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The Most Read Articles in Structural Heart Disease in 2020

The Most Read Articles in Structural Heart Disease of 2020

The Most Read Articles in Structural Heart Disease of 2020

In this selection, we summarize for you the most important scientific news of 2020 in the field of structural heart disease. 01- Virtual ACC 2020 | COAPT: Better Quality of Life Translates into Harder End-Points After transcatheter mitral valve repair with MitraClip, the COAPT patients saw improved quality of life, better survival rate and fewer hospitalizations

Most read articles of november

The Most Read Articles in Interventional Cardiology

01- Ticagrelor or Prasugrel in ST Elevation MI In patients undergoing ST elevation acute myocardial infarction (STEMI) receiving primary PCI, no significative differences between prasugrel and ticagrelor were found. However, the latter was associated to a significantly higher number of repeat MI when considered separately.  Read more HERE 02- Number of Hours of Sleep and

The Most Read Scientific Articles in Interventional Cardiology

01- How To De-Escalate Prasugrel After Acute Coronary Syndrome? Patients who undergo coronary angioplasty after acute coronary syndrome could de-escalate dual antiplatelet therapy with prasugrel to maintain the protection against ischemic events while lowering their hemorrhagic risk. Read more HERE 02- Not All Coronary Spasms Are the Same: Benefits of Acetylcholine Patients with documented spasm

The Most Read Articles of September in Interventional Cardiology

01- ESC 2020 | New European Guidelines on Non-ST-Segment Elevation Acute Coronary Syndromes: What’s New? The new European guidelines on NON-ST-segment elevation acute coronary syndromes (NSTE ACS) were presented virtually during the European Society of Cardiology 2020 Congress (ESC 2020) and published in Eur Heart J. Read more HERE 02- Ticagrelor to Improve Venous Graft Patency Saphenous

The Most Read Articles of August in Interventional Cardiology

01- Myocardial Injury for COVID-19 Even in Young Patients with Mild Symptoms Most young COVID-19 patients not requiring hospitalization showed abnormal cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (CMR) beyond two months after diagnosis. Read more HERE 02- Rapid Drop of Antibodies in Mild COVID-19 patients A fast drop in COVID-19 antibodies in mild patients triggers the alarm

The Most Read Scientific Articles of July

The Most Read Scientific Articles of July in Interventional Cardiology

01- SOLACI PERIPHERAL | 2nd Clinical Case: Juxtarenal Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm SOLACI’s Department of Peripheral Endovascular Interventions brings a new challenging clinical case for the whole Latin American medical community so as to continue fostering and sharing scientific knowledge and experience among peers. Read more HERE 02- EuroPCR 2020 | A Trick to Find the Perfect

The Most Read Scientific Articles of June in solaci.org

01- The FDA Approves Ticagrelor for Primary Prevention in High Risk Patients The FDA has approved the indication of ticagrelor as primary prevention in high risk CAD patients with no history of MI or stroke.  Read also HERE 02- Estimating the Risk of Infection for Healthcare Personnel Roughly one out of every 100 healthcare workers at

Most read scientific articles of may in interventional cardiology

The Most Read Scientific Articles of May in Interventional Cardiology

01- Management of Infarction During the COVID-19 Pandemic Patients with cardiovascular disease infected with COVID-19 are at a particular risk for morbidity and mortality. In any case, it should be noted that most patients requiring cardiovascular care due to ischemic heart disease, peripheral vascular disease, or structural heart disease are not infected. Read more HERE

The most read scientific articles in april

The most read scientific articles on interventional cardiology in april

01- ECS Guidelines for COVID-19 Management One of the first statements in this document points out these are not “regular guidelines” developed after thorough analysis of all the available evidence published since the last update. Instead, they are meant to provide temporary basic management pointers on how to handle different scenarios of cardiac patients in the

Most read scientific articles

The Most Read Scientific Articles of March

01- Coronavirus and the Heart: How Should Cardiologists Prepare? As the number of confirmed cases increases throughout the globe, a picture is emerging as to what the direct cardiovascular effects of this pandemic may be. Read more HERE 02- TAVR: Should Transradial Approach be the Second Access Site? Courtesy of Dr. Carlos Fava. One of

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