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Correction: atrial fibrillation and stroke; do anticoagulants help? (12 June, p 45)


In discussing the rate of stroke attributable to non-rheumatic AF in two British longitudinal studies, we said that it lay between 2 and 1300 per 1000 person years. This rate should have been between 2 and 13 per 1000 person years.

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