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Of the 1. 57 million annual hospital admissions in the U.S. for acute coronary syndromes, 1.24 million are due to unstable angina and non-ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (UA/NSTEMI).

More than ever before, cardiologists are adopting CT as the new standard for cardiac care. In the last five years, CT’s popularity as a diagnostic tool has exploded. Its ability to produce slices...

CT scanners have evolved over the years and are showing to have applications in the emergent and non-emergent evaluation of underlying cardiovascular issues. The general acceptance for...

Since the introduction of the 64 multi-slice CT scanner, studies have examined the utility of this technology for diagnosing coronary artery disease (CAD), and cardiologists are rapidly adopting...

New York’s Mount Sinai Heart has it all: a star-studded line-up of internationally renowned physicians, scientists and educators, cutting-edge research and unparalleled clinical services. Their...

When it comes to diagnosing disease, image is everything. It is difficult to treat what you can’t see. That’s especially true in the cardiac cath lab where cardiologists performing procedures...

Just when drug-eluting stents (DES) were going to revolutionize interventional cardiology, new reports that DES may be associated with increased risk of late-stent thrombosis have many physicians...

iffering approaches for the treatment of coronary bifurcation and ostial lesions (CBOL) continue to feed the debate over which stent designs and stenting techniques are most effective.