Bariatric surgery was found to be safe for patients with congestive heart failure.
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Exercise real-time CMR was found to represent an effective, non-invasive alternative to right heart catherization for the diagnosis of HFpEF.
A 12-week treatment with empagliflozin was associated with reductions in extracellular volume, estimated plasma volume, and GFR in patients with HFrEF.
High intake of refined grains may be associated with an increased risk for major cardiovascular disease events and mortality.
The risk for coronary artery calcification was found to be greater in women with a history of gestational diabetes despite attaining normoglycemia after pregnancy.
No evidence of cardiac sequelae was detected in patients who recovered from COVID-19.
Etiologies and characteristics of infective endocarditis in people who inject vs those do not inject drugs were found to significantly differ.
Ethnic disparities persist for treatment and clinical outcomes among patients with heart failure in the United States.
Use of the PASCAL system during transcatheter valve repair for symptomatic tricuspid regurgitation was found to be safe and effective at 30 days.
Patients with vs without familial hypercholesterolemia were found to be at increased risk for recurring acute myocardial infarction and mortality.
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