For anyone who has a host of questions about atrial fibrillation, a good opportunity is coming up to have those questions answered. On March 2, 2012, people will be able to have a live chat with experts on AF from the Cleveland Clinic.

Dr. David Van Wagoner, Dr. Walid Saliba and Dr. Mandeep Bhargava are happy to be able to provide information about atrial fibrillation and treatments. The doctors decided to host this live chat since previous sessions with the doctors at the Cleveland Clinic had been very popular. The event is being advertised as a chance to “learn more about atrial fibrillation, including diagnosis and treatments, and have your questions answered.”

The live chat is to take place online at 12 Noon Eastern Time. People wishing to participate in this session can sign up at:

Atrial fibrillation is a serious heart condition that causes the heart to beat irregularly. Many patients experience fluttering heart beats as well. The condition is treated with various medications including Multaq. Multaq has been linked to serious side effects including liver failure, worsening of the heart condition and death. Because of these side effects, the FDA is now recommending that the drug only be used in cases where other medications fail to work. Many critics are also hoping that Multaq will be removed from the shelves entirely, but Sanofi-Aventis, the makers of Multaq, is currently looking to begin a new clinical trial that it hopes will make Multaq safer by combining the drug with Ranexa.

If you or a loved one has developed liver failure or a worsening of your heart condition after taking Multaq, contact the attorneys at Greg Jones today for a free consultation. We are experienced at fighting Multaq lawsuits and may be able to help you recover money for your injuries.