Implantable Defibrillators
to protect against sudden death from dangerous heart rhythms
Noninvasive Defibrillator Testing (NIPS)
Usually done under sedation, to test the implanted defibrillators effectiveness and guide appropriate settings
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Procedures

Tilt Table Testing
to evaluate for causes of fainting
Electrophysiology Studies
Catheter-based procedures to evaluate various heart rhythm abnormalities, including those responsible for fainting spells and palpitations.
Cardioversions
to restore normal rhythms via delivery of external shocks, while the patient is under anesthesia
Catheter Ablation
to treat many different types of heart rhythm abnormalities
Pacemaker Implants
to correct slow heart rhythms
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