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Collaboration is key – three heart charities join forces to help prevent leading causes of death and disability by launching virtual Patient Educational Days as alternative to “Dr Google”

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World-renowned doctors deliver over 200 hours of first-class education at virtual heart rhythm and sudden cardiac death congress

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Leading UK-based charity STARS recognises pioneering healthcare professionals & hospitals working to reduce misdiagnosis and sudden cardiac death

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New: Bramox® 10 mg (midodrine hydrochloride) tablets

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Notification of new licensed presentation of Bramox® (midodrine hydrochloride) tablets Bramox® 10 mg tablets

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DO YOU LISTEN TO YOUR HEART? IT COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE!

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Success of Arrhythmia Alliance Detection of AF at COVID-19 vaccination centres scheme shows value of using every opportunity to DETECT AF in people aged 65 or older

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Thousands of children mis-diagnosed with epilepsy and suffering with RAS now have access to BMA award winning educational materials produced by STARS Charity.

STARS ‘Jack has RAS’ information booklet has been Highly Commended in the 2019 BMA Patient Information Awards.

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Professor Nick Linker Becomes An Arrhythmia Alliance Trustee

Professor Nick Linker Becomes An Arrhythmia Alliance Trustee

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Take your places for the Heart Rhythm Congress

The annual Heart Rhythm Congress, which takes place this year between 7-10 October at the ICC in Birmingham, is the largest gathering of arrhythmia specialists and patients of its kind in the UK, with over 3000 delegates, exhibitors and patient visitors.

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