Feature | May 01, 2018| Dave Fornell, Editor

Most Popular Cardiology Technology Content in April 2018 on DAIC

Intravascular Lithotripsy May Offer Solution for Calcified Coronary Lesions. Shockwave Medical technology uses sonic bursts to break up calcium in coronary arteries.

The article "Intravascular Lithotripsy May Offer Solution for Calcified Coronary Lesions" was the most popular article posted on the DAIC website in April. Shockwave Medical's technology uses sonic bursts to break up calcium in coronary arteries without vessel trauma associated with angioplasty or atherectomy. 

Here is the list of the most popular articles and videos on the Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology (DAIC) magazine website from the month of April 2018. This is based on website analytics of the month’s 176,183 pageviews:

1. Intravascular Lithotripsy May Offer Solution for Calcified Coronary Lesions

2. VIDEO: Sex Differences in Diagnosing Heart Disease in Women

3. University Hospitals Performs Ohio's First Transcatheter Mitral Valve Replacement

4. ACC 2018 Late-Breaking Trials

5. VIDEO: Editor's Choice of Most Innovative New Cardiac Technology at ACC 2018

6. FDA Approves Abbotts Perclose ProGlide Suture-Mediated Closure System for Femoral Vein Closures

7. 360 View of a Cath Lab at Northwestern Medicine Central DuPage Hospital

8. VIDEO: Strategies to Avoid Acute Kidney Injury Caused by Cath Lab Contrast

9. How to Perform Transcaval TAVR Access

10. New Technologies to Improve Atrial Fibrillation Ablation

11. New Pacemaker Technologies

12. Medtronic Cryoballoon Shows Positive Results for Patients With Persistent Atrial Fibrillation

13. VIDEO: Addressing Adult Congenital Heart Referrals

14. Nation's First Heart Failure and Arrhythmia Center Opening in Ohio

15. Boston Scientific Acquires Securus Medical Group Inc.

16. Hospital Consolidation May Increase Access to TAVR, New Cardiac Technologies

17. Abbott Initiates GUIDE-HF Trial for Improved Outcomes With CardioMEMS Monitor

18. VIDEO: Detection of Vulnerable Plaque and Pre-emptive Stenting

19. Philips Warns of Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities in IntelliSpace and iSite PACS Products

20. VIDEO: Use of High Sensitivity Troponin Testing in the Emergency Department

21. FDA Approves Abiomed Impella CP With SmartAssist and Optical Sensor

22. VIDEO: How Consolidation Into Larger Health Systems Can Improve Access to TAVR

23. Will Cardiac MRI Expand?

25. Medtronic Announces Renal Denervation Pivotal Trial for Hypertension Treatment

 

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