Within the first 4 months of diagnosis of atrial fibrillation, the most common cause of cardiovascular deaths are coronary artery disease (22%), heart failure (14%), and ischemic stroke (10%). After… [ Get More Details ]
Atrial fibrillation prevalence doubles with age
Atrial fibrillation prevalence doubles with each decade of age—reaching close to 9% by age 80.
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