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Lo Más Leído de Septiembre en Solaci.org

The Most Read Scientific Articles in September at Solaci.org

The Most Read Scientific Articles in September at Solaci.org

1- ESC 2019 | New European Guidelines on “Chronic Coronary Syndromes” In Paris, during the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Congress 2019 Scientific Sessions, new guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of chronic coronary syndromes were presented. This document, simultaneously published in Euro Heart J, updates the 2013 guidelines on stable ischemic heart disease and


The Most Read Articles of August in solaci website

1-FDA Expands TAVR Indication to Low-Risk Patients Both the self-expandable valve Evolut R and its direct competitor, balloon-expandable valve Sapien 3, received the authorization to be indicated for low-risk patients in a long-awaited announcement made on August 16th, 2019. Read also HERE 2-Mechanisms of Post PCI Persistent Angina Angina persistence or recurrence after PCI can

Lo más leído de Julio en solaci.org

The Most Read Articles of July in solaci website

1-Though Systolic BP Seems More Important, Diastolic BP Should Not Be Disregarded Systolic hypertension is more often associated to cardiovascular events. However, diastolic blood pressure should not be disregarded, since it can also predict even worse outcomes. Read more HERE 2-After Much Toing and Froing, Gastrointestinal Protection Is Back to the Forefront Several clinical guidelines

Lo más leído de mayo en solaci.org

The Most Read Articles of may in Interventional Cardiology

1- Surprising EXCEL Outcomes in Diabetics with Main Left Stenosis This study especially designed to compare PCI vs. CABG in patients with left main coronary artery disease and low to intermediate Syntax score showed that 30-day and 3 -year outcomes of PCI with everolimus eluting stents vs CABG were consistent both in diabetic and non-diabetic

Lo más leído de Marzo en Solaci.org

The Most Read Articles of March in Interventional Cardiology

1- What to Do with Blood Pressure Levels Between 130/80 and 139/89 mmHg The decision to be made with a treatment-free patient with systolic blood pressure over 160 mmHg or diastolic blood pressure over 100 mmHg is an easy one. All guidelines agree: treatment should be started immediately alongside lifestyle changes. Read more    2-

The Most Relevant Articles of 2018 in Pharmacology and Clinical Cardiology

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- New European Hypertension Guidelines Contrast with American Recommendations The European