I have an arrhythmia. What is my next step?
Partner with your doctor to find the best treatment for you. One way you can help enhance your care and outcome is to learn about arrhythmia and what to expect moving forward. This also helps provide you with greater confidence and peace of mind about the treatment options.
What other resources can I turn to for reliable information?
The following Web site links are provided for your convenience and are not monitored or managed by St. Jude Medical, Inc. It is important to note that St. Jude Medical is not responsible for content presented on any external Web site, linked pages, or other sites listed and is not liable for any damage or loss associated with the use of the Web sites.
American Heart Association – The American Heart Association is a U.S. national voluntary health agency whose mission is to reduce disability and death from cardiovascular diseases and stroke. Their Web site offers educational information and tools.
WebMD® Heart Health Center – WebMD offers you and your family and friends medical information and tools including articles about heart health, message boards and a physician directory.
Heart Rhythm Society Patient and Public Information – The Heart Rhythm Society maintains this Web site where you will find accurate, clear, and understandable information about cardiac arrhythmia disorders. This site is designed specifically to educate patients and the public about heart rhythm problems.
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