US and European guidelines for the diagnosis and management of syncope are similar.
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Early mortality after atrial fibrillation ablation may be predicted by the occurrence of heart failure, procedural complications, as well as low hospital AF ablation.
Preferential use of angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors over angiotensin receptor blockers should be considered whenever possible, particularly in patients with severe mental health illness.
Researchers sought to determine whether atrial fibrillation increases risk for adverse events in hospitalized patients with ischemic stroke .
Investigators assessed national trends on the incidence and geographical distribution of drug abuse with infective endocarditis and contributing factors for outcome in this patient population.
Overall, researchers found that the health of low-income older Americans varies substantially by geographic region in a way that cannot be attributed to a narrow set of conditions or to one specific disease.
Persistent pulmonary hypertension is strong predictor of mortality in older patients who underwent ASD closure.
Researchers evaluated how feasible, safe, and effective evolocumab is at lowering low-density lipoprotein cholesterol when initiated in patients hospitalized with acute coronary syndrome.
Investigators examined the relationship between trends in primary and secondary vascular access sites and vascular access site complications among a cohort of patients who underwent PCI.
Further studies are needed to understand the effect of smoking cessation on outcomes in patients undergoing transcatheter aortic valve replacement.