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Paper Chase #3: Ablation vs Antiarrhythmics for Initial Treatment of A-Fib
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Among patients receiving initial treatment for symptomatic paroxysmal afib, there were lower rates of recurrence of afib with ablation compared to antiarrhythmic drug therapy. The rate of recurrence was very low in both groups.