Harvard Heart Letter

Heart Beat: Some leniency on heart rate control in atrial fibrillation

Controlling heart rate is one strategy for managing atrial fibrillation. Keeping the heart rate below a more lenient number of beats per minute may be just as effective as aiming for a lower number.
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