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ESC 2017: News Flutter With AFib Data

Executive Summary

Atrial fibrillation is always a hot topic at cardiology conferences and this year's European Society of Cardiology Congress in Barcelona was no exception. The meeting highlighted data from a spate of key clinical studies providing more insight into this heart condition, including the CASTLE-AF and CAPTAF studies, which further affirmed the benefits of catheter ablation. Outcomes were also reported from REHEARSE-AF and AFFIRM.

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