Laboratories & technology

Catheter treatment of cardiac arrhythmias is usually performed through the application of heat to eliminate the focus causing the arrhythmia. Cryoablation, on the contrary, uses the effect of freezing to eliminate local tissue causing the arrhythmia. The use of freezing-based lesions is safer and can prevent irreversible lesions. Thanks to this technology, we can safely treat arrhythmias located in areas of the heart that are near essential structures that could be irreversibly damaged if treated with heat.

Address

Hospital Ramón y Cajal
Hospital Ramón y Cajal
Ctra. de Colmenar Viejo km 9.100
Ctra. de Colmenar Viejo km 9.100
28034 Madrid, Spain
28034 Madrid, Spain

Contact

Adultos
Arrhythmias in adults: 913 369 006
Infantiles
Children's arrhythmias: 913 368 027