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"The structural track this year is very diverse given the nature of structural heart disease. The...

source: SCAI

On Dec. 6, 2018, the Journal of the American Heart Association...

source: SCAI

A venous stent was associated with high rates of primary patency and low rates of adverse events at 12 months, according to data presented at Leipzig Interventional Course. Researchers conducted the VIRTUS pivotal study of the venous stent in 170 patients with obstruction...

source: Healio

In individuals with pulmonary hypertension, oncoming right ventricular failure can be detected by right ventricular-pulmonary arterial coupling, defined as the ratio of end-systolic to arterial elastances. Normal values range from...

source: The Cardiology Advisor

Transradial access is the most common approach for percutaneous coronary intervention in much of the world, though in the United States, despite an uptick in adoption, it still lags behind transfemoral access. The evidence suggests that the transradial approach is associated...

source: Healio

Lenox Hill Hospital is the first hospital in New York City to successfully implant Abbott’s Tendyne transcatheter mitral valve replacement system to replace a leaky heart valve. The procedure was performed as part of a national clinical trial testing the safety...

source: Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology


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