Resident's Guide - Atrial Fibrillation

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Everything YOU need to know to teach atrial fibrillation to your medical students and to your interns! In this video I tell you everything that I like to cover when I do teaching or chalk talk sessions with my medical students and interns. Atrial fibrillation really is one of the best topics for teaching as a resident because it is high-yield and has different aspects that can be tailored to multiple levels of learners. In particular, there are a lot of things that I wish I knew when I was starting out as an intern - where the focus of atrial fibrillation comes from, some basics about ablation, definition of paroxsymal, persistent, long-standing persistent, and permanent afib, valvular vs non-valvular afib, common trials to know (AFFIRM, RACE II, EAST-AFNET4), agent selection for rate and rhythm control, basics of anti-arrhythmics, and an approach to treating new-onset afib. I hope this video covers helps give you a lot of valuable information on those topics!

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