AF Burden Before and After Ablation: How Much is Too Much and How Do You Know For Sure?

AF Burden Before and After Ablation: How Much is Too Much and How Do You Know For Sure?

  • Posted Feb 21, 2014
  • Rishi Anand, MD

Dr. Rishi Anand on Medscape CME Course

For physicians - a new free CME course is now available on Medscape. Click on the following link and complete a quick free registration with Medscape if you do not already subscribe to it, and it will take you directly to the course. The course was recorded at Boston AF in Orlando and is active until February 19, 2015: AF Burden Before and After Ablation: How Much is Too Much and How Do You Know For Sure?


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