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Device Recovery
Learn about recovering from your device procedure.
Living with a Device
Live more confidently and learn what to expect from having your device.
Remote Monitoring & Telephone Transmitter Instructions
Allows you to send (transmit) your heart rhythm and rate from home.
After Catheter Ablation
Here is some important information for when you return home after your catheter ablation.
After Pulmonary Vein Isolation Ablation
The goals of pulmonary vein isolation ablation (also called PVAI) include regaining a normal heart rhythm (sinus rhythm), controlling the heart rate, reducing symptoms, and reducing the risk of blood clots and stroke.

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