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Tags: atrial fibrillation


Blood thinners may prevent dementia in atrial fibrillation patients–or they may not


HealthDay’s story on ablation for atrial fibrillation: wisely cautious, but needed more on study limitations


Philadelphia Inquirer highlights FDA “loophole” allowing use of heart device without testing


New Blood Thinner May Outperform Warfarin for Irregular Heartbeat