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Cardiac Rhythm News - 27 June 2018
Here is the latest edition of the Cardiac Rhythm News.
A Doctor Said It Was All In Her Head
Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles is ecstatic about leading the Philadelphia Eagles to victory, but that's not the triumph he celebrates daily. He gives that medal to his wife, Tori Foles, for what he calls her "amazing strength" in fighting a little-known disorder called postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome, or POTS.
Milestone Pharmaceuticals Announces Launch of OutsmartPSVT.com Supporting Patients with PSVT, a Common and Underdiagnosed Heart Disorder
A clinical stage cardiovascular company, today announced the launch of OutsmartPSVT.com, a new educational online resource for patients living with a recurring and sporadic heart arrhythmia called paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia (PSVT).
French medtech company develops AI to help treat atrial fibrillation
A French medtech company has developed AI software to help cardiologists treat atrial fibrillation (AF) and cardiac surgeons perform open-heart ...
Cardiac Rhythm News - 15 June 2018
The latest news from Cardiac Rhythm News
Algorithm can accurately detect atrial fibrillation and differentiate from sinus rhythm
The algorithm (Kardiaband, AliveCor) for atrial fibrillation (AF) detection, when supported by physician review can accurately differentiate AF from sinus rhythm (SR).
June Medical e-News 2018
See what has been going on this month and what is coming up all here.
Cleveland Clinic receives $3.7 million grant from AHA for atrial fibrillation research
The American Heart Association (AHA) has awarded Cleveland Clinic a $3.7 million grant for atrial fibrillation research. The four-year, competitive ...
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.
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.