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Life happens every day, in different ways

Accidents, unexpected emergencies, and urgent surgeries can happen to anyone, including those who are taking oral anticoagulants for nonvalvular atrial fibrillation (NVAF). View and experience life happening to patients with NVAF.  

Car Crash

Serious accidents happen in an instant. This is a powerful reminder that patients who are taking anticoagulants may face additional medical risks in these circumstances.

Fall in the Shower

Accidents such as falls have the potential to become more serious for individuals who are taking an anticoagulant.

Moments in Time/Stroke

Patients taking anticoagulants for NVAF may still be at risk for stroke. But an anticoagulant with a widely available, specific reversal agent may offer an important advantage to healthcare professionals at a critical time.

Moments in Time/Urgent Surgery

Medical emergencies can occur at any time, and the anticoagulant a healthcare provider chooses today may affect the course of medical care for his or her patients tomorrow. 

Moments in Time/Bike Accident

When an accident happens, immediate reversal of a patient’s anticoagulant may have a significant impact on his or her course of care. 

Who Wants to Be a Cardiologist? Quiz

In this fast-paced quiz, you will be pitted against the clock and your peers in a series of questions about treatment, patients, and recent trials in atrial fibrillation. Speed is a factor! When you are ready to play, hit the “Start Quiz” button.