Feature | August 03, 2020| Dave Fornell, Editor

Most Popular Cardiology Technology Content in July 2020

This is the most popular cardiac technology news content from the past month according to reader pageview analytics

Two of the top pieces of content in July included the FDA clearance for the new Watchman FLX left atrial appendage occluder (left), which includes a video interview with one of the trial investigators. COVID-19 content remained among the top content in July, and one story explained the odd pattern of cardiac cell death in COVID-19 patient autopsies. 

Two of the top pieces of content in July included the FDA clearance for the new Watchman FLX left atrial appendage occluder (left), which includes a video interview with one of the trial investigators. COVID-19 content remained among the top content in July, and one story explained the odd pattern of cardiac cell death in COVID-19 patient autopsies.

August 3, 2020 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology (DAIC) magazine website from the month of July 2020. This is based on the website’s 264,954 pageviews for the month. 

1. The Cardiovascular Impact of COVID-19

2. Autopsies Reveal Surprising Cardiac Changes in COVID-19 Patients

3. Novel FFR Methods Can Reduce Procedure Time and Cost 

4. New Technologies Take Cardiac CT to the Next Level 

5. New Heart Failure Devices and Drugs to Treat Heart Failure

6. Foldax Gets $20 Million to Finance Innovative Heart Valve Technology

7. The Strategic Role of Ambulatory Surgery Centers Cardiology Care

8. VIDEO: Overview of LAA Occlusion Using the Watchman FLX — Devi G. Nair, M.D

9. Edwards Lifesciences and Abbott Settle Transcatheter Mitral Valve Device Patent Litigation

10. Birmingham Cardiologist Develops New Cath Lab Radiation Protection Shielding 

11. Dapagliflozin Meets All Endpoints to Treat Chronic Kidney Disease

12. Boston Scientific's LUX-Dx Insertable Cardiac Monitor System FDA Cleared

13. Top 5 Predictions for the Global Healthcare Industry Post COVID-19

14. American Heart Association Denounces Threats to Public Health Leaders Responding to the COVID-19 Pandemic

15. Researchers 3-D Print a Beating Heart From Human Cells

16. Top 9 Cardiovascular CT Studies in Past Year

17. European Society of Cardiology Announces Late-Breaking Study Presentations at its 2020 Virtual Congress

18. VIDEO: Overview of the Interventional Labs at Tufts Medical Center — Interview with Richard Botto, CVT

19. New Study Looks at Post-COVID-19 Emerging Disease in Children

20. CeloNova Completes Enrollment of First Randomized 14-Day DAPT Trial For a Stent

21. FDA Clears Edwards Konect Resilia Aortic Valved Conduit For Complex Aortic Valve Surgeries

22. Novel Hydrogel May Help Repair Cardiac Tissue

23. FDA Clears Next-generation Watchman FLX Left Atrial Appendage Occluder

24. VIDEO: New Research in Cardiogenic Shock at Tufts Medical Center — Interview with Navin Kapur, M.D.

25. Eating Chocolate Once a Week May Reduced Risk of Heart Disease
 

 

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