The Arkansas Children's Electrophysiology Program cares for patients with all types of arrhythmias, both congenital and acquired. Currently, more than 300 patients are followed, many of whom are newly diagnosed.
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As a part of the Arkansas Children's Heart Institute, the electrophysiology program offers a variety of clinical services, including inpatient and outpatient care. Specific services offered by the Electrophysiology team can be invasive or non-invasive and include the following:
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To learn more about electrophysiology conditions and treatments as well as implantable devices used in the diagnosis and treatment of electrical disorders, visit the following links:
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