New recommendations endorse the idea that successful pregnancy and vaginal delivery are possible for most women with complex CHD. The key is shared management by a high-risk obstetrician and a cardiologist versed in CHD.
The low risk of sudden cardiac death in young athletes doesn’t merit screening beyond the history and physical exam for most youths. Better training and team-based care at schools promise more benefit than universal ECGs.
Providing high-level care to heart failure patients – and doing it right the first time – dramatically reduced readmission rates for Cleveland Clinic’s Heart & Vascular Institute
Ability of HDL to remove cholesterol from the blood appears to be more important to cardiovascular risk than the amount of HDL in the blood
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First international FMD symposium stimulated participants to identify research projects in epidemiology, registries, genetics and imaging and clinical management in order to advance understanding of this disease.