We mark 25 years as the nation’s top-ranked heart program by reflecting on key shifts in cardiovascular care over the past quarter century, with an eye toward what’s still ahead.
Cleveland Clinic’s ACNO of Nursing Research and Innovation led the first study to show a direct association between decision-making in clinical heart failure care, via clinical vignette scores, and CHFN status.
This infographic, derived from an editorial by Dr. Steven Nissen, outlines the causes, effects and high stakes of widespread misinformation about statins and cholesterol.
The lead investigator of the STS/ACC TVT Registry study presented at ACC.17 explains why its findings suggest valve-in-valve TAVR might be the treatment of choice for inoperable and even high-risk patients.
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FOURIER was the big news out of ACC, but other PCSK9 inhibitor trials mattered as well, including its EBBINGHAUS substudy and the SPIRE and ORION-1 trials. Dr. Steven Nissen outlines the takeaways.
Cleveland Clinic has launched one of the nation’s few outpatient palliative care services for patients with advanced heart disease. We share insights on its purposes and best practices.
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.
Cleveland Clinic’s offering cardiovascular-oriented live CME for just about every subspecialty interest in the coming year. And not just in Cleveland.
From heart benefits of diabetes drugs to leadless pacing to expanding populations for TAVR, 2016 was a dynamic year in cardiovascular care. Cleveland Clinic experts reflect on a dozen key developments.
At Cleveland Clinic, a dedicated off-site central monitoring unit (CMU) provides 24/7 cardiac telemetry monitoring for non-critically ill patients. Standardized criteria and the latest technology is new to the world of telemetry.