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House of Cards-iology

The Department of Cardiology is in disarray and we are going bring order to that chaos. ... The Practice Committee for the Department of Cardiology will begin meeting in 15 minutes.
June 2015

Infective endocarditis increases ischemic stroke risk for up to two years

The risk of ischemic stroke was highest during the first four weeks after an infective endocarditis diagnosis, and it was lower in patients on anticoagulation, according to the Danish registry study.
May 2019

Coronary CT angiography shows similar outcomes, better patient experience compared to MPI

4.5%), rehospitalization (43% vs. 49%), ED visits (63% vs. 58%), and outpatient cardiology visits (23% vs.
June 2015

Aspirin overuse persists in afib

Furthermore, adding aspirin to an OAC does not benefit most patients and increases their bleeding risk, said Gregg Fonarow, MD, professor of medicine and associate chief of the division of cardiology ... More than half of these patients had no coronary
October 2016


Results were published March 16 by the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. ... Nevertheless, we are not yet ready to conclude that CA-AKI is truly an innocent bystander: the concern for AKI in the cardiology community should continue.
March 2020

Speeding STEMI care

Current guidelines developed by the American Heart Association/American College of Cardiology (AHA/ACC) recommend that communities develop systems of care to promote cooperation and coordination among hospitals and emergency medical ... to the results
March 2017

Updated guidelines released on antithrombotic therapy for afib

The American College of Chest Physicians provided 60 recommendation statements in the areas of stroke risk, bleeding risk, antithrombotic therapy, and management of bleeding on oral anticoagulation, among other topics.
August 2018

Identifying drug-drug interactions

For example, a study published in the Oct. 18, 2016, Journal of the American College of Cardiology highlighted a promising new approach that combined data mining and laboratory experiments.
March 2017

In the News

The update, issued by an American College of Cardiology Foundation/American Heart Association task force, notes new evidence from the PeriOperative Ischemic Evaluation (POISE) trial, which found that the cardioprotective effect ... The complete
February 2010

Certain heart failure patients less likely to receive guideline-adherent care

Results were published Oct. 9 in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.
October 2013

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