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My battle with atrial fibrillation

A healthcare professional expresses disappointment with the poor quality of medical care following multiple episodes of atrial fibrillation, aggravated by factors like sleep apnea and electrolyte imbalance that were not adequately addressed. There’s no clear reason for being prescribed second-line drugs instead of first-line ones. He criticizes wide-spread low-value care (LVC), while advocating high-value care (HVC) or ‘right care,’ arguing against the standardization of ‘wrong care.’ He cites pediatric care and overprescription of antacids in infants as examples of normalized wrong care.

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