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Mellanie True Hills said in August 23rd, 2010 at 10:39 am

I’m sorry you seem to have developed atrial fibrillation. It definitely runs in some families.

Both of the apps you mentioned are intended for healthcare professionals. The Afib Educator was primarily designed as a tool for doctors to use in communicating with patients about afib and to show patients the differences between normal and afib.

I am an atrial fibrillation “survivor”, so you may find my site (http://www.stopafib.org), to be helpful in understanding afib, starting with What is Afib (on the menu). Especially check out the News page (http://www.stopafib.org/news.cfm), where you will find the latest news and research findings along with a number of video interviews with top afib doctors. (You can select the videos directly on the page, or look down the news story column for the story about each, which includes transcripts of the videos along with links to info about the doctors.)

Good luck.

Mellanie True Hills

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