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What are the risks of having a heart ablation procedure?

A cardiac ablation is used to scar areas of the heart that are involved in problems with its rhythm. The procedure can prevent abnormal rhythms or electrical signals from traveling through the patient’s heart, according to the National Institutes of Health. Cardiac ablation is generally safe, and complications are rare.

Sources: healthline.com

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