Lone atrial fibrillation: what is known and what is to come

Atrial fibrillation (AF) is the most prevalent sustained cardiac arrhythmia in adults, affecting around 1% of general population. Atrial fibrillation is commonly associated with structural heart disease and is a major cause of significant cardiovascular morbidity and mortality. This video discusses the paper in the April issue of the International Journal of Clinical Practice ‘Lone atrial fibrillation: what is known and what is to come’ by TS Potpara and GYH Lip. Read the paper: onlinelibrary.wiley.com

One Response to “Lone atrial fibrillation: what is known and what is to come”

  • HarryTrumansGhost:

    Read “Collateral Damage: A Patient, a New Procedure and the Learning Curve” by Dan Walter (on Amazon) to learn about catheter ablation for atrial fibrillation.

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