Feature | June 01, 2021

Most Popular Cardiology Technology Content in May 2021

How to best anticoagulate COVID-19 patients of varying degrees of disease severity has become one of the biggest questions in medicine over the past year and there are more than 80 ongoing trials looking to answer this question. This was the top story in May 2020. Watch a VIDEO interview on this topic. Find more coronavirus-cardiology news.

June 1, 2021 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology (DAIC) magazine website from the month of May 2021. This is based on the website’s 239,281 pageviews for the month.

1. Overview of Trials for Anticoagulation Therapy for COVID-19 Patients

2. ACC 2021 Late Breaking Cardiology Study Results

3. COVID-19 Blood Vessel Damage May Cause Brain Fog and Other Long-hauler Symptom

4. Wearable Cardiac Devices Market Will See Rapid Expansion in Coming Years

5. Image Gallery Showing Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic

6. AFib Rhythm Control Versus Rate Control Strategy in Heart Failure Showed No Differences

7. If MitraClip Fails 95 Percent of Patients Will Need Surgical Valve Replacement

8. Former Vice President Mike Pence Has Pacemaker Implanted

9. Third of COVID Patients With STEMI Heart Attacks Die

10. Renal Denervation Lowers Blood Pressure in Medication-Resistant Hypertension

11. National Cardiogenic Shock Initiative Protocol Shows 71 Percent Survival

12. Left Atrial Appendage Occlusion Reduces Stroke After Heart Surgery

13. Etripamil Nasal Spray Does Not Meet Primary Endpoint in Treating Supraventricular Tachycardia

14. One-year Results of the Harmony Transcatheter Pulmonary Valve Trial Presented at SCAI 2021

15. The Emory Angle Can Help Eliminate Paravalvular Leak in Transcatheter Mitral Interventions

16. SCAI Updates Best Practices in the Cardiac Cath Lab Guidelines Document

17. NCDR LAAO Registry Shows Left Atrial Appendage Occlusion Associated With Low Rate of Stroke

18. Bioresorbable ASD Occluder Prepares to Enter U.S. Clinical Trial

19. Radial Hemostasis Time Cut by 50 Percent With StatSeal in Combination With TR Band

20. FDA Warns Magnets in Cell Phones and Smart Watches May Affect Pacemakers and Other EP Devices

21. Abbott’s New Artificial Intelligence OCT Coronary Imaging Platform Launches in Europe

22. TAVR Anticoagulation With Apixaban Not Superior to Standard Care

23. SCAI 2021 Late-breaking Clinical Study Results

24. FDA Clears Smaller iRhythm Monitor with AI Arrhythmia Detection

25. Baby and Regular Strength Aspirin Equal in Cardiac Platelet Inhibition and Safety

 

 

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