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Atrial fibrillation: an emerging epidemic?
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    Age is the key factor

    Dear Editor

    One of the main concerns is that the incidence of atrial fibrillation increase with age; almost doubling every decade in adult life.[1] Although, there are various options available for the management of this very common condition, the main hurdle that we have to overcome in clinical practice is the age factor. Many of them develop side effects to the antiarrhytmic drugs which has been well documented in...

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