While the Atrial Fibrillation Resolution will make a difference in our knowledge and understanding of afib, there is so much more that we can do. My dream is that, by aggregating lots of data (not individually identifiable) from those with afib across the world, we can identify clusters of things that individual doctors may not see and can get those factors added to the research agenda.
You can help, while at the same time helping yourself and your doctors, by using the myLifeLog tool that has been made available to StopAfib.org and the afib community by the developer, Rule90 Technologies. With myLifeLog, you can enter your afib information and medical history to share with your healthcare providers and keep it updated for sharing at each appointment. You can also enter and track your PT/INR values and designate (and revoke) providers who can access your information online for your medical appointments.
To learn more and access the myLifeLog tool, go to:
New Tool Lets You Track Your Atrial Fibrillation Patient Experiences
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