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What I learned from writing my most-read ‘Heart Sisters’ articles in 2023

Heart Sisters

The most-popular HEART SISTERS posts from 2023 were all over the map - from 'Struggle Care' to sweating, hanging up that iconic Red Dress, or cardiac arrest on the toilet!

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OMI-NOMI paradigm established as better than STEMI-NSTEMI with new article

Dr. Smith's ECG Blog

The article by Aslanger, Smith et al that is featured above in today’s post has just been published. The above-cited newly published article by Aslanger, Smith et al provides further support to the growing body of literature of why we should compel ourselves to do so. P.S.: Our September 3, 2020 post features Dr.

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IJCS implements publication fee

International Journal of Cardiovascular Sciences

As of 04/01/2024, IJCS will implement a publication fee for the first author of the approved article according to the following conditions: If the first author, whether national or international, is not a member of SBC ; or If the first author is a member but is in arrears.

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AI Chatbots Show Promise as Patient Information Source for Glaucoma

HCPLive

Article intelligence chatbots, including ChatGPT and Bard, varied in accuracy, comprehensiveness, and readability on glaucoma questions adapted from patient brochures.

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Proximity-based labelling for proteomic mapping

Nature Reviews - Cardiology

Nature Reviews Cardiology, Published online: 19 June 2024; doi:10.1038/s41569-024-01054-6 In this Tools of the Trade article, Jablonska describes the use of proximity-based labelling for the proteomic profiling of novel protein–protein interactions.

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Omecamtiv Mecarbil in the treatment of heart failure: the past, the present, and the future

Frontiers in Cardiovascular Medicine

From this viewpoint, the present article focuses on Omecamtiv Mecarbil (OM), an emerging chemical compound said to exert inotropic effects without altering calcium homeostasis. These of no doubt make the present article the most systemic and informative one among the existing literature.

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Suture-to-scan: ultrasonography-guided induction of heart injury

Nature Reviews - Cardiology

Nature Reviews Cardiology, Published online: 19 June 2024; doi:10.1038/s41569-024-01055-5 In this Tools of the Trade article, Berkeley and Thomson describe the use of a minimally invasive strategy to standardize the induction of myocardial infarction in mice.