Learn more about AFib, stroke and reducing your risks

Have additional questions? Here are some additional tools you can download to help you better understand AFib.

AFib Infographic

This infographic is designed to help you learn both the signs and the ways to manage this common condition. 


AFib and Stroke Fact Sheet

AFib and Stroke are closely connected. Learn about the connection between AFib and stroke.


AFib Treatments Fact Sheet

Learn about the common medications used to treat AFib, their risks, and rewards.


Explaining Stroke

This practical step-by-step booklet explains how a stroke happens, different types of stroke, and how to prevent a stroke.


Act FAST Wallet Card

Learn the sudden warning signs of stroke so you can recognize and respond to stroke FAST.


Warning Signs of Stroke Fact Sheet

Learn the many warning signs of a stroke and important factors to monitor when it comes to reducing your risk for stroke.


AFib Fact Sheet

AFib puts you at five times greater risk for a stroke. Learn why detection, diagnosis, and treatment play such an important role.


What is Your Pulse Fact Sheet

Learn why being aware of your pulse is important and how to check your pulse in 4 easy steps.


Shared Decision-Making Tool

Use this decision-making tool with your healthcare professional and play an active role in your AFib care plan.


AFib: The Beat Goes on

Use for counseling patients at risk for AFib. Plain language, engaging info, action-oriented, 14-pages.


Atrial Fibrillation

This brochure will help you get a better understanding of AFib to help you manage it and reduce your stroke risk.


A Patient’s Guide to Complicated AFib

Education for the patient on managing AFib and how best to reduce the risk of stroke.

A Caregiver’s Guide to Complicated AFib

Education for the caregiver on managing AFib and how best to reduce the risk of stroke.

AFib Articles for Healthcare Professionals

This series of articles is designed to guide and support the clinical practice of those managing patients with atrial fibrillation (AFib), the most common cardiac arrhythmia in the U.S.

Webinar For Healthcare Professionals

This webinar incorporates a patient-centered approach to the proactive management, prevention and early detection of AFib. Free CE available for nurses.