"Fixing" Atrial Fibrillation Earlier Would Benefit Millions of Canadians

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CANet Network Investigators Dr. Jason Andrade and Dr. Allan Skanes, along with Industry Partners Allison Rubino (Clinical Research Manager, Medtronic Canada) and Kris Shah (President, Baylis Medical), discuss the ways CANet is working to improve atrial fibrillation treatment and care.
Read all about it in this feature article written by the Networks of Centres of Excellence: “Fixing” Atrial Fibrillation Earlier Would Benefit Millions of Canadians.

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  1. beverly clarke

    I had a stroke Dec 24th, 2015 due to atrial fibleration causing a blood clot in my heart. I am now on blood thinners and apparently I am in A fib all the time. I have repeatedly asked to use the ablation method but was told I am not a candidate for this now. I don’t understand why not ans was wondering if you could explain this to me.

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