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July 27, 2022
AHA Guidelines On-the-Go

Access guidelines on your mobile device anytime, anywhere! Download the American Heart Association mobile app today and enjoy the benefits of staying up-to-date no matter where you are. Effective integration of complex clinical treatment guidelines, tagged and mapped for effective search with cross-linking, resources and more.

July 8, 2022
Hard Truths, Women’s Hearts

Shelley Wood speaks with Nanette Wenger and Jennifer Mieres about the urgent need to improve research, prevention, and care for female patients.

Aug 08, 2022
Promoting healthy cardiovascular aging: emerging topics
Aug 01, 2022
AF after surgery is linked to an increased risk of heart failure hospitalisation
Jul 25, 2022
AHA Registry IDs Social Vulnerability as Risk Factor for COVID-19 Death
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Treating Calcified PAD With the New Shockwave M5+ IVL Catheter

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Promoting healthy cardiovascular aging: emerging topics

Major manifestations of age-associated CV dysfunction that increase disease risk are vascular dysfunction, primarily vascular endothelial dysfunction and arterial stiffening, and elevated systolic blood pressure.

August 1, 2022 | Cardiac Rhythm News
AF after surgery is linked to an increased risk of heart failure hospitalisation

People who develop an arrhythmia after surgery have an increased risk of subsequently being admitted to hospital with heart failure, according to a study of over three million patients published in the European Heart Journal.