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The ACCEL library is comprised of new monthly interviews presented by experts from over 120 leading medical institutions covering current, clinically relevant, evidence-based information in cardiology. Each interview is accompanied by a detailed written summary with educational objectives, faculty disclosures, acknowledgements, suggested readings, knowledge assessment tests and evaluation questions.
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A European registry of patients being treated for atrial fibrillation (AF) facilitates the evaluation of trends associated with specific patient characteristics and comorbidities. While the presence of diabetes mellitus is considered an independent risk factor for thromboembolic events in patients with AF, registry data suggest this particular increase in risk is driven by: