Feature | December 10, 2017| Dave Fornell

AHA 2017 Late-breaking Trials

2017 American Heart Association (AHA) annual meeting. AHA 2017, #AHA2017

November 25, 2017 — Here is a list of some of the key clinical trial presentations at the 2017 American Heart Association (AHA) annual meeting. It includes links to articles for each study.

• SPRINT Trial Data Support New AHA/ACC Hypertension Guidelines

• Catastrophic Expenses Common Among Uninsured Heart, Stroke Patients

• Heart Failure in Methamphetamine Users Could be the Next Epidemic Among Vets

• Treating Gum Disease May Help Lower Blood Pressure

• First Transcatheter Implant for Diastolic Heart Failure Successful

• Driving a Tesla Car Does Not Cause Defibrillator Shocks

• BMS-Pfizer Alliance Releases Real-World Data on Oral Anticoagulants in Non-Valvular Atrial Fibrillation

Coffee Associated With Reduced Risk of Heart Failure, Stroke

Sudden Cardiac Arrest Seven Times Higher Among Younger Diabetics

• Pregnant Asian Women Developing Hypertension at Increased Risk for Heart Failure

• Sleep Deprivation Increases Cardiovascular Disease in Older Women

• E-cigarettes Most Likely to be Used by Alcohol Drinkers, Former Cigarette Smokers

• Congressional Budget Office Report Shows Repeal of Individual Mandate Results in 13 Million More Americans Uninsured, Higher Premiums

 

 

Links to Late-breaking Trials at Other Meetings: 

TCT 2017 Late-breaking Clinical Trial Presentations

SCAI 2017 Late-Breaking Clinical Trial Presentations

Heart Rhythm Society 2017 Late-Breaking Electrophysiology Trials

ACC 2017 Late-Breaking Trials

TCT 2016 Late-breaking Trials and First Reports

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