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Savill P. Raised NT-proBNP predicts poor outcomes in AF without heart failure. Practitioner May 2021;265(1848):7

Raised NT-proBNP predicts poor outcomes in AF without heart failure

25 May 2021Registered users

High NT-proBNP levels appear to be an independent predictor of adverse outcomes in patients with atrial fibrillation (AF) in the absence of heart failure, a study from Japan has found. Raised NT-proBNP levels were significantly associated with higher incidences of stroke/systemic embolism, all-cause death and hospitalisation for heart failure during a median follow-up period of five years.

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