The risk for a cardiac event was found to be greater in patients with peripheral artery disease vs coronary artery disease.
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Researchers sought to determine the effect of statin use during pregnancy on multiple neonatal outcomes, including congenital anomalies.
Management of patients with a recently implanted left ventricular assist device necessitates a thorough understanding of the postimplant period and of common critical care issues that may arise from the operating room to critical care discharge.
Glucose-lowering medications and high-intensity statins are not being used sufficiently among high-risk individuals with atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
Patients with heart failure, severe pulmonary hypertension, and a preserved ejection fraction of ≥50% had a worse prognosis when compared with other patients with heart failure and severe pulmonary hypertension.
Preferential use of angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors over angiotensin receptor blockers should be considered whenever possible, particularly in patients with severe mental health illness.
Patients with atrial fibrillation who use anticoagulants and have a history of gastrointestinal bleeding may be at higher risk for subsequent major gastrointestinal bleeding.
Weekend discharge did not increase rates of hospital readmission after cardiac surgery in this study cohort.
Using an IV sotalol formulation, researchers were able to develop a safe and cost-effective option for administering the antiarrhythmic drug.
The incidence of patients who are not responsive to cardiac resynchronization therapy was found to be high.