AF outcomes are still bad. Here's 6 tips for managing it
Atrial fibrillation is linked to a growing proportion of acute ischaemic stroke and worse outcomes, according to an analysis of more than 900,000 stroke patients.
The US study found about 20% of stroke patients had AF in 2014, up from about 16% in 2003.
And these patients were more likely to die than those without AF.