Feature | July 02, 2019| Dave Fornell, Editor

Most Popular Cardiology Technology Content in June 2019

This is a view of the virtual reality system Stanford created to train staff and educate patients and parents about congenital heart conditions and procedures. This video reached more than 36,000 people on Facebook and was the highest performing video from the 2019 Cardiology AI-Med Conference in June.

This is a view of the virtual reality system Stanford created to train staff and educate patients and parents about congenital heart conditions and procedures. This video reached more than 36,000 people on Facebook and was the highest performing video from the 2019 Cardiology Artificial Intelligence AI-Med Conference in June. Here is a link to other AI-Med videos.

July 2, 2019 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology (DAIC) magazine website from the month of June 2019. This is based on the website’s 244,937 pageviews for the month:

1. Taking The Heart Team Staffing Business Seriously

2. Edwards Announces Research Milestones for Pascal Transcatheter Mitral Valve Program

3. Noninvasive Ear-Clip Nerve Stimulation Suppresses Atrial Fibrillation

4. Study Suggests Giving Comatose Cardiac Arrest Patients More Time to Wake Up

5. Medis QAngio XA 3D Receives FDA 510k Clearance

6. Strategies to Lower CT Contrast Dose and Track Usage

7. PODCAST: How to Reduce Cath Lab Radiation Dose — Interview with Nicholas Bevins, Ph.D., and Jessica Harrington, RCIS, Henry Ford Hospital

8. Orchestra BioMed Partnering With Terumo Corp. for Development, Commercialization of Virtue Sirolimus-eluting Balloon

9. Heart Rhythm Society 2019 Late-Breaking Clinical Trials

10. Innovative Cardiovascular Ultrasound Technologies Showcased at ASE 2019 Meeting

11. Medtronic Presents Positive Renal Denervation Results at EuroPCR 2019

12. Algorithm Steers Catheters to Right Spot to Treat Atrial Fibrillation

13. Gore Cardioform ASD Occluder Receives FDA Approval

14. SCAI Releases New Consensus Document on Classification Stages of Cardiogenic Shock

15. VIDEO: Use of Virtual Reality to Aid Congenital Heart Disease — Interview with David M. Axelrod, M.D.

16. Novel Therapeutic Approach Effective at Reducing Pressure for Heart Failure Patients

17. Terumo Medical Recalls SoloPath Balloon Expandable TransFemoral System and Re-collapsible Balloon Access System

18. VIDEO: How Smartphones May Revolutionize Healthcare in the Developing World — Interview with Jacques Kpodonu, M.D.

19. New Type of Cardiac Care to Cut Imaging Wait Times and Unnecessary Hospital Admissions

20. VIDEO: Overview of Artificial Intelligence and its Use in Cardiology — Interview with Anthony Chang, M.D.

 

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