A brief case vignette showcases the clinical setting in which this increasingly popular strain-based heart imaging technique may have its greatest diagnostic and prognostic value.
In this Q&A, Cleveland Clinic’s new Cardiothoracic Surgery Chair shares his vision for the department he now leads, the future of his specialty and collaboration in cardiovascular care.
Both of this year’s lifetime honors in echocardiography went to Cleveland Clinic caregivers — Dr. William Stewart won the physician award and Margaret (Koko) Park earned the sonographer prize.
The trial’s new health status analysis gives even more reason to consider CABG the preferred revascularization strategy for patients with anatomically complex three-vessel or left main disease.
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The transcatheter approach to aortic valve replacement in intermediate-risk patients appears to curb the risk of these potentially deadly effects, new subanalyses presented at ACC.17 show.
Lead investigator of the pivotal study of the new bioresorbable stent explains the nuanced interim results (straight from ACC.17) and what to expect next.
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.
This free Thursday dinner symposium at ACC.17 can help attendees make the most of the many advancements discussed at the larger meeting. The course directors explain why you shouldn’t miss it.
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.