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At the Heart Center Electrophysiology Workshop of the Mediterranean Hospital, which is staffed by experienced Cardiologists and corresponding Nursing staff.

The electrophysiological study is an invasive diagnostic test that aims at the study of cardiac arrhythmias by investigating the mechanism and the source of their origin and thus determining the prognosis and the most appropriate way of treating them with pharmacological or non-pharmacological means.

Electrophysiological testing is indicated in cases of bradycardia and syncope when we want to control the normal heart pacemaker (sinus) and the ability of the AVC to transfer stimuli from the sinuses to the ventricles and the need for implantation of a pacemaker.

At the Electrophysiological Laboratory of the Heart Center of the Mediterranean Hospital, the following diagnostic and therapeutic procedures are performed:

  • Electrophysiological Control (Study)
  • Diagnostic examination, where the use of electrode catheters controls the functioning of the electrical system of the heart, accurate diagnosis of the type and mechanism of an arrhythmia and localization of the arrhythmia outbreak.
  • Ablation of arrhythmogenic foci with high frequency (RF Ablation). The use of a specific catheter catalysis can cause a burning of the arrhythmia burning heart in the heart.
  • Rarely, the electrophysiological study is performed for the control of patients with bradyarrhythmias. In these cases the function of the normal heart pacemaker (sinus) and the ability of the AVC to carry stimuli from the sinuses into the ventricles is controlled by specific tests.