[Outpatient treatment of recurrent atrial fibrillation with the "pill-in-the-pocket" approach: practical aspects].


In patients with not very frequent episodes of atrial fibrillation (AF), highly symptomatic for palpitation, hemodynamically well tolerated but long enough to require emergency room (ER) intervention, the best outpatient treatment appears to be the "pill-in-the-pocket" approach. In several studies, in-hospital administration of flecainide or propafenone in… (More)


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