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Atrial Tachycardia and Epicardial Ablation

Heart Rhythm Conditions | Last Active: Sep 14, 2020 | Replies (15)

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Hi @marib, I also add my welcome to Mayo Clinic Connect and am so glad you decided to join and become part of the discussions. Below I have included a link for Mayo's cardiac electrophysiologists (EP) Study site as well as a helpful website that gives you multiple options for traveling from Duluth to Mayo Clinic in Rochester. Because it is a destination medical center, a lot of transportation companies make it fairly easy to travel from different parts of the state.

EP Study site – https://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/ep-study/doctors-departments/pdc-20385000
Travel options from Duluth – https://www.rome2rio.com/s/Duluth/Mayo-Clinic

Mayo has 9 different physicians that specialize in EP studies. On the site you can click on each physician to see their credentials. I am very interested in knowing what the electrophysiologist that you contacted comes back with. Will you let us know when they respond?

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Thank you Amanda for the links above. I have had a video consultation with a heart rhythm specialist at Mayo. Dr. Killu. He has changed my heart medication and I am scheduled for additional heart related testing at Mayo in Rochester MN the end of this month. I was most impressed with Dr. Killu as he listened carefully and looked at my other health issues and scheduled testing for those as well. I have 4 testing appointments and 2 consultations over a couple days. I like how they schedule so efficiently so I can get a lot done in several days. My son is driving me and I am hopeful for answers and a plan.