- •Of 2011,598 young cannabis users (59.6% male), 190,146 (9.5%) had comorbid depression.
- •Cannabis users with depression were more likely older, white and female.
- •Of 190,146 cannabis users with depression, 6.9% experienced arrhythmias (AF most common).
- •More rapidly rising trends in arrhythmia were seen among depressed cannabis users (4.9% in 2007 to 8.5% in 2014).
- •Young depressed cannabis users had ~40% higher odds of arrhythmia compared to non-depressed.
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