Feature | November 01, 2019| Dave Fornell, Editor

Most Popular Cardiology Technology Content in October 2019

This is the most popular cardiovascular technology news content according to reader pageview analytics in October 2019

Former National Football League (NFL) player Ed White (left) needed a new aortic heart valve but decided to wait several months for the FDA to approve TACR for low-risk patients so he would not have to undergo open heart surgery. Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders received two stents after he was hospitalized with chest pain was hospitalized with chest pain on Oct. 1 in Las Vegas. The event brought PCI to the forefront of national news in October.

Former National Football League (NFL) player Ed White (left) needed a new aortic heart valve, but decided to wait several months for the FDA to approve TAVR for low-risk patients so he would not have to undergo open heart surgery. Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders received two stents after he was hospitalized with chest pain was hospitalized with chest pain on Oct. 1 in Las Vegas. The event brought PCI to the forefront of national news in October. 

November 1, 2019 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology (DAIC) magazine website from the month of October 2019. This is based on the website’s 231,423 pageviews for the month:

1. FDA Clears Dapagliflozin to Reduce Heart Failure Hospitalizations

2. TCT 2019 Late-breaking Presentations

3. Sudden Cardiac Arrest Patient Walks to Ambulance Thanks to Wearable Defibrillator

4. Two Stents Implanted in Democratic Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders

5. NFL Great Ed White Gets New TAVR Heart Valve at Scripps

6. Michigan Hospital Improves Post-CABG Outcomes Using Proactive Amiodarone Protocol

7. Medtronic Initiates Worldwide Pivotal Study of Extravascular Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator

8. New Study Shows Chronic Epilepsy Associated With Marker of Cardiac Electrical Instability

9. New Acurate neo Self-expanding TAVR Device Does Not Meet Non-Inferiority Compared to Sapien 3

10. IVUS and iFR Video Game App Training Offered by Philips and Level Ex

11. OmniVision Announces Guinness World Record for Smallest Image Sensor

12. Medtronic Recalls 6 French Sherpa NX Active Guide Catheters

13. Robocath Successfully Carries Out First Robotic Coronary Angioplasties in Humans

14. VIDEO: Cardiogenic Shock Initiative Continues to Reduce Mortality by 50 Percent — Interview at TCT 2019 with William O'Neill, M.D.

15. Kardium Announces Successful Results From GLOBAL-AF Study

16. VIDEO: Use of Large Bore Vascular Closure — Interview at TCT 2019 with Ashish Pershad, M.D.

17. Research Improves Understanding of Mechanism of Atrial Fibrillation

18. University Hospitals Designs the Cardiovascular Center of the Future

19. VIDEO: The Expansion of TAVR Following the FDA Clearing its Use in All Patients — Interview at TCT 2019 with Torsten Vahl, M.D.,

20. VIDEO: Trends in Radial Access for Percutaneous Coronary Interventions — Interview at TCT 2019 with Sunil Rao, M.D., and Prashant Kaul, M.D.

 

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