Atrial fibrillation is an arrhythmia that patients often live with for many years. It requires many types of treatment for control and carries the risk of stroke and other complications. This study seeks to examine how patients are being treated in the real world and what their outcomes are with the current treatments being used. There is no investigational product. The patient and physician will decide on treatment and report outcomes.
In general, this study is looking for participants who:
- Have been diagnosed with atrial fibrillation
- Are being seen for their a.fib at least every six months
- Can read and understand English
Soufian AlMahameed, M.D
Diana Talmadge, RN
Clinical Research Nurse