Patients undergoing partial knee replacement have a reduced risk for VTE and opioid use in months 3 to 12 after surgery.
The USPSTF recommendations on screening for abdominal aortic aneurysm vary with sex, age, smoking status, and family history.
Persistently high fat mass during adolescence is associated with greater arterial stiffness.
Heat therapy can improve functional ability and also has potential to be an effective cardiovascular conditioning tool for people with peripheral arterial disease.
Investigators evaluated how carotid atherosclerosis affects the relationship between major cardiovascular risk factors and ischemic stroke subtypes.
The FDA has accepted for Priority Review the supplemental BLA for Rituxan for use in combination with glucocorticoids for the treatment in pediatrics.
Investigators assessed the risk for venous thromboembolism in patients with gout and evaluated how disease duration, hospital admission and urate-lowering therapy influence this risk.
Carotid atherosclerosis, as detected by ultrasound, predicts future incident cardiovascular event in psoriatic disease.
Patients with severe sickle cell disease were more than twice as likely to experience recurrent thromboembolism compared with patients with less severe disease.
Gout is associated with an increased risk for venous thromboembolism.