I have just got hold of a copy of the letter from the Bristol Heart Institute and can't say I understand much of it, even with the help of Dr Google. However one thing is clear, lots more tests in the offing as I have been put on the waiting list. Let's hope they manage England's maximum of 18 weeks, or preferably a lot less. There were one or two comments that made me laugh in a weary sort of way. One, I obviously hadn't been hypertensive since the surgery, followed by a later comment about the medication for high bp, and secondly that I hadn't said I had chest tightness and had an angina spray, to which my response would be, you didn't ask. They have hardly any letters but it doesn't seem to occur to them to ask the patient! One thing I noticed was that just as the first cardiologist agreed that dronedarone had been discredited, the second one thought it was ok. Meanwhile my breathing is not especially good in this humidity, and my depression has returned full blast, so back to the increased dose of anti-depressant. Hey- ho, on we go!