An electrophysiology study can provide valuable information regarding your heart health, allowing you and your doctor to determine the best, most effective treatment plan for any cardiac conditions you may have. To conduct an electrophysiology test, a specially-trained doctor called an electrophysiologist, inserts electrode catheters into the heart, then reads the electrical signals received by the catheters. Electrode catheters can also be used to stop an arrhythmia and regulate the heartbeat.
FORT SMITH, Ark. – Baptist Heath-Fort Smith has relocated its COVID-19 testing site for people concerned about possible exposure to COVID-19 or who are experiencing symptoms such as shortness