Novel antithrombotic regimen in patients with ischemic heart disease and peripheral arterial disease: Can we identify those who derive the highest benefit?

Novel antithrombotic regimen in patients with ischemic heart disease and peripheral arterial disease: Can we identify those who derive the highest benefit? J Med Econ. 2020 Apr 08;:1 Authors: Mahtta D, Virani SS PMID: 32267794 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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In this study, the CRI accurately reflected acute hemodynamic changes associated with TcPVR. Further re search is justified to determine if the CRI can be useful as an early warning tool in patients with CHD at risk for decompensation during and after cardiac procedures.
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FRIDAY, May 29, 2020 -- Women are less likely to have or die from cardiovascular disease than men, according to a study published online May 20 in The Lancet. Marjan Walli-Attaei, Ph.D., from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, and...
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Authors: Alkashkari W, Albugami S, Abbadi M, Niyazi A, Alsubei A, Hijazi ZM Abstract INTRODUCTION: Right ventricular outflow tract (RVOT) dysfunction is common among individuals with congenital heart disease (CHD). Surgical intervention often carries prohibitive risks due to the need for sequential pulmonary valve (PV) replacements throughout their life in the majority of cases. Transcatheter pulmonary valve replacement (tPVR) is one of the most exciting recent developments in the treatment of CHD and has evolved to become an attractive alternative to surgery in patients with RVOT dysfunction. Areas covered: In thi...
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Condition:   Heart Diseases Intervention:   Other: early ultrasound screening Sponsor:   University Hospital, Grenoble Not yet recruiting
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