Friday Roundup – November 13, 2015
Do you have an arrhythmia, or do you care for someone who does?
We’re going to roundup any arrhythmia-related news, events and stories that catch our eye, to help you stay on top of the latest information.
Read about the Paceline Charity ride, a fundraiser for cardiac arrhythmia research happening in Canberra, Australia.
Healthy lifestyle helped in her recovery, but it didn’t prevent Susan from needing surgery to prevent an arrhythmia or sudden cardiac arrest.
This researcher is studying the difference between men and women who receive implantable cardiac devices like pacemaker and defibrillators.
This piece on heart-related deaths in high school athletes reminded us of the work CANet investigators Dr. Andrew Krahn, Dr. Robert Hamilton and Dr. Derek Exner are doing regarding undiagnosed heart conditions and sudden cardiac arrest.
And finally, if you missed it earlier this week, here’s a profile of Dr. William McIntyre, a researcher who is investigating atrial fibrillation (a kind of arrhythmia) that occurs with stress.