Arrhythmia Alliance News & Events
Girl, 11, will get life-saving dog to keep her safe at night!
Jodie suffers from Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (PoTs), but the golden Labrador has given her the confidence go out and get on with ...
Matt Hancock: new technology is key to making NHS the world's best
Matt Hancock, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, is to set out plans to make the NHS an ‘ecosystem for the best technology available’ at the NHS Expo in Manchester yesterday.
NHS accelerator launches international search for innovations supporting the prevention and early intervention of cancer and cardiovascular disease
A NEW search for the world’s best healthcare innovations to help improve patients’ lives launches today, focussing on key NHS priorities including the prevention and early intervention of cancer and cardiovascular disease (CVD).
New chair of NHS England revealed
The Department of Health and Social Care has proposed Conservative peer Lord Prior of Brampton as the new Chair of NHS England.
Have you had, or do you have an ICM (Implantable Cardiac Monitor) or an ILR (Insertable Loop Recorder)?
We are looking for people to attend a patient focus meeting on Saturday 6th October, at the ICC in Birmingham. The purpose of the group is to get a better understadning from patients on the devices, and find out what prevents accessing the devices, as well as the benefits of the devices.
FREE Patients Day places for CPVT and PSVT/SVT patients
We have funding for 10 free places to the CPVT session and 15 free places to the PSVT/SVT patient meetings
Boston Scientific Rhythm Management team are taking part in an enduring bike ride to raise money for AEDs
See why the Boston Scientific UK Rhythm Management team are raising money for AEDs!
Cardiac rhythm News 24 August 2018
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Ryanair pilot FAINTS in mid-air
A Ryanair pilot fainted as his plane was being diverted during a thunderstorm.
Four out of 10 patients with atrial fibrillation have unknown brain damage
Four out of ten patients with atrial fibrillation but no history of stroke or transient ischaemic attack have previously unknown brain damage, according to the first results of the Swiss Atrial Fibrillation Cohort Study (Swiss-AF) presented today at ESC Congress 2018.