Atrial fibrillation: from atrial extrasystoles to atrial cardiomyopathy - what have we learned from basic science and interventional procedures?

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Atrial fibrillation (AF) is associated with reduced quality of life and increased risk of heart failure, stroke and mortality, and thus is not a harmless arrhythmia. Many treatment strategies for other cardiovascular diseases have evolved and gained acceptance for widespread use; however, the corresponding dissemination of new technologies or lifesaving… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/joim.12477

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@article{BlomstrmLundqvist2016AtrialFF, title={Atrial fibrillation: from atrial extrasystoles to atrial cardiomyopathy - what have we learned from basic science and interventional procedures?}, author={Carina M Blomstr{\"{o}m-Lundqvist}, journal={Journal of internal medicine}, year={2016}, volume={279 5}, pages={406-11} }