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New Heart Research Set to Save Lives

How well do you know your own pulse? Atrial fibrillation (AF) is a condition affecting the heart, making it beat out of rhythm. While it may not yet have a high profile across the world, it was estimated in 2010 that this condition affected 33.5million patients worldwide and is on the rise. In fact, a third of strokes occur because of underlying AF. Research at the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) is set to change this. read more


Taking Heart Research around the Globe

The Hospital Research Foundation along with partner charity Australian Heart Research was proud to send two dedicated Adelaide researchers to the 2017 American Heart Association (AHA) Conference in California, giving them an invaluable opportunity to showcase their research as well as network with international researchers. read more


National Support Boosts Local Heart Care

A groundbreaking new research project coordinated by The Queen Elizabeth Hospital (TQEH) has secured national funding to change the way patients undergoing elective coronary stenting are treated across the state. read more