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Cerebrovascular Diseases

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Implantable cardiac monitoring devices now detect "silent" AF. But now that we "hear" it, what should we do?

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A signal for increased risk of hemorrhage when the NOAC is coadministered with 2 statins comes as a surprise to some.

Tachy-brady syndrome can be a particular management challenge in an elderly patient. How would you manage Mrs Robertson?

Concurrence of AF and SSS is common in older patients and presents a treatment conundrum. Can you balance safety and efficacy in this patient?

Catch up on current guideline recommendations in this quick question and answer with Kaiser Permanente cardiologist Payal Kohli, MD.

Drivers with AF hospitalized after a car accident are at greater risk of death than those without AF. Who gets a red light?

Is prevalence of atrial fibrillation higher in men or women? Which sex is more likely to be asymptomatic? At higher risk for stroke?

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