New Guidelines For Atrial Fibrillation

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Treatment of Atrial Fibrillation, the most prevalent type of heart arrhythmia seen by cardiologists, is getting a fresh look by cardiologists following the release of new medication guidelines. In this Matters of the Heart discussion between Pentucket Medical cardiologists Kenneth Adams and Seth Bilazarian, various aspects of a complex topic are brought to light and clarified. A topic of interest to all who are managing Atrial Fibrillation.

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Errol Brown says:

These educated brilliant people are treating this as a heart problem but
the reality is this is a symptom of an underlying condition. It seems all
these doctors get all their information on what to tell patients from the
same source. They have guidelines which is what big corporations have to
all be on the same page. The medical industry has become an organized well
oiled machine controlled by the AMA and its controlling interest the
pharmacutecal industry. The name of the game is not to heal but to treat.
Get this, a digestive system that does not digest food properly can be a
source of irritation for the vegus nerve, the same nerve that controls the
heart. Inflammation can create nerve problems that manifest itself as afib.
Not a heart problem, a digestive problem.Low stomach acids, h pylori,bad
bacteria, poor probiotics caused by doctors giving you antibiotics or birth
control pills that destroy good bacteria, leaky gut, inflammed
colon,IBS,are just some of the colon conditions that can cause afib. Either
doctors do not know this or they ignore it, either they are corrupt or
ignorant, and all the brilliance in the word can not make up for that.
Doctors indirectly create conditions by treating other conditions. Doctors
are the opposite of healers, doctors are creators of disease that require
even more drugs, even more office visits and even more procedures that all
equals more money for them at your expense of course.?

Soren Russow says:

What happened to the audio??

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