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Restoring normal rhythm led to improved exercise capacity, Dr. Elshazly says. This (study) provides mechanistic evidence that a rhythmcontrol strategy may potentially improve peak exercise capacity and survival, a finding that requires future prospective appraisal in this patient population.
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