AUTHOR HEAD SHOTS 
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BOOK COVERS 
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A-FIB GRAPHICS - ILLUSTRATIONS 
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Electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG) illustration: first shows irregular pattern of heart in A-Fib, then administration of Cardioverson shock followed by heart returning to Normal Sinus Rhythm (NSR); 600 pix wide by 300 res.png  (91.3 KB)     250 pix wide by 96 res.png (27.4 KB)
  Electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG) illustration: shows irregular pattern of heart in Atrial Fibrillation; 600 pix wide by 300 res.png (70.3 KB)            250 pix wide by 96 res.png (21.2 KB)
  Electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG) illustration: shows even, regular pattern of heart in Normal Sinus Heart Rhythm (NSR); 600 pix wide by 300 res.png (148.0 KB) 250 pix wide by 96 res.png (53.1 KB)

Electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG) illustration: shows the rapid, "saw tooth" pattern of heart in Atrial Flutter. 600 pix wide by 300 res.png (88.3 KB) 250 pix wide by 96 res.png (25.9 KB)
  Normal heart function and blood flow: Shows the left and right atria, the left and right ventricles; Arrows indicate the flow of blood into and from the lungs; 600 pix at 300 res.png (412.5 KB) 250 pix wide at 96 res.png (85.8 KB)
   Normal Heart: Normal electrical conduction originating from the Sinus Node; 600 pix at 300 res.png (378.8 KB) 250 pix wide at 96 res.png(80.9 KB)
   Heart in Atrial Fibrillation: shows disorganized electrical signals and the SA Node; 600 pix at 300 res.png (344.3 KB)  250 pix wide at 96 res.png (73.0 KB)
     Normal heart: with labels of the four chambers, the Sinus Node and AV Node; 600 x 675 pix at 300 res.png (546.6 KB)          250 at 96 res.png (113.1 KB)
   Atrial Fibrillation stroke: Clot forms in heart with Atrial Fibrillation, travels to the brain, causes blockage and a stoke;

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   Atrial Fibrillation stoke - CU of Head: clot travels to brain, causes blockage and a stoke; 600 pix at 300 res.png (551.0 KB) 250 x 250 pix at 96 res.png (116.1 kb)

ADDITIONAL PHOTOS 
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  Steve Ryan found his A-Fib cure in 1998; His personalized
license plate: "EX AFIB"
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   Dr. Robert Fishel with Steve S. Ryan wearing
radiation protective gear before entering the EP lab; Florida Electrophysiology Associates, West Palm Beach, FL
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  Steve S. Ryan observing Dr. Sidney Peykar performing a catheter
ablation for Atrial Fibrillation; Cardiac Arrhythmia Institute,
Port Charlotte, FL
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