When patients get an AFib Attack, when is it that they should go to the emergency room or get urgent medical attention? This is a common question that I get, patients want to have some guideline to know when is it safe to be at home.
A cryptogenic stroke (CS) is technically defined as cerebral ischemia (stroke) of obscure or unknown origin. This is basically a fancy way of saying that a patient has had a stroke, yet doctors have not determined a cause. In this post I discuss the relationship between a cryptogenic stroke and atrial fibrillation.