Fast Five Quiz: Stroke Prevention in Atrial Fibrillation

Brian Silver, MD


September 10, 2019

Oral anticoagulation is the therapy of choice for primary and secondary stroke prevention in patients with AFib and any of the known additional risk factors. Asymptomatic patients < 65 years with AFib and none of the other risk factors are at a low risk and either should be treated with aspirin or should not be treated at all.

For more information about anticoagulation in patients with AFib, go here.

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