Patients who experience in-hospital STEMI are an especially vulnerable population. Here’s how we doubled the share of these patients treated within the guideline-recommended 90-minute time window.
A Cleveland Clinic analysis suggests that the true quality of hospitals’ STEMI care is obscured by patient exclusions in the CMS algorithm for public reporting of door-to-balloon times for primary PCI.
A Cleveland Clinic protocol breaks new ground by equalizing mortality and adverse event rates among men and women treated for ST elevation myocardial infarction.
Patients with STEMI have gotten younger over the past 20 years and show steadily rising rates of obesity and other key risk factors, a new study finds. Here are the essentials in infographic form.
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Percutaneous coronary intervention can now be considered in selected hemodynamically stable patients with multivessel disease. An expert from the guideline writing committee provides the backstory.