M Milwaukees Lifestyle Magazine November 2011 : Page 2

Stereotaxis is a gentler , more precise way to treat heart rhythm disorders. And you’ll fi nd it at precisely one place— The Wisconsin Heart Hospital. There’s a better way to treat arrhythmias: Stereotaxis. Most ablation methods use a stiff, manually guided catheter. Stereotaxis uses a soft, fl exible catheter that’s controlled magnetically. This is gentler on your heart and more precise, which means you can recover faster and be at less risk for serious complications. You’ll only fi nd this advanced technology — and the cardiac electrophysiology experts who use it — at one hospital in the entire state: Wheaton Franciscan – The Wisconsin Heart Hospital. Named a 2010 Summit Award ® Winner by Press Ganey Associates, Inc. for patient satisfaction. Contact us for a free Stereotaxis information kit, or visit our website. 10000 W. Bluemound Road Wauwatosa (414) 778-7800 mywheaton.org/twhh In Partnership with the Felician Sisters

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