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Uptake of Drug-Eluting Bioresorbable Vascular Scaffolds in Clinical Practice: An NCDR Registry to Practice Project.

Physicians have been criticized for having an overly enthusiastic response to new device approvals, especially for novel technologies. However, to our knowledge, the rates of new product adoption and patterns of new device usage in clinical practice have not been well described.

Impediments to Implementing Guideline-Directed Medical Therapies.

Catheter based therapies in massive pulmonary embolism.

How to Peddle Hope: An Analysis of YouTube Patient Testimonials of Unproven Stem Cell Treatments.

Providers capitalize on patient testimonials to market unproven stem cell treatments (SCTs). We evaluated 159 YouTube videos and found patients discussed health improvements (91.2%), praised providers (53.5%), and recommended SCTs (28.9%). In over a third of the videos, providers posed questions to patients, thereby directing narratives and making them a powerful marketing tool.

Nuclear cardiology in the literature: A selection of recent, original research papers.

From the margins to mainstream: How providers of autologous 'stem cell treatments' legitimise their practice in Australia.

This article examines how Australian providers of unproven autologous 'stem cell treatments' legitimise these products and their practices. We focus on the strategies employed by providers in their efforts to create and sustain a market for procedures that have yet to be proven safe and clinically efficacious. Drawing on the work of Thomas Gieryn and Pierre Bourdieu and the findings of research involving an analysis of direct-to-consumer online advertising of clinics that sell purported 'stem cell treatment...

Seasonality in Mortality in a Cardiology Department: A Five-Year Analysis in 500 Patients.

Previous studies have indicated that cardiovascular mortality follows a seasonal trend. The aim of this work was to determine the evolution of mortality throughout the year in a cardiology department.

Congenital Anomalies of Coronary Arteries: A Challenge in Interventional Cardiology.

The Year in Cardiology 2018: ABC Cardiol and RPC at a glance.

Updated Geriatric Cardiology Guidelines of the Brazilian Society of Cardiology - 2019.

Magnetic resonance imaging in cardiology: necessity or extravagance?

The Fellowship conundrum.

Biology, pathophysiology and current therapies that affect lipoprotein (a) levels.

Lipoprotein (a) [Lp(a)] has recently emerged as a causal, independent and genetic risk factor for cardiovascular disease and calcific aortic valve disease. Given the high incidence of elevated Lp(a) among the general population, significant gaps in the knowledge of Lp(a) biology, pathophysiology and current therapies affecting Lp(a) reduction exist. As plasma Lp(a) levels are genetically determined and insensible to diet, exercise and life-style changes, lipid-lowering therapies seem to be the solution to l...

Valve durability - is this the Achilles' heel of TAVI?

New large-bore closure technology: time to plug in?

Telemedicine and Cardiology in the Elderly in France: Inventory of Experiments.

Telemedicine is now in vogue, allowing through computer and communication tools to be deployed in the field of health, such as cardiology, area in which it has shown interest, in international studies. As the population ages, older people are increasingly concerned with this innovative practice. We take a look at telemedicine projects in France concerning the elderly, in the field of cardiology.

Intravascular lithotripsy in chronic total occlusion percutaneous coronary intervention.

Consensus on the use of OCT in bifurcation stenting: converging recommendations for imaging of diverging coronary vessels.

Imaging cardiac sarcoidosis with FDG-PET: Take a look at the right side!

The forgotten right ventricle in cardio-oncology.

Hepatic radiotracer: Still difficult to suppress?

New trials for assessment of left atrial dysfunction by FDG-PET.

Perfusion artifacts caused by marked RV enlargement.

MPI in the era of CZT cameras: Absolute numbers are still better than relative figures.

Myocardial perfusion imaging in non-ischemic cardiomyopathy.

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