A study shows that the first FDA-approved smartwatch healthcare accessory can effectively identify atrial fibrillation, especially with physician overview. But incorporating it into practice won’t be simple.
For electrophysiologist Khaldoun Tarakji, MD, facilitating advanced training in the U.S. for physicians abroad is a priority with deep personal roots.
Venous injuries with transvenous lead extraction happen more often than is recognized clinically, a new study reveals. The lead author shares some implications for practice.
A leading clinician champion of remote monitoring and virtual visits recaps how the technology has evolved and where it looks to be heading.
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Researchers tapped a huge Cleveland Clinic database for an updated picture of factors surrounding the need for — and outcomes of — cardiac electronic device placement after heart surgery. Here’s what they learned.
Cleveland Clinic now offers telemedicine consults for some arrhythmia patients. A cardiologist shares the rationale, why electrophysiology is a natural starting point and why in-person visits aren’t going away.
One in three patients with CIED infections referred to Cleveland Clinic for extraction in recent years had methicillin-resistant staphylococci. Here’s why that’s worrisome and what can be done.
The year just passed was full of insights and innovations likely to be felt for many years to come. Here are 15 such developments in which Cleveland Clinic staff played key roles.
Interim results from a major study of a leadless pacemaker show good safety and efficacy, echoing a recent trial of a similar device. Here’s how these devices may shape the future of cardiac pacing.
Heart patients are embracing a variety of smartphone apps, which are proving easy to use, affordable and available without a prescription. Yet serious issues of data transmission and storage, confidentiality and reimbursement remain unresolved.