Working to provide information, support and access to established, new or innovative treatments for Atrial Fibrillation (AF)
HEART RHYTHM CONGRESS DEBATES NEED FOR SCREENING OF UNKNOWN OR UNDIAGNOSED ATRIAL FIBRILLATION (AF)
Thursday 13 October, Heart Rhythm Congress, Birmingham, UK: Many of the world’s leading authorities on the management and treatment of atrial fibrillation (AF) met at the Heart Rhythm Congress to debate the latest evidence supporting the value of screening for people with unknown AF.
UK’S LEADING HEART RHYTHM CHARITY AND CARDIAC SPECIALISTS CALL FOR AN URGENT RETHINK BY NHS ENGLAND ON ITS PILOT TECHNOLOGY EVALUATION PROCESS
Thursday 13 October: Birmingham, UK: Arrhythmia Alliance, the UK’s leading heart rhythm charity, and many of the UK’s leading cardiac specialists are calling on NHS England to reconsider its ‘Commissioning through Evaluation’ process, which as of next month will leave hundreds of AF (Atrial Fibrillation) patients at serious risk of suffering a debilitating AF-related stroke.
International Heart Rhythm Congress Calls For Urgent Action To Prevent Thousands of Unnecessary Deaths From Arrhythmias
Thursday 29 September, World Heart Day, Birmingham, UK: Over 3,000 heart rhythm experts and healthcare professionals from around the world will converge on the ICC, Birmingham, for the annual Heart Rhythm Congress (HRC), 9-12 October, the UK's largest educational congress devoted solely to heart rhythm disorders.
How to manage your heart health
It is not always possible to prevent an arrhythmia developing, although a healthy lifestyle can lower your risk of developing an arrhythmia, as well as being a benefit if you already suffer with one.
Real life stories where AliveCor has picked up on conditions and helped save peoples lives
Arrhythmia Alliance and its sister charities carried out a trial using over 1500 AliveCor Kardia handheld ECG monitors. As a result many patients have been diagnosed with an arrhythmia after years being unable to capture symptoms.