Joshua Cooper, MD, assistant professor of medicine at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, outlines the approach to a patient who presents with palpitations. What key factor in a patient's history can help you distinguish the benign incident from the potentially life-threatening? What diagnostic tests are helpful and necessary in the workup? Dr. Cooper also explains treatment options, with a focus on ablative procedures, in his conversation with host Dr. Lee Freedman.
Source: ReachMD | Aired: October 27, 2008 | Length: 13 min