Tag Archives: coronary disease

ESC 2019 | CLARIFY: Los síntomas predicen riesgo solamente en pacientes con infarto previo

ESC 2019 | CLARIFY: Symptoms Predict Risk Only in Patients with Prior MI

ESC 2019 | CLARIFY: Symptoms Predict Risk Only in Patients with Prior MI

The 5-year follow up of patients with chronic stable angina (or as the guidelines currently call it “chronic coronary syndrome”) indicate the risk of cardiovascular death or non-fatal MI is quite low, but risk factor control is still fairly poor. This information comes from the CLARIFY study, presented at ESC 2019 and published simultaneously in

ESC 2019 | AFIRE: monoterapia de rivaroxabán en fibrilación auricular y enfermedad coronaria estable

ESC 2019 | AFIRE: Monotherapy with Rivaroxaban in Atrial Fibrillation and Stable CAD

In patients with atrial fibrillation and stable coronary artery disease who have not had revascularization procedures in the last 12 months, monotherapy with rivaroxaban seems the best treatment strategy compared to rivaroxaban plus antiplatelet antiaggregation. This is what resulted from the AFIRE study, presented during the ESC 2019 in Paris and published in NEJM. Monotherapy

Monto de isquemia basal en pacientes con múltiples vasos y evolución a largo plazo

Amount of Baseline Ischemia in Patients with Multivessel Disease and Long-Term Progress

According to this recent analysis of the MASS II trial, which will soon be published in JAMA, baseline ischemia is not associated with events at 10 years in patients with chronic stable angina. The ischemic burden induced through exercise does not predict events or long-term ventricular function. Such data add some suspense to the results

Lesiones coronarias no obstructivas y disfunción ventricular

Nonobstructive Coronary Lesions and Ventricular Dysfunction

Many patients arrive to the cath lab for a diagnostic coronary angiography after an echo showing severe ventricular dysfunction, even in asymptomatic patients. In many occasions, their coronary arteries are normal, and in many others, we find coronary disease that is not enough to warrant such severe ventricular dysfunction. Patients with heart failure are frequently

La enfermedad coronaria funciona como un predictor a 30 días en el TAVI

Asymptomatic Coronary Artery Disease, Silent Ischemia: A Cardiologist’s Headache

We need more evidence to guide us in the management of silent ischemia. Confirmed asymptomatic coronary artery disease is a problem for cardiologists, who lack enough evidence to guide a risk-benefit assessment that justifies revascularization. Revascularizing the outcome of a functional assessment may reduce the rates of death and infarction, or it may just be

CRM vs DES: ¿Cuál se asocia mejor calidad de vida a largo plazo?

The “Ten Commandments” of Myocardial Revascularization According to Europe

The new European guidelines on myocardial revascularization were developed by a joint effort of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) and the European Association of Cardiovascular Surgery (EACTS). These guidelines are intended to support clinical practice with pragmatic recommendations based on currently available evidence and on personal experience, whenever evidence is missing. Both coronary angioplasty

Lo más leído de 2018 en solaci.org

The 10 most consulted articles at SOLACI during 2018

1- New High Blood Pressure Guidelines The wait is finally over: the high blood pressure guidelines that have been in the works for the past 3 years saw the light of day at the American Heart Association (AHA) 2017 Scientific Sessions. Read more    2- The 10 Commandments of ESC’s New STEMI Guidelines The authors

ARTE: ¿AsEl fin de la aspirina para los pacientes anticoagulados que reciben angioplastiapirina o aspirina más clopidogrel post TAVI?

Aspirin, Bleeding and Cardiovascular Events in Healthy Elderly

The ASCEND and ARRIVE trials -presented at the European Cardiology Congress and published in The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) and The Lancet respectively- have put against the ropes the indication of aspirin in the context of primary prevention. The ASPREE trial, recently published in the NEJM, appears to have definitely overthrown aspirin, since

Se rompe el mito de la isquemia silente en los diabéticos

Coronary Disease in Diabetes: Diabetic Patients Have Much Greater Plaque Progression

Patients with diabetes mellitus experience significantly greater plaque progression, particularly regarding adverse plaque. Male sex and baseline plaque volume >75% were identified as independent risk factors for plaque progression; the latter actually tripled the risk. This study with tomographic follow-up sought to determine the rate and extent of plaque progression, changes in plaque features, and

AHA 2018 | El metotrexate como anti inflamatorio no logró mostrar beneficios

AHA 2018 | No Benefits with Methothrexate as Anti-Inflammatory Drug

Low-dose methotrexate (a nonspecific anti-inflammatory agent used for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis and other autoimmune disorders) did not prevent cardiovascular events in patients with a prior infarction or multivessel coronary artery disease, according to this study presented at the American Heart Association (AHA) Congress and published simultaneously in the New England Journal of Medicine

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