The objective of the statement was to review and discuss medications that may cause or exacerbate arrhythmias.
The aim of the study was to use real-world data to compare the risk of cardiac events in new users of azithromycin vs amoxicillin.
More research is needed to assess whether the relationship observed between arterial stiffness and symptom burden in atrial fibrillation is specific to this condition.
Increasing burden of atrial fibrillation in HFpEF was found to be associated with lower left atrial compliance and mechanics.
A yoga intervention is associated with reductions in symptomatic AF, nonsymptomatic AF, and asymptomatic AF episodes and in depression and anxiety.
Extrathoracic placement of a subcutaneous ICD was found to be noninferior to transvenous ICD in terms of device-related complications and the incidence of inappropriate shocks in patients with an indication for an ICD but no indication for pacing.
Serum levels of magnesium may not be associated with arrhythmia burden in older adults.
Anterior-oriented epicardial puncture may reduce the risk for complications related to punctures during epicardial ablation procedures for ventricular arrhythmias.
Individualized treatment optimization is needed for the prevention of stroke in patients with atrial fibrillation.
Alcohol abuse independently increases the risk for mortality in patients with arrhythmia by more than 70 percent.