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Lecture 5 ( Updates on the management of Atrial Fibrillation in the ED) Post Activity Assessment
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- Patients who are otherwise healthy presented with new onset AF are always eligible for electric cardioversion
- New onset AF (and paroxysmal AF) often spontaneously reverts to normal sinus rhythm, with the incidence of reversion related to the duration of the arrhythmia:
Flecainide is “Pill in the Pocket Medicine”:CorrectIncorrect
Delayed cardioversion and anticoagulation is not reasonable for patients who have an associated mitral valve disease, significant cardiomyopathy, heart failure, a prior history of a thromboembolic event:CorrectIncorrect