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PCNA Heart Nurses Nov 18
This Thursday, join our free webinar on stroke prevention in . There's still time to register!
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JAMA Nov 19
Oral anticoagulant therapy to reduce the risk of thromboembolic stroke in patients with nonvalvular is recommended in men with a CHA2DS2-VASc score >= 2, women with a score >= 3. Learn more in this clinical review podcast!
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Patrick Ellinor 3h
Great work by , Marco Perez and colleagues. With such consistent recent findings on the link between titin mutations and AF, we will have to seriously consider genetic testing for early onset or familial AF patients.
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Dr Derek Connolly Nov 18
another benefit of SGLT2 inhibitors ; it reduces the incidence of
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Melissa Middeldorp Nov 17
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Gilad Glick 14h
Little known fact - severity is changing from night to night both when tested at home or at sleep lab. Negar Ahmadi et al published it already is 2009 (2 consecutive nights with PSG "Sleep Breeth") and repeat the finding in
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JK Han MD Nov 18
Replying to @netta_doc
Uninterrupted Apixaban ⬆️ Intraprocedural Heparin Requirement During Catheter Ablation of (This was an conversation on Twitter!) Apix required⬆️er (>30u/kg) intraprocedural heparin w delay ➡️ target ACT Class effect of uninterrupted Xa-inhibitors?
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JK Han MD Nov 18
I wonder how many are taking the approach group has pioneered - really focusing on risk factor reduction PRIOR to even offering ablation?
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PersonalizeAF 14h
atrial fibrillation; +20 new citations
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Pfizer Inc. Nov 18
People with atrial fibrillation are five times more likely to have a stroke than those without. Learn more about during
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Chris Hendel Nov 14
A App for Diagnosing ? Not Yet. via & Large-Scale Assessment of a Smartwatch to Identify Atrial Fibrillation
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MDEdge 49m
Radiofrequency catheter ablation of in patients with both conditions has become a popular way to intervene, according to a study shared at .
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Sign Against Stroke 8h
Study suggests that older patients with are at high risk of thromboembolic events regardless of CHA2 DS2 -VASc score. | Clin Cardiol
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Jeffrey Goldberger Nov 18
This is an important question, one that completely change our paradigm for treatment, improve outcomes, and lower health care costs all at the same time. Let's do it!
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Prash Sanders Nov 18
Replying to @rdschaller @drjohnm
.....if you do not deal with them - will come back. Not sure this is the best spend of resources
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Sign Against Stroke Nov 18
We’re in Room 112AB for the final session of . ‘Patient-Centred Strategies to Improve Outcomes in
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Alliance for Aging Research 9h
Maria Langas, PharmD, Cardiovascular & Metabolism Medical Affairs , speaks about an study at our Talk NERDY To Me Network Training.
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Boston Scientific CRM/EP UK & IRE 9h
From London to Berlin we’re raising awareness of . Show your support for and help increase the detection of by liking and sharing this post ❤️💚
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Mike Carrel 9h
In our efforts to lead vigorous clinical science for the most effective treatments for long-standing persistent , we thank Dr. LaMeir and for their commitment to patients in the trial. Another case in the books!
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Dot I/O Health 12h
standing room only in Westminster to hear about best practice in improving detection and management of
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