Tag: coronary artery disease

May 1, 2017/Research

SYNTAX Substudy: CABG’s Edge Over PCI Extends to Long-Term QoL

Advantage is greatest in patients with the most complex disease

Heart CME

Cleveland Clinic’s Cardiovascular CME Events for 2017

2017 is chock full of heart-related CME from Cleveland Clinic

Heart CME

Going to ACC.17? This Symposium Puts Leading-Edge Practice into Context

Combining medical and surgical perspectives on challenging cases

A noncontrast CT of the ascending aorta
February 23, 2016/Cancer

Radiation Heart Disease: A Few Learnings on a Diverse, Daunting Entity

Only commonality is a need for individualized, expert care


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Arterial Graft
January 25, 2016/News & Insights

Choosing Graft Types for CABG: One Expert’s Rules of Thumb

Weighing the conduit options means balancing a host of factors

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May 17, 2015/Research

Researchers Discover Gut-Heart Connection in Coronary Artery Disease

Dr. Bo Shen: Treatments may one day be revolutionized

New Guidelines: Heart Screening Tests Unnecessary for Low-Risk Patients
May 15, 2015/News & Insights

New Guidelines: Heart Screening Tests Unnecessary for Low-Risk Patients

Research shows no evidence of benefit says American College of Physicians

Factor 64 Study
March 3, 2015/News & Insights

No Advantage to Screening Asymptomatic Patients with CTA

Aggressive intervention fails to improve outcomes

July 8, 2014/News & Insights

Celiac Disease May Double the Risk of Coronary Artery Disease

Persistent low-grade inflammation appears to trigger heart disease

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