Without detection and treatment, atrial fibrillation can affect quality of life and cause stroke and heart failure.
Stanford Medicine experts are leading the way in treating atrial fibrillation, whether through medication or groundbreaking therapies like the minimally invasive Cox Maze procedure. Join us for a free community talk to learn more about atrial fibrillation’s signs, symptoms, and all of the latest advances in treatment.
Paul J. Wang, MD
Director, Stanford Arrhythmia Service Co-Director, Stanford Center for Arrhythmia Research Professor of Medicine (Cardiovascular Medicine) and Bioengineering (by courtesy), Stanford University
Anson M. Lee, MD
Assistant Professor of Cardiothoracic Surgery (Adult Cardiac Surgery), Stanford University School of Medicine
Learn what to do if you have to be the first responder
Stop the Bleed is a nationwide program designed to empower civilian bystanders to act quickly and save lives— and Stanford Medicine is bringing it to our community. Join us for a one-hour, hands-on training taught by Stanford Trauma faculty and staff to learn techniques to quickly control severe bleeding with pressure, packing, or a tourniquet until help arrives. At the end of the session, you’ll receive a certificate of training.
This event is free and open to the public, though space is limited. If you plan to attend, choose from one of the two available training times — 9:00 a.m. or 10:00 a.m.