Heart Disease is Equal Opportunity Killer of Women, it is the #1 killer of women and men.
Feature | Womens Cardiovascular Health | Jody Paige

Women's heart health continues to grow as an awareness topic among the general public, and behind the scenes physicians ...

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Feature | Kim Phelan

Novelists and playwrights might call it a cruel irony — heroes who succumb to the powers of evil, true love tragically ...

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Feature | Ryan Hiett

Coronary bypass surgery, a difficult and painful way to repair major damage caused by coronary artery disease, may be on its way out — and it’s a long time coming for researchers like Douglas Losordo, M.D. After all, he’s spent the past 10 years looking into the possibilities of adult stem cell therapy as a viable alternative to the procedure.

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Feature | Kim Phelan

In the microscopic world of arterial plaque, the only positive thing about positive remodeling is that physicians can ...

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Feature | Jeffrey J. Fine, Ph.D., M.S., and Michael C. Foster, M.D., FACC, South Carolina Heart Center, Columb

An asymptomatic 75-year-old woman with a history of coronary artery disease, angioplasty, coronary artery bypass ...

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Feature | Mark Paquin

What do you think of when you hear the word simulation? Probably the first thing that comes to mind is flight simulation ...

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Feature | Sunny Sanyal

What factors are driving increased adoption of healthcare information technology, otherwise known as HIT? Clinical IT and technology in general are getting a lot of focus from the government, from the industry, from clinicians — and the drive to make healthcare safer is what's driving overall growth of clinical IT and technology adoption.

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Feature | Richard R. Rogoski

Minimally-invasive surgery has proven to be safer, requires a shorter hospital stay and is cosmetically preferred over ...

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Feature | Mark Paquin

The drug-eluting stent (DES) market is a multibillion dollar business in the U.S. — and it's estimated that over three ...

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Although healthcare budgets are tight, needs are expanding. Clinical facilities are continuously looking for ways to ...

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Feature | Mark Paquin

Are drug-eluting stents destined to fail? In Part 1 of this investigation, the connection of DES and thrombogenicity was ...

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Beginning April 1, Terumo officially launches its own, full-scale marketing and sales program for all its products in ...

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Feature | Ryan Hiett

Give a highly ranked research and teaching facility access to cutting-edge technology, and the results could be death ...

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Feature | Kim Phelan

It’s not uncommon for a cardiologist at University Community Hospital (UCH) in Tampa to walk about two miles to get his ...

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Feature | Ryan Hiett

As a professor of surgery and the director of a mitral valve clinic that performs 300 to 400 valve repairs each year ...

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