Minimally Invasive Treatment of Rapid Heartbeats in Children

For six-year-old Cheyenne Greiner, a racing heart was putting the brakes on running around outside with friends. Today, five years after undergoing a minimally invasive cryoablation procedure at Akron Children's Hospital, Cheyenne is free to play sports, exercise and be as active as any energetic middle-schooler. In this ORLive webcast, pediatric cardiologists John Clark, MD, and Grace Smith, MD, discuss the benefits of the Cheyenne's procedure, as well as the use of radio frequency ablations and the elimination of radiation in nearly all cases.

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