Feature | December 06, 2017| Dave Fornell

Most Popular Cardiac Technology Content in November 2017 on DAIC

New data on the Corvia intra-atrial shunt to treat diastolic heart failure were presented at the recent 2017 American Heart Association (AHA) Scientific Sessions. It was the most popular story in November.

New data on the Corvia intra-atrial shunt to treat diastolic heart failure were presented at the recent 2017 American Heart Association (AHA) Scientific Sessions. It was the most popular story in November.

Here is the list of the most popular articles and videos on the Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology (DAIC) magazine website from the month of November, based on website analytics of the month’s 144,797 pageviews: 

1. First Transcatheter Implant for Diastolic Heart Failure Successful

2. First Smartphone Compatible Insertable Cardiac Monitor Cleared by FDA

3. 5 Tips for Medical Device Engineers on FDA Design Controls

4. The Future of Cardiology: 17 Technologies to Watch

5. New Data and Technology To Treat Atrial Fibrillation

6. FDA Approves COBRA REDUCE Trial Expansion

7. CMS Will Pay For FFR-CT Noninvasive Coronary Analysis

8. Coffee Associated With Reduced Risk of Heart Failure, Stroke 

9. Mexican Doctors Safely Reuse Donated Pacemakers After Sterilization 

10. ORBITA Study Finds No Improvement in Exercise Time Over Placebo in PCI Patients

11. TCT 2017 Late-breaking Clinical Trial Presentations

12. Acist Medical Systems Announces Approval and Launch of Next-Generation FFR System

13. Detroit Cardiogenic Shock Initiative Goes National at TCT 2017

14. Philips Azurion Image-Guided Therapy Platform Improves Clinical Workflow for Interventional Procedures

15. Drug-eluting Balloon is Noninferior to Drug-eluting Stent in Patients With In-stent Restenosis

 

Top 5 Cardiology Videos in November:

1. VIDEO: Cath Lab of the Future Cardiovascular Technologies to Watch - Juan Granada, M.D

2. VIDEO: Editor's Choice of the Most Innovative New Technologies at TCT 2017

3. VIDEO: What Went Wrong With the Absorb Stent? - Ajay Kirtane, M.D.

4. VIDEO: Update of Mitral Valve Repair and Replacement Technologies - Ted Feldman, M.D.

5. VIDEO: Angiography Image-based FFR May Eliminate Need for Pressure Wires - William Fearon, M.D.

 

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