While medications are used to control abnormal heart rhythms, ablation procedures can cure some types of arrhythmia completely. Once treated, whether through ablation or ongoing medications, most patients with a heart rhythm issue can return to their normal activity levels.
Four stages of congestive heart failure are Stage A, B, C, D. Stage A and B are pre heart failure stages when persons do not have symptoms but have predilection to heart failure such as Diabetes, Hypertension, obesity, alcohol abuse, heart blocks and family history of heart failure. Stage C is when persons have symptoms, diagnosed with heart failure and responding to treatment. Stage D is when persons have advanced symptoms that may not get better with treatment.