“Just the facts, ma’am,” Detective Joe Friday used to say on the old Dragnet TV show. And that’s what Steve has written for you. “The A-FIB Facts”: a five-page report with the essential facts about Atrial Fibrillation.
Our FREE report answers questions including: What is Atrial Fibrillation, Who gets A-Fib? What causes A-Fib? How is A-Fib treated? What risks are associated with A-Fib?
Share with your boss, with your co-workers. Share with friends. Help them to understand how A-Fib affects you—how it makes you feel. Ask them to help you—to be part of your support system while you learn to deal with Atrial Fibrillation.
Download your PDF copy of The A-FIB Facts: The Emerging Epidemic in Cardiovascular Disease.
To help you scrutinize prospective doctors, we’ve written a set of 7 interview questions (8 questions if you’re a female). The questions help you find the right doctor for your treatment goals.
Use our ‘7 Questions for Doctors’ Worksheet to interview and question each prospective doctor. (Download the FREE PDF and save to your hard drive. Then, print a worksheet for each doctor you interview.)
After Your Interviews
Back home, compare answers and your notes about each doctor. To ‘interpret’ the doctors’ answers, see our article, “Choosing the Right Doctor: 7 Questions You’ve Got to Ask (And What Their Answers Mean)“. We’ve included the various responses you might receive, and what each response means to you when searching for the right doctor for you and your treatment goals.
DON’T FORGET: File your worksheets and other notes in your binder for future reference (you might want a second opinion).
Never go to any doctor appointment alone. Always carry a notepad and pen to take lots of notes.