Cover: The future of anticoagulation management in atrial fibrillation in Europe

The future of anticoagulation management in atrial fibrillation in Europe

An assessment of today's challenges with recommendations for the future: Annexes

Published Jun 1, 2015

by Catherine A. Lichten, Sophie Castle-Clarke, Catriona Manville, Veronika Horvath, Enora Robin, Joachim Krapels, Sarah Parks, Megan Sim, Olga van Zijverden, Joanna Chataway

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As heart arrhythmia atrial fibrillation (AF) is becoming more prevalent, we explored current and future landscapes for AF-related stroke prevention. Our recommendations target awareness, education and maintaining engagement across health services. This annexes document contains study methods and detailed results.

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