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Atrial Fibrillation is a very common co-morbidity in patients with Heart Failure. In patients with HF but no prior history of clinically overt AF, subclinical AF of 1 hour or greater in duration is common (>10% of patients) and is associated with an increased risk of HF hospitalization. The study will aim to identify this subclinical AF to see whether it has impact on patient hospitalizations for heart failure.

Study Type

Observational

Study Design

Multicentre, prospective cohort study in patients with a history of HF

NO. of Countries

1

NO. of Sites

5

NO. of Participants

1014

Study Period

2020-2022

Sponsor

PHRI

PHRI Internal Grant

Heart and Stroke Foundation

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