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Even in patients who have symptoms more than six months.

‘Patients who more than six months more than six months to find the exemption either with conservative treatment or surgery, but they can not benefit those who had those who had symptoms for six months or less harvesting surgery still has significant advantages compared with non-surgical treatment, even in patients who have symptoms more than six months. ‘.

In an accompanying Comment, David Brieger and Ben Freedman from Concord Hospital, University of Sydney in Australia, Atrial fibrillation is the most common sustained cardiac arrhythmia, and is a doubling of. Mortality associated. Particularly in the first 4 months of diagnosis. With this condition, few would against the assertion that an ounce prevention is worth a pound of cure is to argue. This forecast model is the first step in this direction. .