Woman brought to ‘emergency department’ after juice triggers atrial fibrillation episode

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Woman brought to ‘emergency department’ after juice triggers atrial fibrillation episode

“More than five episodes occurred and were confirmed with her home KARDIA device after consumption of cold beverages and foods, such as mango juice, c

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“More than five episodes occurred and were confirmed with her home KARDIA device after consumption of cold beverages and foods, such as mango juice, cold soda and refrigerated fruits,” noted the report.

It added: “She also noted that the speed of ingestion increased the reproducibility of triggered atrial fibrillation episodes.”

One of the main issues appears to be the proximity of the heart to the oesophagus, according to the Baylor University Medical Centre Proceedings.

The health body suggests that cold food and drinks may lead to the cooling of the left atrium through the oesophagus, which may play a role in atrial fibrillation.

Source: | This article first appeared on Express.co.uk

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