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Cardiovascular News Issue 33 - May 2014
Cardiovascular News Issue 33 - May 2014
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Highlights: - Renal denervation comes to a "grinding halt" but studies will continue - One-year survival is significantly better with self-expanding TAVI device than with surgery - "Interventional cardiology is losing more than 50% of the talent pool" - profile: David J Cohen
Cardiovascular News Issue 33 - May 2014 US Edition
Cardiovascular News Issue 33 - May 2014 US Edition
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Highlights: - Renal denervation comes to a "grinding halt" but studies will continue - One-year survival is significantly better with self-expanding TAVI device than with surgery - "Interventional cardiology is losing more than 50% of the talent pool" - profile: David J Cohen
Cardiovascular News Issue 32 - February 2014
Cardiovascular News Issue 32 - February 2014
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Highlights: -Major setback for renal denervation -Long-term dual antiplatelet therapy may not always be needed -The use of vascular robotic systems for PCI, by Ronald P Caputo -Profile: Ashok Seth
Cardiovascular News Issue 32 - February 2014 US Edition
Cardiovascular News Issue 32 - February 2014 US Edition
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Highlights: -Major setback for renal denervation -Long-term dual antiplatelet therapy may not always be needed -The use of vascular robotic systems for PCI, by Ronald P Caputo -Profile: Ashok Seth
Cardiovascular News Issue 31 - October 2013
Cardiovascular News Issue 31 - October 2013
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Highlights: -Preventative angioplasty in non-infarct arteries benefits STEMI patients -PCI and bypass graft surgery: Which intervention and in whom? -Unilateral renal denervation may be feasible when bilateral approach is not possible -Profile: Thomas F Luscher
Cardiovascular News Issue 31 - October 2013 US Edition
Cardiovascular News Issue 31 - October 2013 US Edition
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Highlights: -Preventative angioplasty in non-infarct arteries benefits STEMI patients -PCI and bypass graft surgery: Which intervention and in whom? -Unilateral renal denervation may be feasible when bilateral approach is not possible -Profile: Thomas F Luscher
Cardiovascular News issue 30 - August 2013
Cardiovascular News issue 30 - August 2013
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Highlights: -Six to 12 months is the right timeframe for dual antiplatelet therapy-Questions raised about bivalirudin's superiority over heparin-How to negotiate tortuous arteries in renal denervation by Erwin Blessing -Profile: Chaim Lotan
Cardiovascular News issue 30 - August 2013 US edition
Cardiovascular News issue 30 - August 2013 US edition
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Highlights: -Six to 12 months is the right timeframe for dual antiplatelet therapy-Questions raised about bivalirudin's superiority over heparin-How to negotiate tortuous arteries in renal denervation by Erwin Blessing -Profile: Chaim Lotan
Cardiovascular News issue 29 - May 2013
Cardiovascular News issue 29 - May 2013
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Highlights: Cangrelor significantly reduces ischaemic events compared with clopidogrel; transcatheter aortic valve still works after three years in high-risk patients; novel drug could reduce heart damage during angioplasty. Profile: Morton Kern
Cardiovascular News issue 29 - May 2013 US edition
Cardiovascular News issue 29 - May 2013 US edition
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Highlights: Cangrelor significantly reduces ischaemic events compared with clopidogrel; transcatheter aortic valve still works after three years in high-risk patients; novel drug could reduce heart damage during angioplasty. Profile: Morton Kern
Cardiovascular News Issue 28 - February 2013 US Edition
Cardiovascular News Issue 28 - February 2013 US Edition
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Highlights: -RESPECT seen as positive despite failure to meet endpoint -Stent type may affect antiplatelet therapy duration -TAVI complications by Max Baghai -Profile: Stefan D Anker
Cardiovascular News Issue 28 - February 2013
Cardiovascular News Issue 28 - February 2013
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Highlights: -RESPECT seen as positive despite failure to meet endpoint -Stent type may affect antiplatelet therapy duration -TAVI complications by Max Baghai -Profile: Stefan D Anker
Cardiovascular News Issue 27 - October 2012 US edition
Cardiovascular News Issue 27 - October 2012 US edition
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Highlights: -TRILOGY-ACS shows no advantage for prasugrel over clopidogrel -Renal denervation may be cost-effective for resistant hypertension -German registry shows TAVI restricted to high-risk patients and with in-hospital mortality comparable to surgery -Profile: David Holmes
Cardiovascular News Issue 27 - October 2012
Cardiovascular News Issue 27 - October 2012
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Highlights: -TRILOGY-ACS shows no advantage for prasugrel over clopidogrel -Renal denervation may be cost-effective for resistant hypertension -German registry shows TAVI restricted to high-risk patients and with in-hospital mortality comparable to surgery -Profile: David Holmes
Cardiovascular News Issue 26 - August 2012 US edition
Cardiovascular News Issue 26 - August 2012 US edition
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Highlights: -The future of renal denervation rests on selecting the right patient -FAME II trial preliminary results show FFR-guided angioplasty superior to medical therapy alone -Alain Cribier: 10 years of TAVI -Profile: Bernard Chevalier
Cardiovascular News Issue 26 - August 2012
Cardiovascular News Issue 26 - August 2012
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Highlights: -The future of renal denervation rests on selecting the right patient -FAME II trial preliminary results show FFR-guided angioplasty superior to medical therapy alone -Alain Cribier: 10 years of TAVI -Profile: Bernard Chevalier
Cardiovascular News Issue 25 - May 2012
Cardiovascular News Issue 25 - May 2012
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Highlights: -TAVI as effective as surgery in high-risk patients at two years -Sustained blood pressure reduction achieved with renal denervation out to three years -MRI and arrhytmias by James White -Profile: John Ormiston
Cardiovascular News Issue 24 - February 2012 EU edition
Cardiovascular News Issue 24 - February 2012 EU edition
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Highlights:
-iFR vasodilator-free measure of stenosis severity comparable to FFR
-PARTNER A: Transfemoral TAVI improves quality of life, costs vs. surgery
-MRI safe in patients with selected cardiac rhythm management devices
-Profile: Jeffrey Moses
Cardiovascular News Issue 24 - February 2012 US edition
Cardiovascular News Issue 24 - February 2012 US edition
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Highlights:
-iFR vasodilator-free measure of stenosis severity comparable to FFR
-PARTNER A: Transfemoral TAVI improves quality of life, costs vs. surgery
-MRI safe in patients with selected cardiac rhythm management devices
-Profile: Jeffrey Moses
Cardiovascular News Issue 23 - November 2011
Cardiovascular News Issue 23 - November 2011
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Highlights:
-Lower thrombosis risk with newer generation drug-eluting stents
-Intra-aortic balloon counterpulsation does not appear to provide benefit
-"Prasugrel or ticagrelor should be administered to patients at clinical high risk for stent thrombosis"
-Profile: Ulrich Sigwart
Cardiovascular News Issue 22 - August 2011
Cardiovascular News Issue 22 - August 2011
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-FFR-CT technique can cut unnecessary coronary procedures
-"TAVI should be performed with cerebral protection"
-Pioneer of interventional cardiology in China receives Ethica Award 2011
-Profile: Martyn Thomas

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New approach for aortic valve replacement is feasible
Friday, 04 Jul 2014
According to a report in The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, totally endoscopic aortic valve replacement (TEAVR) is technically feasible. Lead author of the report Marco Vola talks to ... New approach for aortic valve replacement is feasible

“Interventional cardiology is losing more than 50% of the talent pool”
Thursday, 05 Jun 2014
The Women Committee of the European Association of Percutaneous Cardiovascular Interventions (EAPCI) has been set up to attain gender equality in interventional cardiology at the professional and ... “Interventional cardiology is losing more than 50% of the talent pool”

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David J Cohen
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