Introduction is devoted to the potentially curative procedures for Atrial Fibrillation (AF).

It is a resource for patients and physicians who have an interest in learning about advanced therapy for AF, especially the minimally invasive surgical procedures. These are often referred to as "minimaze" procedures. Briefly, these are adaptations of the original Maze procedure, a surgical procedure intended to cure atrial fibrillation, originally developed by James Cox, MD, during the 1980s and 1990s.

For Referred Patients

If you have been referred to consider a potentially curative procedure for atrial fibrillation, please begin at the OHVI tab, and be sure to review:
This website is intended to help you understand the potential benefits and risks of procedures for atrial fibrillation You’ll get much more out of your visit if you’ve reviewed this material first.