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The Arrhythmia Center at Columbia Heart Introduces New WATCHMAN Device to Reduce Risk of Stroke for Patients with Atrial Fibrillation

Columbia, SC The Arrhythmia Center at Columbia Heart Clinic proudly introduces the new WATCHMAN device, a novel one-time treatment for patients with atrial fibrillation to reduce their lifetime risk of stroke.
 
At the Arrhythmia Center at Columbia Heart Clinic, we pride ourselves in providing the most current and cutting edge technology in the world to our local community.  We are pleased to announce the arrival of WATCHMAN, a novel device that can be deployed inside the heart without surgery to help reduce lifetime risk of stroke. Dr. Todd Senn MD, FACC was trained to perform this procedure at the Cleveland Clinic, the US News and World Report #1 ranked Heart Hospital in the nation. To date, Dr. Senn has performed more WATCHMAN procedures than anyone in the Midlands.
 
“Atrial fibrillation is increasingly common and affects millions. This new device is a real game changer. We finally have an alternative to blood thinners in select patients,” stated Dr. Senn.
 
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