Clinical scores for outcomes of rhythm control or arrhythmia progression in patients with atrial fibrillation: a systematic review

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Clinical scores for outcomes of rhythm control or arrhythmia progression in patients with atrial fibrillation: a systematic review. / Deng, Hai; Bai, Ying; Shantsila, Alena; Fauchier, Laurent; Potpara, Tatjana S.; Lip, Gregory Y. H.

In: Clinical Research in Cardiology, Vol. 106, No. 10, 10.2017, p. 813–823.

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title = "Clinical scores for outcomes of rhythm control or arrhythmia progression in patients with atrial fibrillation: a systematic review",
abstract = "Patients with atrial fibrillation (AF) are commonly managed with rhythm control strategy, but the natural history of this common arrhythmia leads itself to progression from paroxysmal to persistent or permanent AF, and recurrences are evident despite rhythm control treatments using cardioversion or catheter ablation. Numerous clinical factors have been associated with outcomes of rhythm control or arrhythmia progression in patients with AF. The more common factors have been used to formulate risk stratification scores, to help predict the outcomes of rhythm control treatments or AF progression. This review article provides an overview on the published clinical risk scores related to outcomes of rhythm control strategy or AF progression.",
keywords = "Atrial fibrillation, Rhythm control, Cardioversion, Catheter ablation ",
author = "Hai Deng and Ying Bai and Alena Shantsila and Laurent Fauchier and Potpara, {Tatjana S.} and Lip, {Gregory Y. H.}",
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AU - Potpara, Tatjana S.

AU - Lip, Gregory Y. H.

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N2 - Patients with atrial fibrillation (AF) are commonly managed with rhythm control strategy, but the natural history of this common arrhythmia leads itself to progression from paroxysmal to persistent or permanent AF, and recurrences are evident despite rhythm control treatments using cardioversion or catheter ablation. Numerous clinical factors have been associated with outcomes of rhythm control or arrhythmia progression in patients with AF. The more common factors have been used to formulate risk stratification scores, to help predict the outcomes of rhythm control treatments or AF progression. This review article provides an overview on the published clinical risk scores related to outcomes of rhythm control strategy or AF progression.

AB - Patients with atrial fibrillation (AF) are commonly managed with rhythm control strategy, but the natural history of this common arrhythmia leads itself to progression from paroxysmal to persistent or permanent AF, and recurrences are evident despite rhythm control treatments using cardioversion or catheter ablation. Numerous clinical factors have been associated with outcomes of rhythm control or arrhythmia progression in patients with AF. The more common factors have been used to formulate risk stratification scores, to help predict the outcomes of rhythm control treatments or AF progression. This review article provides an overview on the published clinical risk scores related to outcomes of rhythm control strategy or AF progression.

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KW - Rhythm control

KW - Cardioversion

KW - Catheter ablation

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