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September 22, 2008
We evaluated the effects of rate control treatment versus sinus rhythm restoration and maintenance in patients with persistent atrial fibrillation in a substudy of the Rate Control Versus Electrical Cardioversion (RACE) trial.
Rhythm control treatment was associated with greater cardiovascular morbidity and mortality in women. Because treatment did not improve quality of life in these patients, rate control may be considered as first-choice therapy for women.
September 08, 2008
We conducted a substudy of the Rate Control Versus Electrical Cardioversion (RACE) study to evaluate cardiovascular morbidity, mortality, and the outcome of rate and rhythm control treatment in subjects with and without hypertension with persistent atrial fibrillation.
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