High-sensitivity troponin I in persistent atrial fibrillation – relation to NT-proBNP and markers of inflammation and haemostasis.

  High-sensitivitiy troponin I correlated significantly, although weakly, with biomarkers representing myocardial wall tension, inflammation, endothelial activation and haemostasis in patients with persistent atrial fibrillation, network member Anja W. Horjen and co-authors conclude in an article published in Scandinavian Journal… Read More ›

AF Club meeting in Trolleholm, Sweden

Several network members participated in the AF Club meeting at Trolleholm castle outside Lund, Sweden on April 5-6. Medical doctors, engineers as well as veterinarians, with atrial fibrillation research as a common interest were present. Similar meetings have been… Read More › present at EHRA 2018

Two members of the network presented their work at the EHRA (European Heart Rhythm Association) congress in Barcelona March 18th-20th. Tingting Feng, PhD-fellow at NTNU, presented her work on AF and obesity in a “rapid fire” oral abstract session. She… Read More ›

Tingting Feng granted funding has awarded Tingting Feng grant for participation at the EHRA conference 18-20 March 2018. The abstract is based on the project: Atrial Fibrillation and Lifestyle Factors in the Nord-Trøndelag Health Study (The HUNT Study).