Once your doctor analyzes your symptoms and your medical history, they will perform a physical examination and an EKG, an echocardiogram, an MRI, or a CT scan to be able to diagnose properly.
Treatment will depend on the cause of your tachycardia, but antidysrhythmic medications will likely be prescribed to restore normal heart rhythm.
However, in certain types of tachycardia, medical procedures may be necessary, such as cardiac ablation, or the implementation of a cardioverter that acts like a defibrillator to restore normal rhythm, or surgery to eliminate the damage caused by the condition.
At the Cardiovascular Center, we offer you a wide range of prevention, diagnosis, timely treatment, and follow-up services to take care of you through a comprehensive and multidisciplinary care model. Come to us, we want to hear your heart.