Dr. Jeff Healey is seen implanting a subcutaneous defibrillator in a patient at the Electrophysiology Lab. Image credit: Owen Thomas, Hamilton Health Sciences.
Here is what you and your colleagues found to be most interesting in the field of cardiology during the month of May. This data was drawn from dicardiology.com’s 149,000 viewers over the course of the month.
1. Study: New Cardiac Defibrillator Much Safer for Patients
2. Boston Scientific Co-founder and Former CEO Passes Away
3. Abbott Medical Recalls Dragonfly OpStar Imaging Catheter for Potential Loose Catheter Marker Band
4. Effectively Treating Heart Failure: New Technology on the Horizon
5. First Patients in the U.S. Enrolled in Biosense Webster Clinical Study To Evaluate VARIPULSE Catheter for Atrial Fibrillation
6. New USPSTF Guidance: Continue to Take Low-Dose Aspirin if you have a History of Heart Attack, AFib, Stroke or Vascular Stenting
7. Mayo Researchers Use AI to Detect Weak Heart Pump via Patients’ Apple Watch ECGs
8. ŌNŌCOR Receives FDA Clearance for Novel Endovascular Retrieval Technology
9. No-implant Interatrial Shunt Device to Treat Heart Failure Patients Reveals Promising Multi-center Clinical Data
10. FDA Approves Bristol Myers' Camzyos (mavacamten) Oral Heart Disease Drug