In this 16-minute podcast, leaders of our Heart, Vascular & Thoracic Institute share how the pandemic is impacting cardiac care and procedures at Cleveland Clinic and how to answer common patient questions about the virus.
It’s heart month! Learn about Cleveland Clinic’s cardiovascular nurses and how they contribute to the success of our renowned Heart, Vascular & Thoracic Institute in this Year of the Nurse specialty spotlight.
The advent of diabetes drugs that curb cardiovascular morbidity and mortality was hailed as the year’s No. 2 advance at Cleveland Clinic’s 2016 Medical Innovation Summit. In this Q&A, Dr. Steven Nissen reflects on the development’s rich backstory.
A new analysis of the SRTR registry does more than show which underlying conditions confer high mortality on the heart transplant wait list. It also reveals the need to tweak the allocation system.
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A recent study of five heart disease risk calculators found significant risk overestimation remains a problem. A Cleveland Clinic expert outlines how these imperfect tools might fit into practice.
Cardiovascular disease should not necessarily rule out pregnancy. Coordinated subspecialty care, from pre-pregnancy planning to the postpartum period, is the key.
Dr. Saarel is a pediatric electrophysiologist who returns to Cleveland Clinic after a decade at the University of Utah. She fields questions about her research passions, essential trends in pediatric cardiology and more.
A new study finds no link between salt consumption and higher risk of mortality or development of heart disease in healthy older adults, but patients with certain medical conditions still need to modify their salt intake.
Increased bleeding negates the benefits of daily aspirin for primary prevention in patients with multiple risk factors for cardiovascular disease