AF Association News & Events
Continued Anticoagulation in Resolved AFib May Help Reduce Stroke Risk
An analysis of 2 retrospective studies published in BMJ suggests that patients with a history of atrial fibrillation (AF) are at a higher risk for stroke or ...
NUI Galway medtech spin-out raises €2.5m in EU funding
Persistent atrial fibrillation, an irregular heartbeat, affects around 10 million patients across Europe and is associated with direct healthcare costs in the ...
NPA-backed pilot aims to test 2000 pharmacy patients for hypertension
Twelve pharmacies across Essex are aiming to screen 2,000 patients for hypertension and atrial fibrillation (AF) as part of a National Pharmacy ...
Magnesium Deficiency: 6 Signs That Your Body Is Not Getting Enough Magnesium
Arrhythmia (irregular heartbeats). Arrhythmias or irregular heartbeats have become extremely common in people these days. And the most important ...
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 ...
EP on EP: CABANA with Dr Douglas Packer
Nothing at Heart Rhythm 2018 generated more interest than the Late-Breaking Clinical Trial presentations including the long-anticipated results from the CABANA (Catheter Ablation versus Antiarrhythmic Drug Therapy for Atrial Fibrillation) Trial.
Cardiac Rhythm News - 15 June 2018
The latest news from Cardiac Rhythm News
NICE is looking for people with personal experience of atrial fibrillation monitoring after a stroke of unknown cause to help develop guidance for the NHS.
NICE (the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) is looking for people with personal experience of atrial fibrillation monitoring after a stroke of unknown cause to help develop guidance for the NHS. The technologies being looked at provide heart beat monitoring after someone has had a stroke, to check whether the stroke could be due to undiagnosed atrial fibrillation.
June Medical e-News 2018
See what has been going on this month and what is coming up all here.
'Take fainting seriously', say ambulance chiefs
REGIONAL ambulance bosses are urging people to take cases of fainting seriously.