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The Most Read Articles in August in Interventional Cardiology

The Most Read Articles in August in Interventional Cardiology

01- Best Revascularization Strategy in Patients with Left Ventricular Deterioration Multivessel disease associated to ventricular function deterioration is challenging in terms of risk, when choosing a revascularization strategy.  Read also HERE 02- SOLACI Renewed Authorities During the SOLACI-CACI 2021 Congress After a massive event attended by thousands of people, the Latin American Society of Interventional Cardiology renewed its authorities for

The Most Read Articles of January in Interventional Cardiology

01- New Valvular Heart Disease Guidelines with Key TAVI and Mitral Regurgitation Updates Valvular heart disease management guidelines were updated last week by the AHA and the ACC.  Read more HERE 02- High Risk Anatomy Challenges ISCHEMIA Outcomes According to this recent analysis published in JAHA, patients with stable Ischemic heart disease and high-risk anatomy benefit from revascularization

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 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

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These were the 5 most read scientific articles of January

1) The 10 Commandments of ESC’s New STEMI Guidelines The authors have given an entertaining account of the most relevant points and differences between the new STEMI guidelines and the prior ones, from 2014. Read more  2) Burnout Syndrome among Cardiologists For the first time, the American College of Cardiology (ACC) has carried out a survey on this phenomenon,

The 9 most read scientific articles of 2017 in interventional 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) Nearly half of interventional cardiologists may have pre-cataract lesions This statement is based on eye

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