Healio and Cardiology Today have curated a list of the most-read news in cardiology and cardiac intervention from 2020.
A HIPAA-compliant, cloud-based telehealth solution that allows physicians to perform their hospital rounds virtually is now available, the digital health platform Zyter announced.
Boston Scientific announced it has initiated a global voluntary recall of all unused inventory of its transcatheter aortic valve replacement system due to complexities linked to the product delivery system, according to a press release.
A novel healing-targeted drug-eluting stent was as safe and effective as a standard durable polymer DES among adults with acute and chronic coronary disease undergoing PCI, early data from the PIONEER III trial show.
At 3 years, a paclitaxel-coated balloon was non-inferior to drug-eluting stents for treatment of CAD in patients with small coronary vessels, according to new data from the BASKET-SMALL 2 trial.
PET perfusion and flow assessment may guide revascularization strategies for patients with CAD, according to a presentation at the Scientific Session and Exhibition of the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology.
Cardiologists have worked to find new ways to support patients with CV disorders who rely on data-driven care and multiple in-person visits, as well as patients with other chronic conditions that require close follow-up.
The use of corticosteroids improved the odds that adults who are critically ill with COVID-19 would survive, according to data from four studies recently published in JAMA.
HHS recently announced its Healthy People 2030 initiative to address what the agency called the “most critical public health priorities and challenges” in the United States over the next decade.
Patients who underwent IVUS-guided PCI had more comorbidities but experienced less mortality, MI, and repeat revascularization during the follow-up period than patients who underwent PCI without IVUS, researchers reported.
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