Dog's rare heart condition improves after cardiac ablation

12/22/2011 | Observer-Dispatch (Utica, N.Y.)

A life-saving heart ablation was performed on Jay, a dog with a condition that caused his heart to beat more than 350 times per minute. Cornell University veterinarians diagnosed the condition, and Italian Dr. Romain Pariaut, one of two veterinarians in the world with such expertise, performed the delicate procedure. Several U.S. veterinarians attended the procedure and plan to offer it at their institutions.

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