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The Cardiology Advisor Articles
- High-Sensitivity Cardiac Troponin I Threshold Identifies Patients at Low Risk for MI, Death
- High-Dose Beta-Blockers Associated With Lower Mortality in HF, Diabetes
- Chronic Pain Linked to Impaired Cardiovascular Regulation
- Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program Decreases Heart Failure Readmissions
- Heart Failure Related to Methamphetamine Use: Possible New Epidemic?
- Xarelto 10mg Dose Approved to Reduce Risk of Recurrent VTE
- Continuous Furosemide Infusion Superior to Bolus Furosemide in Heart Failure
- Heart Failure Risk May Be Reduced With a Plant-Based Diet
- Role of Coffee Consumption in Heart Failure, Stroke Outcomes
- ACC/AHA Release 2017 Quality Measures for STEMI/NSTEMI Management
- Worsening Shortness of Breath in 40-Year-Old Woman: A Case Study
- Diabetes Risk in Coronary Heart Disease Reduced With Acarbose
- AHA/ACC Release Revised, More Aggressive Blood Pressure Targets
- Contrast-Induced Acute Kidney Injury: Sodium Bicarbonate vs Sodium Chloride
- Relationship Between Cardiac Index and Cerebral Blood Flow