More than 33 million people and counting suffer from Afib1. It’s not an inconvenience. It’s a crisis.
How serious is atrial fibrillation (Afib)? Left untreated, it increases a patient's risk of stroke by 5 times2 and reduces life expectancy3. But for your patients who are living with Afib, there’s a reason to be optimistic: concomitant treatment through surgical treatment options eliminates Afib in 84% of patients4, extends life expectancy3, and improves quality of life5.