An observational study suggests that adding coronary artery calcium results to traditional risk models yields synergistic value and the promise of a precision medicine approach.Read More
A large retrospective cohort study supports the need for sex-specific evaluation and management of patients even in the early stages of aortic stenosis.
A review of the Cleveland Clinic experience over 26 years has prompted efforts for multi-institutional data pooling to determine whether routine screening is warranted.
The novel aldosterone synthase inhibitor yielded particularly robust blood pressure reduction in trial participants with obesity.
Contemporary heart failure risk among Black Americans correlates with historical residential redlining, a new analysis of Medicare beneficiaries shows.
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Beyond expanding treatment options for peripheral artery disease, the recent FDA safety determination is shaping future clinical trials and how the agency collaborates with clinicians and industry.
New data from the European Society of Cardiology Congress show that bempedoic acid reduced total events and that mavacamten’s safety and efficacy continued through 56 weeks.
Telehealth-based delivery of cardiac rehabilitation is not yet a pragmatic option for many Medicare beneficiaries, a new study finds. The results raise questions about progress toward national cardiac rehab participation goals.
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In patients undergoing percutaneous coronary intervention for chronic total occlusion, poor quality of the distal target vessel is independently associated with worse outcomes, a large international analysis shows.
Intracoronary brachytherapy is a safe and feasible, albeit imperfect, option for treating recurrent drug-eluting stent in-stent restenosis, a new Cleveland Clinic retrospective analysis finds.