a-fib


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a-fib

(ā′fĭb′)
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And finally, do note that many people may have some form of a-fib but may not be aware of an abnormal heartbeat.
A-fib is more common in men, tall people and the elderly.
Those who suffer from chronic A-Fib also suffer a risk of death.
Pericardiectomy was performed with a postoperative course complicated with A-fib with rapid ventricular response.
The specialists at The Heart Institute are experienced at diagnosing and treating A-Fib with the latest procedures, techniques and technologies.
A literature search showed several cases of accident-induced A-Fib; one case pinpointed the car accident as the cause of the A-Fib 3 years after the accident The A-Fib, which was irreversible with shock or chemical cardioversion, was ablated and the patient stayed in sinus rhythm and was recovering well up to the point of the second car accident.
that accurately detected A-fib with 95 percent accuracy.
Every cardiologist in the world knows that A-fib and atrial tissue disease are intertwined.
Atrial fibrillation, often called A-fib, is the most common form of irregular heartbeat.
Despite several attempts of cardioversion and two ablations, my heart went from alternating between normal rhythm and A-fib to constant A-fib despite massive dosages of Toprol-XL and amiodarone.
Our experience with the first generation devices demonstrated that LAA closure can benefit A-Fib patients at risk for stroke by enabling them to discontinue Warfarin while reducing the risk of stroke," he said.