I haven’t always read papers and with the time pressures of training and life it’s impossible for us to be on top of all of the literature. But over the last few years I’ve come across some papers that I wish others had told me about.
For some of you this will all be a recap but for others hopefully it will spark an interest and get you to have a look at the papers yourself. We all know that it is extremely rare that one paper alone will or should change our practice but hopefully it’s the interest and further questions into a topic that can come out of these papers. Enjoy!
Emergency Department Patients With Atrial Fibrillation or Flutter and an Acute Underlying Medical Illness May Not Benefit From Attempts to Control Rate or Rhythm. Scheuermeyer FX. Ann Emerg Med. 2015 May