Features January 2007 Issue

The Atrial Fibrillation “Revolution”

Patient hopes rise as more are treated for a common heart-rhythm problem.

A revolution, says Andrea Natale, M.D. at Cleveland Clinic, as he describes what’s new over the past five years in the way he treats atrial fibrillation (AFib), a heart rhythm disorder that afflicts more than five million Americans.

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