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McNamara RL, Bass EB, Miller MR, et al. Management of New Onset Atrial Fibrillation. Rockville (MD): Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (US); 2001 Jan. (Evidence Reports/Technology Assessments, No. 12.)

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Appendix H. Abstract Review Form

Delete, because article:
did not address management of atrial fibrillation or atrial flutter
  • did not address human data
  • only addressed post-op atrial fibrillation
  • Adults are not part of the study population
  • No original data
  • Others:_______________________________
    Do not go on if any of above items is checked
  • Article not in English
  • Cardioversion (Electric or Pharmacological) vs No Cardioversion (rate control, anticoagulation); Cardioversion vs None
  • Electric Cardioversion vs Pharmacological Cardioversion
  • Pharmacological Cardioversion or maintenance of sinus rhythm (drug vs drug, drug vs placebo)
  • ________________________Outpatient strategies
  • Clinical trial on different diagnostic strategies
  • ____Anticoagulation vs aspirin or vs placebo
  • ____Rate control (drug vs drug vs placebo)
  • not a controlled trial
  • This article does not apply to any of the above study questions.
  • However, get article for reference regarding
    ____________
*Secondary questions
  • Unclear: get article to decide
  • Invasive treatment
  • New invasive diagnostic tests
Any comments to be tagged
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