New guidelines update treatment of atrial fibrillation

Changes include adding new clot-preventing drugs and using less aspirin.

If you have atrial fibrillation (also called afib), your doctor may recommend changes to your treatment based on recently updated guidelines for managing this common heart disorder.

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