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Fig. 2 | BMC Family Practice

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From: How do Dutch general practitioners detect and diagnose atrial fibrillation? Results of an online case vignette study

Fig. 2

Availability and location of diagnostic devices in AF detection for the GP. Other consisted of pulse palpation, auscultation and determination of the presence of pulse deficit. The availability of the sphygmomanometer is split up for D2AF and non-D2AF GPs, as the former got a sphygmomanometer with AF detection as a gift for participation in the D2AF study

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