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In the UK, as many as 7,000 strokes per year are now prevented because more patients with atrial fibrillation are being identified and treated.
People with implantable cardioverter-defibrillators are at risk for depression and anxiety, which can affect their outcome and quality of life.
A wearable cardioverter defibrillator vest can be a short-term solution to prevent sudden cardiac death. Find out if you might be a good candidate.
Many people at high risk of stroke because of atrial fibrillation either don’t get the right medication or they don’t take their drugs as prescribed.
Some people with atrial fibrillation who are at low risk of stroke can take a daily aspirin. But if you have moderate to high risk, consider an anticoagulant.
It’s not uncommon for stroke survivors to struggle with a mood disorder—but this complication often goes unrecognized and untreated. Here’s what may help.
Some researchers are questioning the idea of more aggressive ablation treatment for persistent atrial fibrillation.
This procedure combines two methods for restoring normal heart rhythm—but is it right for you?
Patients with atrial fibrillation who are candidates for anticoagulants and don’t use them take the risk of having a stroke. Here’s what to consider.
If you’re one of the roughly 2.7 million Americans who has atrial fibrillation, the most common form of abnormal heart rhythm, you could benefit from new, game-changing drugs and strategies.