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|Title:||How and when to screen for atrial fibrillation after stroke: Insights from insertable cardiac monitoring devices.|
|Authors:||Bridge, Francesca;Thijs, Vincent|
|Citation:||Journal of Stroke 2016; 18(2):121-128|
|Abstract:||The introduction of insertable cardiac monitoring devices has dramatically altered our understanding of the role of intermittent atrial fibrillation in cryptogenic stroke. In this narrative review we discuss the incidence, timing and relationship between atrial fibrillation and cryptogenic stroke, how to select patients for monitoring and the value and limitations of different monitoring strategies. We also discuss the role of empirical anticoagulation, and atrial fibrillation burden as a means of tailoring anticoagulation in patients at high risk of bleeding.|
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