Smart phone device picks up AF in remote indigenous communities

Cardiologists and researchers are turning to their mobile phones in an effort to reduce the prevalence of atrial fibrillation-related stroke in Aboriginal people living in outback Australia. Speaking to the limbic, cardiologist Professor Ben Freedman from the Charles Perkins Centre and Heart Research Institute at the University of Sydney said ischaemic stroke affects one in 25 ...

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