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May 19

Two novel studies, presented at the Heart Rhythm Society Meeting,

Two novel studies, presented at the Heart Rhythm Society Meeting, have revealed that heart rate and anticoagulation control could possibly contribute towards the relationship between atrial fibrillation and dementia. The studies reported that patients with higher average heart rates had lower dementia risk and that warfarin–treated patients with the greatest time spent within the therapeutic range were less likely to develop dementia.

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