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Treating Cardiac Arrhythmias With Skill and Compassion

Ischemic VT voltage and treatment

Heart arrhythmias can put you at a greater risk for stroke and even sudden death, so we understand how concerning they can be. Cardiac arrhythmias are unfortunately common, with more than 2.2 million atrial fibrillation (A-Fib) sufferers in the United States. That’s why Deborah Specialty Physicians offers a comprehensive treatment approach by a dedicated team of both experienced Electrophysiologists and Interventional Cardiologists. 

The reaction time and the quality of care from the very onset of a cardiac episode through follow-up care are paramount. This makes experience and team dynamics critical and it’s when our remarkable group at Deborah Specialty Physicians goes to work. Advanced diagnostic procedures allow us to locate the source of irregular heartbeats and provide safe, effective treatment – from cardiac ablations, implantable loop recorders, pacemakers to defibrillators and other cutting-edge interventions.

While we have significant statistics and noteworthy volumes, our numbers are not nearly as impressive as the impact our EP program has on each patient in our care and on A-Fib and cardiac care in New Jersey in general.

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Raffaele Corbisiero, MD

Toms River, Whiting

Pedram Kazemian, MD

Manahawkin, Whiting

Jonathan Krathen, DO

Galloway, Toms River
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Could You Have AFib?

It is estimated that between 2.7 million and 6.1 million people in the United States have atrial fibrillation and this number is expected to increase as the population ages.

When a person has AFib, the normal beating in the upper chambers of the heart is irregular, and blood doesn’t flow as well. This increases the risk for DVTs, heart attack, and stroke even when the condition is asymptomatic.

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What is Atrial Fibrillation (AFib)?

Pedram Kazemian, MD