An ablation procedure is a non-surgical treatment for people with an abnormal heart rhythm (arrhythmia). A long, flexible wire (catheter) is passed into the heart to get rid of (ablate) the precise area of the heart causing the arrhythmia.-- Cincinnnati Children
Andrew D. Blaufox, MD Pediatric Electrophysiology
Associate Professor Clinical Pediatrics Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
Medical School: Albert Einstein College of Medicine .
Residency: Mount Sinai School of Medicine .
Fellowship: Mount Sinai School of Medicine and
Medical University of South Carolina