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Best practices for vascular arterial access and closure: a contemporary guide for the cardiac catheterization laboratory

Frontiers in Cardiovascular Medicine

With an increasing recognition of the potential merits to standardized approaches to vascular access and closure, cardiovascular societies have put forth recommendations around best practices for performing these procedures in the cardiac catheterization laboratories.

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Urgent Need to Develop Best Practices to Advance Use of AI in Cardiovascular Care


Among the objectives of this manuscript is to identify best practices as well as gaps and challenges that may improve the applicability of AI tools in each area.”

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Best Practices for Advanced Cardiac Life Support

NEJM Journal Watch - Cardiology

The American Heart Association has published minor but relevant updates to its resuscitation guidelines.

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Urgent need to develop best practices to advance use of AI in cardiovascular care

American Heart News - Heart News

Statement Highlights: The American Heart Association encourages research and development of artificial intelligence (AI) and other related tools and services that may support and enable more precise approaches to cardiovascular and stroke research,

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Shared Decision-Making, Routine Monitoring Among Best Practices for Managing EoE


The literature review discusses the rising incidence of eosinophilic esophagitis, highlighting the efficacy of proton pump inhibitors, challenges in diagnosis, and the need for collaborative decision-making in its management.

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The best practice for preventing radial artery occlusion

The American Journal of Cardiology

Publication date: Available online 25 January 2024 Source: The American Journal of Cardiology Author(s): Giuseppe Andò, Alessia Cascone, Gianni Dall'Ara

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Abstract WP17: Best Practices for Optimizing Door-to-Needle Times: Road to Target Stroke Phase III

Stroke Journal

Stroke, Volume 55, Issue Suppl_1 , Page AWP17-AWP17, February 1, 2024. Introduction:The launch of AHA’s Target: Stroke Phase III in 2019 challenged stroke centers to achieve DTN times ≤ 30 min of arrival to ≥ 50% of AIS patients treated with IV thrombolytics.