Feature | December 17, 2019

Most Popular Cardiology Technology Content in November 2019

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

The most popular content in the month of November on DAIC was by far the data from the late-breaking trials from the American Herart Association (AHA) 2019 meeting. The second item on this month's list is an overview of key heart failure takeaways from AHA by Nasrien Ibrahim, M.D., associate director of resynchronization and advanced cardiac therapeutics at Massachusetts General Hospital.  Photo by Scott Morgan/AHA.

The most popular content in the month of November on DAIC was by far the data from the late-breaking trials from the American Herart Association (AHA) 2019 meeting. The second item on this month's list is an overview of key heart failure takeaways from AHA by Nasrien Ibrahim, M.D., associate director of resynchronization and advanced cardiac therapeutics at Massachusetts General Hospital.  Photo by Scott Morgan/AHA. 

December 16, 2019 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology (DAIC) magazine website from the month of November 2019. This is based on the website’s 250,471 pageviews for the month:

1. American Heart Association 2019 Late-breaking Trials

2. Key Heart Failure Takeaways at AHA 2019

3. Cleveland Clinic Unveils Top 10 Medical Innovations for 2020

4. Wireless and Leadless Pacemaker Being Developed by Texas Heart Institute With Federal Grant

5. Over 60 New Safety Reports Filed With FDA for Maquet IABPs Turning Off During Use

6. Edwards Sapien 3 TAVI Granted European Approval to Treat Low-risk Patients

7. Incorporating Distal Radial Artery Access Into Clinical Practice

8. FDA Clears Dapagliflozin to Reduce Heart Failure Hospitalizations

9. FDA Warns Biotin Dietary Supplements Interfere With Cardiac Troponin Tests

10. 6 Hot Topics in Interventional Cardiology at TCT 2019

11. ISCHEMIA Trial Results Find Interventions for Stable Heart Disease No better Than Drug Therapy

12. Bioresorbable Stent Shows Good 5-Year Outcomes in ABSORB BTK Trial

13. New Algorithms in Medtronic Micra Pacemaker May Improve Synchrony and Cardiac Function in AV Block

14. 6 Trends in Cardiac Nuclear Imaging at the ASNC 2019 Meeting

15. The Future of Cardiac Rhythm Management Device Technology

16. No Difference Between Drug-coated Balloons and Plain Balloons After Laser Atherectomy

17. DAIC November-December 2019 Online Issue and Digital Edition

18. VIVA 2019 Late-breaking Clinical Trials

19. Early Bird Bleed Monitoring System Used in First Commercial U.S. Patient

20. LimFlow Procedure Successful in Bypassing Unreconstructable Arteries in Limb-threatening Ischemia

 

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