Scoring Systems for Patients with AF Shown to Be Equally Discriminative in Whites and Nonwhites

The American Journal of Cardiology published, “Discriminative Ability of CHA2DS2-VASc and HAS-BLED Score in Whites and Nonwhites,” showing that the discriminative ability of the two scoring systems was similar in white and nonwhite patients with atrial fibrillation (AF). Yacob Tedla, PhD, Research Assistant Professor at CHIP, contributed to the research.

Read the paper here.

The authors are: Sarah M. Schwartz; Yacob G.Tedla, PhD; Philip Greenland, MD; Ajay Yadlapati, MD; Rod S. Passman, MD, MSCE.

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