Valley Heart & Vascular Institute - Electrophysiology
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Electrophysiology


Listen to Director of Electrophysiology Suneet Mittal, M.D., discuss a landmark clinical trial studying the latest implantable cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD) on WCBS Newsradio 880's Health and Well Being Report.

Dr. Mittal was recently featured in the ECRI Institute's
"Health Technology Trends" discussing modern advances in remote cardiac montioring.
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Pictured standing from left to right: Dan L. Musat, MD, Attending Physician; Advay Bhatt, MD, Attending Physician; Mark W. Preminger, MD, FACC, Director, Implantable Arrhythmia Devices.
Pictured seated from left to right: Tina Sichrovsky, MD, Attending Physician; Suneet Mittal, MD, Director, Electrophysiology Laboratory.

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Electrophysiology is a subspecialty of cardiology that examines the conduction system and electrical stability of the heart by recording and stimulating from within the cardiac chambers.

It is one of the fastest growing areas in cardiology. Abnormal rhythms, formerly only treated by medications, can now be treated by sophisticated and highly specialized treatments, such as implantable devices and catheter ablation.

With the most sophisticated technology available in the field, Valley Hospital electrophysiologists take great pride in offering a full-range of the most effective treatments for a broad range of heart rhythm abnormalities.

For more information, please call 201-HEART DR (201-432-7837) or, in New York City, 212-HEART DR (212-432-7837).

 

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Valley Electrophysiologists Now Performing Robotic Cardiac Ablation Procedures.
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