how recurrent atrial fibrillation patients are treated

New research will shift how recurrent atrial fibrillation patients are treated.

For years, cardiologists focused on treating recurrent atrial fibrillation by controlling heart RHYTHM with antiarrhythmics...amiodarone...sotalol...quinidine... procainamide...etc.

Now more emphasis will be placed on long-term control of heart RATE with verapamil...diltiazem...beta-blockers...or digoxin.

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