Feature | June 13, 2019

Most Popular Cardiology Technology Content in May 2019

Several electrophysiology advances presented as late-breaking studies at the 2019 Heart Rhythm Society (HRS) annual meeting in May made the top 25 list this month. Among these was the Parasym Salustim device ear clip that stimulates the vagus nerve, which was found to reduced AF burden compared with a sham procedure in the TREAT AF trial. Another innovation was first in human data on Medtronic's Extravascular ICD, which is its version of a subcutaneous ICD that does not require placing venous leads

Several electrophysiology advances presented as late-breaking studies at the 2019 Heart Rhythm Society (HRS) annual meeting in May made the top 25 list this month. Among these was the Parasym Salustim device ear clip that stimulates the vagus nerve, which was found to reduced AF burden compared with a sham procedure in the TREAT AF trial. Another innovation was first-in-human data presented on Medtronic's Extravascular ICD, which is its version of a subcutaneous ICD that does not require venous or intracardiac leads.

June 12, 2019 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology (DAIC) magazine website from the month of May 2019. This is based on the website’s 261,227 pageviews for the month:

1. Noninvasive Ear-Clip Nerve Stimulation Suppresses Atrial Fibrillation

2. Heart Rhythm Society 2019 Late-Breaking Clinical Trials

3. Taking The Heart Team Staffing Business Seriously

4. The Basics of the Pediatric Tachycardia for Pediatric Advanced Life Support

5. First-in-human Study Positive of Medtronic Extravascular ICD System

6. 4 Key Takeaways From the 2019 Heart Rhythm Society Meeting

7. Edwards Announces Research Milestones for Pascal Transcatheter Mitral Valve Program

8. EuroPCR 2019 Hot Line Late-Breaking Interventional Cardiology Trials

9. VIDEO: Overview of the Watchman Left Atrial Appendage Occluder and its Implantation Procedure

10. SCAI Releases New Consensus Document on Classification Stages of Cardiogenic Shock

11. Innovations in Cardiology at Henry Ford Hospital

12. Electromechanical Wave Imaging Can Correctly Localize Cardiac Arrhythmias

13. Mick Jagger Recovering After TAVR Procedure

14. VIDEO: Developing New Cath Lab Technologies With Real-time Collaboration Between Industry, Doctors

15. Boston Scientific Receives FDA Approval for Lotus Edge Aortic Valve System

16. How Will Artificial Intelligence Impact Healthcare?

17. Open Heart Surgery Outperforms Stents in Patients With Multivessel Disease

18. Varian Acquires CyberHeart Cardiac Radio-ablation Technology

19. Philips and Medtronic Collaborate on Image-guided Atrial Fibrillation Treatment

20. FDA Clears Boston Scientific Vici Venous Stent to Treat Deep Venous Blockages

21. Late Dinner and No Breakfast Worsens Outcomes After Heart Attack

22. Rotor Ablation Fails to Beat Conventional Therapy in Persistent AFib

23. New LAMPOON Technique Reduces LVOT Obstruction in Transcatheter Mitral Valve Replacement

24. Airport Security Body Scanners Do Not Interfere With Pacemakers, ICDs

25. Reducing Economic Burden of Cardiorenal Syndrome With The Aortix Pump

 

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