A large Swedish cohort study suggests that when it come to risk of atrial fibrillation, there are differences in the way women and men respond to endurance training.
A new study finds that higher caffeine intake may decrease the risk of patients developing new onset atrial fibrillation.
Overestimating the bleeding risk of anticoagulants may lead to poor compliance.
Many kidney disease patients with atrial fibrillation are not treated with anticoagulation, increasing their risk of stroke.
Evidence-based revisions to the AHA/ACC/HRS guidelines will affect management of your patients with atrial fibrillation. Do you know how? Find out with a quick quiz.
Andexxa, CABANA, and new AF score. Cardiologist and Patient Care author Payal Kohli, MD, highlights 3 pivotal developments from 2018.
From "Danger of sepsis" to "Birthday today," the EHR covers it all. Will a popup on prescribing anticoagulation catch on?
Use of opioids in therapeutic doses in a large population of young veterans was linked to new-onset atrial fibrillation in a study reported at the AHA Scientific Sessions 2018.
A 20-year observational study of nearly 7000 elite athletes found only 0.3% developed atrial fibrillation. Is it time to think differently?
A new study reveals the notable impact of the variation in published stroke rates on the net clinical benefit of anticoagulation in atrial fibrillation.