Our case demonstrates RF ablation of CTI is a safe and effective therapeutic modality of drug refractory atrial flutters
in patients with Senning operation.
Women Are Prone To Heart Skips, Heart Flutters
, And Heart Palpitations; Follow Up Advised To Rule Out Potentially Dangerous Rhythm Disorders
She won the cash on the "national" bingo link-up at the Flutters
Club, in Rugby Road, Hinckley, over the bank holiday weekend.
Dr Bexton said: "During the procedure, doctors try to electrically burn the tissue which causes the flutters
Asked if he had any last-minute flutters
before deciding to run, Parks said, ``I haven't had the flutters
since eighth grade.
RACING fans spent nearly g2million yesterday on festive flutters
at a packed Leopardstown.
And in the darkly comic title story, an aging country-club type, his vanity no amulet against time's passage, flutters
toward madness like some male Blanche DuBois.
In the conventional view, eddies--perhaps caused by the flagpole--set off the flutters
You should not panic if you experience a few flutters
or your heart races occasionally.
For example, flutters
on last night's episode of Eastenders included one from a punter logged on as `westlife01' who offered to lay a pounds 10 bet at odds of 1-2 that Peggy raises pounds 100,000 to buy out Dan on or before May 30.
Pol the parrot is sitting pretty after his flutters
on the National Lottery won pounds 480.
Fluttersuckers," the press release explains, "refers to the characteristics of moths that flutter
and ticks that suck.
APPRENTICE Brendan Callaghan escaped punishment for refusing to ride Roses Flutter
in the five-furlong maiden.