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ACCEL Lite: Top Takeaways from 2023: General Cardiology with Andrew Kates, MD, FACC

American College of Cardiology

Bailey, MD, FACC, discuss the top takeaways in general cardiology from 2023 including ARAMIS, ORBITA-2, and STOP-CA trials. In this interview, Andrew Kates, MD, FACC, and Alison L.

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Preconception counselling in women of reproductive age attending cardiology clinics in Scotland

Heart BMJ

We assessed the provision of preconception counselling (PCC) among women of reproductive age attending general cardiology outpatient clinics over a 12-month period in two large health boards in Scotland.

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Safety outcomes of suspected cardiac pathology assessed in an ambulatory rapid-access cardiology clinic

The British Journal of Cardiology

We evaluated a novel rapid-access general cardiology clinic to achieve this, implemented during the COVID-19 pandemic. Cardiac pathology contributes to a significant proportion of emergency department (ED) attendances. Many could be managed as urgent outpatients and avoid hospital admission.

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Top Interventional Cardiology Conferences and Courses in 2024

Cardiology Update

As the field of interventional cardiology continues to evolve, staying informed about the latest advancements is crucial. Here is our curated list of the top interventional cardiology conferences and courses scheduled for 2024.

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Pass the Boards With 5 Free Nuclear Cardiology Sample Questions

BoardVitals - Cardiovascular

Our questions are targeted to the topics outlined on the exam content outline provided by the Certification Board of Nuclear Cardiology (CBNC) such as: Physics and Instrumentation 11-12% Radiopharmaceuticals – 7-8% Radiation Safety – 10-11% Nuclear Cardiology Diagnostic Tests and Procedures/Protocols – 15-16% General Cardiology as (..)

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Preoxygenation with noninvasive ventilation better than that with oxygen mask alone

All About Cardiovascular System and Disorders

Study by PREOXI Investigators and the Pragmatic Critical Care Research Group published in the New England Journal of Medicine compared the effects of preoxygenation with noninvasive ventilation and preoxygenation with oxygen mask, prior to intubation among critically ill persons [1].

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Impact of Diabetes on Outcomes in Left Main Coronary Revascularization: PCI vs. CABG

Cardiology Update

Left main coronary artery disease (CAD) and diabetes pose significant challenges in cardiovascular care, often leading to adverse outcomes. However, the comparative long-term efficacy of percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) versus coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) in patients with these conditions remains unclear.

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