Opportunistic detection of atrial fibrillation in subjects aged 65 years or older in primare care: a randomised clinical trial of efficacy. DOFA-AP study protocol.

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Opportunistic detection of atrial fibrillation in subjects aged 65 years or older in primare care: a randomised clinical trial of efficacy. DOFA-AP study protocol.

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Título: Opportunistic detection of atrial fibrillation in subjects aged 65 years or older in primare care: a randomised clinical trial of efficacy. DOFA-AP study protocol.
Autor: Luis Á Pérula-de-Torres; Miguel Á Martínez-Adell; Virginia González-Blanco; José M Baena-Díez; Enrique Martín-Rioboó; Juan M Parras-Rejano; Jesús González-Lama; Remedios Martín-Alvarez; Ruiz-Moral, Roger; José Á Fernández-García; Modesto Pérez-Díaz; Joaquin Ruiz-de-Castroviejo; Carlos Pérula-de-Torres; Antonio Valero-Martín; Ana Roldán-Villalobos; Margarita Criado-Larumbe; Emili Burdoy-Joaquín; Montserrat Coma-Solé; Mercè Cervera-León; Lluís Cuixart-Costa
Resumen: Clinical Practice Guidelines recommend using peripheral blood pulse measuring as a screening test for Atrial Fibrillation. However, there is no adequate evidence supporting the efficacy of such procedure in primary care clinical practice. This paper describes a study protocol designed to verify whether early opportunistic screening for Atrial Fibrillation by measuring blood pulse is more effective than regular practice in subjects aged 65 years attending primary care centers.
Identificador universal: http://hdl.handle.net/10641/1041
Fecha: 2012


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