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Cardiac Rhythm News - 15 June 2018

The latest news from Cardiac Rhythm News

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June Medical e-News 2018

See what has been going on this month and what is coming up all here.

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'Take fainting seriously', say ambulance chiefs

REGIONAL ambulance bosses are urging people to take cases of fainting seriously.

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Agony At The Office? Too Much Work Stress Linked To Atrial Fibrillation

Atrial fibrillation, also known as arrhythmia, is the most common heart rhythm ailment, affecting 1 in 4 Americans. It typically causes symptoms ...

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Fainting spell? It could be a sign of fatal heart disease in youth

The family of Jordan Boyd are raising funds to help reduce that risk with research. The 16-year-old Nova Scotia hockey player died of cardiac arrest on ...

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This week, Eastern Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) is celebrating a key milestone in our atrial fibrillation programme.

Over the past 6 months we have been supporting NHS England’s national rollout of mobile ECG devices and providing technology across the east of England to prevent 500 strokes and save 125 more lives. This is all part of the national drive to improve the detection of atrial fibrillation, the most common heart rhythm disorder.

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June Patient e-News 2018

Here are all the updates from us for this month.

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Islanders have the chance to be checked for irregular heart rhythms

People in Jersey have the chance to get their hearts checked for free today as part of World Heart Rhythm Week.

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World Heart Rhythm Week 2018 - Take Fainting to Heart

The first Heart Rhythm Week pioneered by the Arrhythmia Alliance UK was celebrated in 2004. The organization has been actively striving through its campaigns to promote early diagnosis and treatment as well as improve quality of life of persons affected by arrhythmias.

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The good doctors guide: Meet the best heart rhythm surgeons in Britain and learn the cutting-edge treatments used to correct deadly flutters

What are the hallmarks of a good doctor? Skill and technical expertise, of course. But also vital is someone who understands you and someone you trust.

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