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PCNA Heart Nurses 3h
This Thursday, join our free webinar on stroke prevention in . There's still time to register!
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[QP] In a small study of pts, high intensity interval training (HIIT) 3 times/week, decreased their time in AFib from 8.1% to 4.8% with a decrease in frequency and severity of AFib symptoms.
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Boston Scientific CRM/EP UK & IRE 9h
Just one day to go until we're in hosting an exciting event on personalised therapies! For live updates from the event follow
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JK Han MD 3h
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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PersonalizeAF 11h
Management of sustained arrhythmias for patients with cardiogenic shock in intensive cardiac care units.
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We’re in Room 102AB for ‘Addressing Essential Gaps in the Care of Patients with
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Boston Scientific EU 5h
It's almost time! Busy in setting up for . Stay tuned for more updates
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[EK] Clinical is either AFib with symptoms or AFib discovered accidentally on exam or routine ECG.
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[KT] SBD screening and treatment, when present, are important components in therapy.
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[LC] Silent or subclinical is asymptomatic AFib that is detected incidentally by ECG, wearable, implantable, or intracardiac devices.
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The study sought to determine the prevalence of new onset after SCT, and to identify the predictive value of echocardiographic parameters among this cohort.
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Catheter ablation has been widely used as an effective therapy for symptomatic patients with drug-refractory , but a number of factors can influence ablation outcome.
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The next speaker is Elizabeth Kaufman [EK] on ‘How Does Silent Differ from Clinical AFib?’
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Sign Against Stroke 3h
Left atrial volume has a graded and independent association with mortality in people living with , while its prognostic value appears to be superior to left ventricular ejection fraction.
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PersonalizeAF 11h
Risk of early mortality and cardiovascular disease in type 1 diabetes: a comparison with type 2 diabetes, a nationwide study.
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The study considered 2,260 patients that underwent cardioversion for . Patients had a median age of 69, and 54% had new onset AF.
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[EK] A lot of eludes routine clinical detection. Yet, there is no established, evidence-based approach to management of silent AFib.
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Judith Lenane Nov 16
Understanding burden and racial diversity from KP-Rhythm study.
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The next speaker is Lee Eckhardt [LE] on ‘ and Weight Reduction for
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[QP] Practical tips for pts: 1 - Refer to any lifestyle program 2 - Cardiac rehab if they qualify 3 -Pedometers or activity trackers 4 - Get a dog.
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