AFib Technology
Dr. Percy Francisco Morales
Dr. Percy Francisco Morales
April 24, 2019
Over the years, the emergence of wearable devices and other at-home technology has become easily accessible – including AFib technology.

Latest Awareness Content

AFib and Caffeine: Is Caffeine Safe and How Much Is Too Much With AFib?

Is It Safe to Have Caffeine With AFib?

Being a stimulant, caffeine is sometimes considered an AFib trigger, but recent studies into AFib and caffeine reveal good news for coffee lovers.
by Brenda Vanta and Jeffrey Redekopp on October 16, 2017
Paroxysmal AFib

What Is Paroxysmal Atrial Fibrillation?

Sometimes, paroxysmal AFib is caused by a different condition, such as hyperthyroidism or hypertension. Learn more about this condition here.
by Krystina Ostermeyer on September 28, 2017
AFib vs. VFib

Atrial Fibrillation Versus Ventricular Fibrillation – What Is the Difference?

Atrial fibrillation (AFib) and ventricular fibrillation (VFib) may sound alike, but they are a lot different. Learn differences of AFib vs VFib here.
by Krystina Ostermeyer on September 19, 2017
Is Atrial Fibrillation Fatal?

Is Atrial Fibrillation Fatal?

AFib is a serious diagnosis and while this condition isn't fatal in itself, it can lead to potentially fatal life-threatening complications.
by Krystina Ostermeyer on July 20, 2017
Types of AFib

The Different Types of Atrial Fibrillation

There are several difference types of atrial fibrillation requiring different treatments. Learn more about the many forms of AFib.
by Krystina Ostermeyer on June 20, 2017
Atrial Fibrillation Patient

When the Healthcare Professional Becomes the Patient

As an exercise physiologist I understood the symptoms of AFib, but my own experience as an atrial fibrillation patient showed me the emotional aspects.
by Jeffrey Redekopp on April 10, 2017
Silent AFib

Is It Possible to Have AFib Without Symptoms?

Silent AFib becomes a larger problem because there is no symptoms and goes undetected — which increases the risk for stroke dramatically.
by Krystina Ostermeyer on March 8, 2017
AFib Memory Loss

Research Shows AFibbers More Likely to Suffer Mental Decline

Research suggests AFib memory loss is a common occurance: sufferers may have an increased risk of dementia and general mental decline.
by Krystina Ostermeyer on February 22, 2017
Sleep Apnea and Atrial Fibrillation

Is There a Link Between Sleep Apnea and Atrial Fibrillation?

Sleep apnea and atrial fibrillation have a cause-and-effect relationship: 40-50 percent of patients with AFib also have obstructive sleep apnea!
by Travis Van Slooten on January 10, 2017
AFib and Stroke

How You Can Reduce Your Risk of Stroke

There is a high correlation of AFib and stroke risk. Learn how the two are linked so you can take steps to minimize your risk.
by Krystina Ostermeyer on October 11, 2016