Feature | August 01, 2017| Dave Fornell

Most Popular Cardiac Technology Content in July 2017 on DAIC

Left Atrial Pressure Monitor from Vectorious Medical Technologies Offers New Hope for Heart Failure Patients

On of the top stories in July was the introduction of a left atrial pressure monitor from Vectorious Medical Technologies to prevent heart failure patient hospitalizations or readmissions. Read the article"Left Atrial Pressure Monitor Offers New Hope for Heart Failure Patients."

Aug. 1, 2017 — Here is the list of the most popular articles and videos on the Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology (DAIC) magazine website from the month of July, based on website analytics of the month’s 106,727 pageviews:  

1. First Patient in World Enrolled in Study Evaluating TAVR for Asymptomatic Severe Aortic Stenosis

2. What is New in Electrophysiology Technologies

3. Philips Acquires Spectranetics, Expanding its Image-guided Therapy Device Offerings

4. Left Atrial Pressure Monitor Offers New Hope for Heart Failure Patients

5. New Handheld Scanner to Give Instant Heart Disease Diagnosis 

6. FDA Expands CoreValve TAVR Valve Use for Intermediate Risk Patients 

7. Top Echocardiography News and Video From ASE 2017

8. CMS to Require Appropriate Use Criteria Documentation for Medical Imaging Orders

9. Pre-PCI Impella 2.5 Insertion Improves Survival in Left Main Coronary Artery Heart Attacks

10. Low Doses of Radiation Could Harm Cardiovascular Health

11. Artificial Intelligence Detects AFib Using Apple Watch Heart Rate Sensor

12. Use of Artificial Intelligence to Locate Standard Echo Heart Views

13. CT Calcium Scoring for Heart Disease May Lead to Prevention, Treatments

14. Wearable Cardiac Monitors Are Effective for Tracking Atrial Fibrillation Following Ablation

15. Medtronic Reactive ATP Therapy Slows Progression of Atrial Fibrillation in Real-World Population

16. Biotronik Launches DX Technology for U.S. Heart Failure Patients

17. Study Demonstrates Strain Imaging Utility With Contrast-Echo Studies

18. Novel Approach May Improve Valve Function in Some Patients

19. FFR-CT Gains CPT Code for Reimbursement

20. A Glimpse Into the Future of Cardiac Ultrasound

 

Top Videos from July 2017:

1. CRT Optimization Using Echo - ASE 2017 

2. Clinical Evidence Shows CT Should be the Primary Cardiac Imaging Modality 

3. New CPT Reimbursement Codes for Cardiology 

4. Editor's Choice of Most Innovative New Cardiac Ultrasound Technology at ASE 2017 

5. Role of Cardiac CT in Value-based Medicine
 

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