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Information & Advice For Arrhythmia Patients

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Help others who may be awaiting or undergoing treatment for an arrhythmia. Your words can support and reassure patients on the road through treatment as well as those newly diagnosed or caring for someone with an arrhythmia. Many of the people we speak to are unsure about what to expect and the treatment options available to them; your words present a real-life account that can be shared to promote awareness and improve understanding of cardiac arrhythmias.

Help us to help others, with your consent we will use your words and your voice to promote awareness and lobby for improvements in diagnosis and management of cardiac arrhythmia.

Email your account to info@aa-australia.org; you never know how your words might help.

 

Shaun shares his experience of a Heart Arrhythmia and an Ablation

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Shaun: "Due to this episode I was forced to give up my rally driving. This in particular hurt as it is something I had been trying 
to do all my life." 

 

 

 

Warren shares his experiences with AF.

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Peter, aged 67, tells us his story about life with AF.

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Patient stories available to view and download, courtesy of AF Association Australia:

Lance shares his experiences with Sick Sinus Syndrome (SSS) and implant of a pacemaker.

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Merlene recalls her long journey to diagnosis and support.
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Will was a father in his late forties when he was diagnosed with AF.
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Lynda, a nurse recalls the long struggle of managing AF.
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Peter, a sufferer of AF for 15 years, recalls his medication struggles.
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info@heartrhythmalliance.org

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