Feature | April 06, 2020| Dave Fornell, Editor

Most Popular Cardiology Technology Content in March 2020

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

COVID-19 by far was the largest driver of DAIC website traffic in March 2020. Clinicians quickly wanted to access information of the disease and its relation to cardiology as the virus rapidly spread across the United States and Europe within just the four weeks of March. #COVID19 #coronavirus #SARScov2

COVID-19 by far was the largest driver of DAIC website traffic in March 2020. Clinicians quickly wanted to access information on the disease and its relation to cardiology as it rapidly spread across the United States and Europe just within the four weeks of March. DAIC has created a channel page for COVID-19 content.

April 6, 2020 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology (DAIC) magazine website from the month of March 2020. This is based on the website’s 296,206 pageviews for the month. Anything related to novel coronavirus (COVID-19) ranked at the top of this list this past month, helping drive near-record traffic numbers for the website:

1. ESC Council on Hypertension Says ACE-I and ARBs Do Not Increase COVID-19 Mortality

2. The Cardiac Implications of Novel Coronavirus

3. ACC COVID-19 Clinical Guidance For the Cardiovascular Care Team

4. COVID-19 Hydroxychloroquine Treatment Brings Prolonged QT Arrhythmia Issues

5. Italian Cardiologist Maurizio Galderisi Died From COVID-19

6. CMS Calls For Postponing All Elective Cardiac Tests and Procedures to Aid COVID-19 Containment 

7. VIDEO: What Cardiologists Need to Know about COVID-19 — Interview with Thomas Maddox, M.D.

8. ACC Cancels 2020 Conference Amid Coronavirus Concerns

9. Abbott Recalls Two Coronary Balloon Catheters That May Not Deflate

10. Philips Developing a, X-ray Free Cath Lab Imaging to Replace or Supplement Angiography

11. ACC 2020 Late-breaking Presentations

12. Coronavirus Fears Cancel European Cardiology and Radiology Conferences

13. VIDEO: Cancelling Non-essential Cardiac Procedures During the COVID-19 Outbreak — Interview with SCAI President Ehtisham Mahmud, M.D.

14. VIDEO: Occluding the SVC as a Reset Button in Heart Failure — Interview with Navin Kapur, M.D.

15. New Guidelines for Multimodality Imaging of Congenital Coronary Anomalies

 

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