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SEPTEMBER IS AF AWARENESS MONTH

Learn About Your Monitoring and Treatment Options

AF MONITORING & TREATMENT

Atrial fibrillation (also referred to as AF or Afib) is a common condition in which the upper chambers of the heart, or atria, fibrillate. This means that they beat very fast and irregularly so the heart can’t pump blood effectively to the rest of the body, and could lead to future health problems. In the COVID-19 environment, hospitals are still the safest place to be in the case of a medical emergency. If your Afib (atrial fibrillation) worsens or you are experiencing another medical emergency, please do not hesitate to call 911.

The American Heart Association and the American Stroke Association have pulled together a number of resources to help address any concerns you may have about a potential hospital visit.

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION
Learn why hospitals are still the safest place for heart and stroke emergencies, even in a pandemic.

AMERICAN STROKE ASSOCIATION
This four-part podcast series explores the potential impact of COVID-19 on stroke survivors and their caregivers.

In honor of AF Awareness Month, learn more about your monitoring and treatment options to unlock answers and live your best life.

DO YOU HAVE ATRIAL FIBRILLATION?

Is your atrial fibrillation well-managed? Learn how long-term, continual heart monitoring can help inform your physician on your AF to guide treatment decisions.

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Play Video This will play a video - AF patient Josh

Watch as Josh tells his story about how his AF was detected and treated.

TREATING ATRIAL FIBRILLATION

Learn how