Centre For Heart Rhythm Disorders

Centre For Heart Rhythm Disorders

The Centre for Heart Rhythm Disorders, a collaboration between the University of Adelaide and the Royal Adelaide Hospital, is based at SAHMRI as part of the Lifelong Health Theme. It provides a forum for translational research into heart rhythm disorders.

Its research program focuses on the spectrum of heart rhythm disorders from bench to bedside. The group comprises a multidisciplinary team of physicians, nurses, exercise physiologists, pharmacists and research scientists.

A particular focus of the group has been the mechanisms, consequences, treatment and prevention of atrial fibrillation. It has a strong focus on the role of multidisciplinary care, encompassing education and cardiovascular risk factor management, to improve outcomes in heart rhythm disorders and other cardiovascular conditions.

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