Referral for all types of cardiac surgery needs to become far more sex-specific. That’s a primary takeaway from a broad new review of differences in heart surgery between women and men.
The answer to consistently closing the gender gap in management of ST-elevation myocardial infarction may lie in adopting a comprehensive STEMI protocol, a new study suggests.
Progress in expanding women’s enrollment and retention in cardiology trials has been too slow. An ACC committee gets specific about a multipronged strategy to change that.
A top heart society has issued recommendations that address women’s unique risk factors in addition to conventional risks. The lead author shares key takeaways.
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While cardiac rehabilitation has been proven effective, women participate at a much lower rate than men. Nurse scientists at Cleveland Clinic conducted a study to understand the facilitators of cardiac rehab completion in women.
A Cleveland Clinic protocol breaks new ground by equalizing mortality and adverse event rates among men and women treated for ST elevation myocardial infarction.