Welcome to Arrhythmia Alliance
The Heart Rhythm Charity
Promoting better understanding, diagnosis, treatment and quality of life for individuals with cardiac arrhythmias.
- To raise awareness of cardiac arrhythmias
- To improve diagnosis of cardiac arrhythmias
- To improve treatment of cardiac arrhythmias
- To improve quality of life for people with cardiac arrhythmias
AF Aware Week 21-27 November 2016
The aims of AF Aware Week are simple:
To support AF Aware Week give information to your friends and family, or display and share information about AF in your local centres, which provide support and information.
AF Aware Week resources are available for download here.
Click here to sign our AF Screening Pledge
European Atlas of the Prevention of AF-Related Stroke launched
27 November 2014
Arrhythmia Alliance, in association with AntiCoagulation Europe, has launched the Route Map and European Atlas on the prevention of AF-related stroke is a new, comprehensive report which shows what different countries in Europe are doing to improve the prevention of AF-related stroke. The report presents key data documenting the burden posed by AF-related strokes in different countries, highlights key issues and challenges in implementing best practice and provides examples of successful initiatives that have made a difference to patients.
Please click here to download the full interactive report.
Madras Medical Mission to observe World Heart Rhythm Week
3rd June 2012, Deccan Chronical
If your heart flutters or skips a beat, making your head spin and your knees buckle, it may not be cupid at work with his bow and arrows.
These are symptoms of arrhythmia, the top cause for young people dropping dead due to cardiac arrest. During World Heart Rhythm Week, observed from June 6-12, doctors from the Madras Medical Mission in the city are conducting a string of awareness campaigns and an ECG training course for MBBS doctors and doctors of other specialties to fine-tune their electrocardiology skills. Read more
Did you know?
- Cardiac Arrhythmia is one of the leading causes of death in the world.
Heart Rhythm Specialists Directory
The Heart Rhythm Specialists directory is a central global database highlighting local heart rhythm disorder specialists.
The database houses an international list of healthcare professionals, including doctors, general practitioners, nurses and cardiac physiologists, who have an interest in heart rhythm conditions (arrhythmias), including atrial fibrillation and syncope.
Want to find a local heart rhythm expert or register as a specialist?