Atrial fibrillation, or AF, is the most common type of heart rhythm abnormality in which the heart beats too fast, too slow, or with an irregular rhythm. This causes blood to pool in the chambers of the heart, which can lead to blood clots that can break loose and travel to the brain, causing a stroke. Thus, patients with AF are at an increased risk of stroke. To reduce this risk, AF patients are often treated with blood thinners. But the decision to prescribe anticoagulants to AF patients is a gamble, says Dr. John Mandrola, in an editorial for Medscape. “The drugs ... Read More
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