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‘The magnitude of these associations were large and clinically important,’ the authors create. Related StoriesUsing technology to protect diabetics from foot amputations: an interview with Heleen Kist, HCi ViocareSpotting the symptoms of advanced prostate malignancy: an interview with Brian TomlinsonIdentifying obstructive coronary artery disease in women: an interview with Dr. Ladapo, NYU School of MedicinePrevious research have suggested that inadequate wellness literacy is linked to worse knowledge of proper health behaviors and lower adherence to medical instructions; that despite access to health care the quality of medical encounters could be compromised when healthcare providers usually do not communicate at a rate that is understood; and that patient education materials could be too complex or written at too high a level to be helpful.Sanjiv Narayan and team found that AF is sustained by localized resources or electric disturbances in the heart called rotors or focal impulses, which the authors liken to hurricanes or the ‘eye of the storm.’ It really is these sources that Company pinpoints for ablation. Related StoriesMarriage position linked to survival outcomes following cardiac surgeryRaising lupus awareness: an interview with Professor Ramsey-Goldman, MDMultimodality at the guts for Advanced Biomedical Imaging: an interview with Professor Mark Lythgoe, UCL’We are very excited by this trial, which for the very first time implies that AF is managed by little electrical hotspots, where brief FIRM guided ablation can shut down the arrhythmia and provide the heart back again to a standard rhythm after only moments of ablation,’ commented Narayan in a press statement.