Having Rheumatoid Arthritis Could Also Lead To Heart Rhythm Disorder
13. March 2012
Patients suffering from from rheumatoid arthritis (RA) better be careful.
This developed after a recent medical research, has shown that those people who suffer from from RA have also the chance to get inflicted with rhythm disorder called atrial fibrillation. The findings was based on a study conducted on four million people in Denmark.
Based on the medical findings, patients with have RA are 40 percent at risk to suffer also from atrial fibrillation. Researchers said they also discovered that women who suffer from RA are more prone to atrial fibrillation than men.
Moreover, the research also revealed that RA patients have also 30 percent chance of suffering from stroke. Based on internet facts, RA can could also result in heart attacks, heart failure and stroke. Researchers advises those RA suffers to avoid too much medicine to treat their sickness since it could lead to atrial fibrillation.