Feature | April 01, 2019

Most Popular Cardiology Technology Content in March 2019

The top cardiac technology news item in March was the FDA clearing the MitraClip for use in heart failure patients with functional mitral regurgitation based on the very positive results of the COAPT Trial.

The top cardiac technology news item in March was the FDA clearing the MitraClip for use in heart failure patients with functional mitral regurgitation based on the very positive results of the COAPT Trial.

April 1, 2019 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology (DAIC) magazine website from the month of March 2019. This is based on the website’s 276,315 pageviews for the month:

 

1. ACC 2019 Late-breaking Presentations

 

2. FDA Approves MitraClip for Use in Heart Failure Patients With Functional Mitral Regurgitation

 

3. VIDEO: Why Are There So Many Foreign Doctors? — William Pinsky, M.D., and Mandeep Mehra M.D.

 

4. Toilet Seat Detects Congestive Heart Failure

 

5. 6 Key Health Information Technology Trends at HIMSS 2019

 

6. Monday ACC 2019: How Interventionalists Can Keep From Missing Coronary Stenoses

 

7. VIDEO: Artificial Intelligence Applications for Cardiology — Interview with Anthony Chang, M.D.

 

8. FDA Clears Biotronik Orsiro Stent That Outperforms Xience

 

9. FDA Issues Safety Alert on Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities of Medtronic ICD, CRT Devices

 

10. VIDEO: Use of an Antibacterial Envelope to Reduce Infections for Pacemakers, ICDs — Interview with Khaldoun Tarakji, M.D.

 

11. Stopping DAPT After One Month Improved Outcomes in Stent Patients 

 

12. FDA Approves 3T Acticor and Rivacor Tachycardia Devices from Biotronik

 

13. Cook Medical Recalls Transseptal Needle Due to Risk of Detached Plastic Fragments

 

14. Global Market for Transcatheter Treatments to Double in Next Five Years

 

15. VIDEO: Use of Wearable Medical Devices for Cardiac Rehabilitation — Interview with Robert Klempfner, M.D.

 

16. Video Game Format Used to Train Cardiologists

 

17. Ultrasound Societies Urge FDA to Remove Black Box Warning on Echo Contrast Agents

 

18. FDA Approves Optimizer Smart System for Heart Failure Patients 

 

19. Right Heart Hemodynamic Support With Impella RP, Getting it Right

 

20. FDA Releases Final Guidances on Regenerative Medicine Therapies

 

 

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