. In most cases, in patients with palpitation complaints as excessive heart beats, the fast heart beats the patients are complained are created by the stimulations given through these wires with specific methods and causes of occurrence are investigated. When the presences of short circuits are detected, a specific current of point energy formed with radio waves is applied and tachycardia can be treated completely.

By this method, permanent treatment of the most of the fast heart rates (tachycardia) became possible currently. Diagnostic electrophysiological examinations last for 30-60 minutes. If a treatment intervention is required this can be a procedure lasting for 1-4 hours.