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Table 1 Inclusion and exclusion criteria

From: Mobile phones in cryptogenic strOke patients Bringing sIngle Lead ECGs for Atrial Fibrillation detection (MOBILE-AF): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial

Inclusion criteria  
 Admitted to the stroke unit of participating centres with an ischaemic stroke or TIA  
Exclusion criteria  
 Known aetiology of TIA or ischaemic stroke  
 Signs and symptoms mimicking TIA or ischaemic stroke that are caused by spinal ischaemia  
 TIA only presenting with non-localising symptoms [25]  
 Uncertainty about the diagnosis of TIA because of unclear clinical symptoms  
 Myocardial infarction < 1 month before stroke  
 Coronary artery bypass grafting < 1 month before stroke  
 Surgery indicated valvular heart disease  
 Documented history of AF or atrial flutter  
 Left ventricular aneurysm on echocardiography  
 Intracardiac thrombus on echocardiography  
 Renal dysfunction (creatinine clearance < 30 mL/min/1.73 m2)  
 Patient is not able or willing to sign the Informed Consent Form  
 Patient is < 18 years of age  
 Patient is considered an incapacitated adult  
 Patient is not in possession of a smartphone or tablet with an Android Operating (OS) System or iOS and is unwilling to obtain one  
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