Drinking too much alcohol in a given week can put AFib patients at an increased risk of stroke, embolism and other significant health issues.
The study, published in the Journal of Internal Medicine, explored data from a massive patient registry in Sweden.
Blood clots are unusually common—and quite fatal—among patients hospitalized with COVID-19.
The study, published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, included data from nearly 374,000 adult patients.
Anticoagulation therapies are an important part of treating COVID-19 patients—but there appears to be no benefit to taking a more aggressive approach.
Long-term anticoagulation can be recommended for AFib patients 90 years old and older, according to new research.
Experiencing a stroke while your body is already battling COVID-19 can be especially dangerous, this new study suggests.
The researchers emphasized the value of green leafy vegetables, yellow vegetables, whole grains, coffee, tea and wine.
"In patients with COVID-19, we continue to see a relentless, self-amplifying cycle of inflammation and clotting in the body," one researcher said.
The newly approved solution was designed for the treatment of patients with PAD in the superficial femoral artery and proximal popliteal artery.
The journal is expected to begin publishing by early 2021.
The approval comes after Medtronic reported the successful results of a clinical study focused on 200 patients.