Our electrophysiology labs at the Heart Rhythm Disorder Center pair some of the newest equipment and techniques in the industry with a wholly personalized and patient-first environment. In addition to two dedicated electrophysiology labs, we also perform procedures in our state-of-the-art hybrid operating room that aids greatly in promoting patient recovery via minimally-invasive surgery, while assisting surgical arrhythmia management.
Our electrophysiology diagnosis, treatment and follow up services include:
- Device therapy;
- Biventricular ICD (Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator)
- Leadless pacemaker
- Follow-up on devices/ remote monitoring
- Fluoroless technique
- Cryoballoon radio frequency
- Left atrial appendage closure
- Atrial fibrillation and ablation/cryoballoon
- Atrial flutter
- Sick sinus syndrome
- Ventricular tachycardia
- Lead extractions
- Wilber Su, MD – Director, Heart Rhythm Disorders Center
Heart rhythm disorders occur because of a malfunction in the electrical system of the heart and can occur in people of all ages, demographics, and ethnicities. Some of the symptoms that may indicate a heart rhythm problem include shortness of breath, fatigue, dizziness or fainting. The Heart Rhythm Society also has information relevant and useful to anyone with questions about heart rhythm disorder.
The University of Arizona, in coordination with Banner – University Medicine, conducts a variety of research studies and clinical trials to support a commitment to improving patient care. As a patient at Banner – University Medical Center, you may be eligible to participate, meaning you’ll have access to new treatments, which may not yet be available to the public.