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After Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes, Mortality Risk Lingers for Decades

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(MedPage Today) -- Women who experienced major adverse pregnancy outcomes still had increased mortality risks decades later, a population-based cohort study of Swedish data found. Adverse pregnancy outcomes independently associated with increased.

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Heart Disease Outcomes Better When Anxiety, Depression Are Treated

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(MedPage Today) -- In people with heart disease and comorbid anxiety or depression, mental health treatment showed strong links to better clinical outcomes in an observational analysis of the Ohio Medicaid database. Those hospitalized with coronary.

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COPD, IPF Linked to More Severe COVID-19 Outcomes, Mortality Risk

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New data show COPD and IPF, among other interstitial lung diseases, are more significantly associated with poor 30-day outcomes from COVID-19 than asthma.

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Iron Deficiency Linked to Poor Outcomes in Kidney Transplant Recipients

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Iron deficiency, independent of anemia, may be a potentially modifiable target to improve patient-reported outcomes after kidney transplantation.

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Renal Function Mediates Link Between Lp(a), Adverse Cardiovascular Outcomes

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A significant association between Lp(a) and adverse cardiovascular outcomes was altered by renal function in patients undergoing percutaneous coronary intervention.

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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. Preliminary evidence from trials focusing on patients with multivessel disease has hinted at diabetes as a potential modifier of treatment outcomes. Original article: Gaba P et al. Circulation.

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Valvular and perivalvular thrombus after TAVR: Risks and Outcomes

Cardiology Update

This sub-study aimed to assess the frequency of both valvular (subclinical leaflet thrombus) and perivalvular (supravalvular, subvalvular, and sinus of Valsalva) thrombus and their potential association with various clinical outcomes. had thrombus at any aortic valve complex. Specifically, 14.2% had perivalvular thrombus.

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