Polypill in CVD: UMPIRE; populationwide sodium guidance "makes no sense"; e-cigarettes for smoking cessation; lipid-lowering in statin intolerant patients
Polypill in CVD: UMPIRE; populationwide sodium guidance "makes no sense"; e-cigarettes for smoking cessation; lipid-lowering in statin intolerant patients (Source: Radio TheHeart.org)
Source: Radio TheHeart.org - September 13, 2013 Category: Cardiology Authors: theheart.org Tags: This week in cardiology from heartwire Source Type: podcasts

Autoimmune disorders: An emerging risk factor for CV disease
For several decades, rheumatologists have documented the elevated risk for cardiovascular disease of patients with autoimmune disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis and lupus, but it has only relatively recently entered the cardiovascular literature. (Source: Radio TheHeart.org)
Source: Radio TheHeart.org - September 10, 2013 Category: Cardiology Authors: theheart.org Tags: Mayo Clinic Talks Source Type: podcasts

E-cigarettes and coronary microcirculation; guidelines for stable CAD, CVD with diabetes; ECHO-CRT; edoxaban in Hokusai-VTE; nonculprit lesions in PRAMI; Tour de France
(Source: Radio TheHeart.org)
Source: Radio TheHeart.org - September 6, 2013 Category: Cardiology Authors: theheart.org Tags: This week in cardiology from heartwire Source Type: podcasts

What's hot at ESC 2013; German CoreValve use on hold; ESC hot line ACCOAST was halted; Public Citizen to FDA: No more clopidogrel one year post-DES
(Source: Radio TheHeart.org)
Source: Radio TheHeart.org - August 30, 2013 Category: Cardiology Authors: theheart.org Tags: This week in cardiology from heartwire Source Type: podcasts

Statins, pharmacogenetics, and muscle pain; heavy coffee consumption linked to all-cause death; inflammation in atherosclerosis: is remnant cholesterol the cause?; Heartware ENDURANCE trial under fire
(Source: Radio TheHeart.org)
Source: Radio TheHeart.org - August 23, 2013 Category: Cardiology Authors: theheart.org Tags: This week in cardiology from heartwire Source Type: podcasts

"Treatment-resistant" hypertension: the role of suboptimal therapy; new coronary CTA slashes radiation; self-measured BP monitoring; meta-analysis makes case for DES in STEMI
Treatment-resistant hypertension: the role of suboptimal therapy; new coronary CTA slashes radiation; self-measured BP monitoring; meta-analysis makes case for DES in STEMI (Source: Radio TheHeart.org)
Source: Radio TheHeart.org - August 16, 2013 Category: Cardiology Authors: theheart.org Tags: This week in cardiology from heartwire Source Type: podcasts

Ensuring the validity of published clinical research
The veracity of clinical research has come under fire from varying angles—from concerns of bias from associations such as the Cochrane group, to the widespread outcry caused by the periodic discovery of "strategically repressed" studies. (Source: Radio TheHeart.org)
Source: Radio TheHeart.org - August 14, 2013 Category: Cardiology Authors: theheart.org Tags: The Bob Harrington Show Source Type: podcasts

Heart transplantation: Peri- and postoperative management
In a rapidly changing field, they share their expertise with the latest options in immunosuppressive strategy and thoughts on the long-term management of those who have had a transplant. (Source: Radio TheHeart.org)
Source: Radio TheHeart.org - August 12, 2013 Category: Cardiology Authors: theheart.org Tags: Mayo Clinic Talks Source Type: podcasts

Antihypertensives link to breast cancer; strategy for carotid/coronary disease; severe hypoglycemia and CVD in type 2 diabetes; wearable defibrillator: early post-MI experience
(Source: Radio TheHeart.org)
Source: Radio TheHeart.org - August 9, 2013 Category: Cardiology Authors: theheart.org Tags: This week in cardiology from heartwire Source Type: podcasts

Statins protective against Parkinson's: More evidence; abandoning off-pump CABG surgery?; prasugrel 5 mg, clopidogrel similarly safe, effective; perioperative beta-blocker controversy
(Source: Radio TheHeart.org)
Source: Radio TheHeart.org - August 2, 2013 Category: Cardiology Authors: theheart.org Tags: This week in cardiology from heartwire Source Type: podcasts

New echo study raises questions; aspirin often added to warfarin in AF without CAD, despite bleeding risk; two types of pulmonary hypertension respond to novel agent; Diovan data-manipulation scandal in Japan
New echo study raises questions; aspirin often added to warfarin in AF without CAD, despite bleeding risk; two types of pulmonary hypertension respond to novel agent; diovan data-manipulation scandal in Japan (Source: Radio TheHeart.org)
Source: Radio TheHeart.org - July 29, 2013 Category: Cardiology Authors: theheart.org Tags: This week in cardiology from heartwire Source Type: podcasts

New echo study raises questions; aspirin often added to warfarin in AF without CAD, despite bleeding risk; two types of pulmonary hypertension respond to novel agent; diovan data-manipulation scandal in Japan
(Source: Radio TheHeart.org)
Source: Radio TheHeart.org - July 29, 2013 Category: Cardiology Authors: theheart.org Tags: This week in cardiology from heartwire Source Type: podcasts

The COURAGE patients who crossed over; two new analyses link dabigatran to MI risk; beta-blockers in HF get bum rap for most "side effects"; 10 emerging uses for cardiac CT
The COURAGE patients who crossed over; two new analyses link dabigatran to MI risk; beta-blockers in HF get bum rap for most "side effects"; 10 emerging uses for cardiac CT (Source: Radio TheHeart.org)
Source: Radio TheHeart.org - July 19, 2013 Category: Cardiology Authors: theheart.org Tags: This week in cardiology from heartwire Source Type: podcasts

Robotic mitral-valve repair
Dr Rakesh Suri joins Dr Hector Michelena to discuss the genesis of the minimally invasive robotic approach to mitral-valve repair with tips on timing, safety, and a review of the relative advantages of the newer approach. (Source: Radio TheHeart.org)
Source: Radio TheHeart.org - July 19, 2013 Category: Cardiology Authors: theheart.org Tags: Mayo Clinic Talks Source Type: podcasts

Training the clinical trialist of tomorrow
Dr Renato Lopes joins Dr Bob Harrington to discuss the recent publication of Understanding Clinical Research and their years mentoring investigators. (Source: Radio TheHeart.org)
Source: Radio TheHeart.org - July 16, 2013 Category: Cardiology Authors: theheart.org Tags: The Bob Harrington Show Source Type: podcasts

New PCI programs cost billions, fail to improve timely access; olmesartan label change: potential for spruelike enteropathy; factor Xa inhibitor antidotes: evidence untestable in big trials?; sleep and CVD risk
(Source: Radio TheHeart.org)
Source: Radio TheHeart.org - July 12, 2013 Category: Cardiology Authors: theheart.org Tags: This week in cardiology from heartwire Source Type: podcasts

AMPLIFY: Apixaban in acute VTE; RESPECT "device-in-place" analysis; CV risk and HbA1c; aggressive glucose control in CV surgery patients with T2D
AMPLIFY: Apixaban in acute VTE; RESPECT "device-in-place" analysis; CV risk and HbA1c; aggressive glucose control in CV surgery patients with T2D (Source: Radio TheHeart.org)
Source: Radio TheHeart.org - July 5, 2013 Category: Cardiology Authors: theheart.org Tags: This week in cardiology from heartwire Source Type: podcasts

Kidney-injury analysis "reassuring" for high-potency statins in PROVE-IT, A to Z; triple therapy for new-onset diabetes; ATP 4, JNC 8 guidance out "in a matter of months"; no CVD benefit with lifestyle intervention in diabetics
Kidney-injury analysis "reassuring" for high-potency statins in PROVE-IT, A to Z; triple therapy for new-onset diabetes; ATP 4, JNC 8 guidance out "in a matter of months"; no CVD benefit with lifestyle intervention in diabetics (Source: Radio TheHeart.org)
Source: Radio TheHeart.org - July 3, 2013 Category: Cardiology Authors: theheart.org Tags: This week in cardiology from heartwire Source Type: podcasts

Minimally invasive approaches to congenital heart defects
Dr Harold Burkhart joins Dr Frank Cerra to review the use of robotics and other minimally invasive techniques in congenital heart patients. (Source: Radio TheHeart.org)
Source: Radio TheHeart.org - July 2, 2013 Category: Cardiology Authors: theheart.org Tags: Mayo Clinic Talks Source Type: podcasts

New European hypertension guidelines; saxagliptin falls short in CVD outcomes study; French registry: Tea and coffee lower BP; revised ACC/AHA HF guidelines
(Source: Radio TheHeart.org)
Source: Radio TheHeart.org - June 21, 2013 Category: Cardiology Authors: theheart.org Tags: This week in cardiology from heartwire Source Type: podcasts

Aspirin unneeded with anticoagulation/clopidogrel after MI, PCI in AF; vegetarian diet linked to longer life; FDA: Rosiglitazone does not up CV risk; New obesity drug, lorcaserin
(Source: Radio TheHeart.org)
Source: Radio TheHeart.org - June 14, 2013 Category: Cardiology Authors: theheart.org Tags: This week in cardiology from heartwire Source Type: podcasts

Tips for new TAVR centers
Among topics, they discuss: the key determinants of prognosis, the learning curve, addressing the risk of perioperative stroke, appropriate antiplatelet and anticoagulant therapies, access sites, and the importance of the "preflight check list." (Source: Radio TheHeart.org)
Source: Radio TheHeart.org - June 7, 2013 Category: Cardiology Authors: theheart.org Tags: Mayo Clinic Talks Source Type: podcasts

CoQ10 supplementation; Mediterranean diet slows atherosclerosis; new mineralocorticoid-receptor antagonist; sparks fly at FDA over ARB-cancer controversy: WSJ
(Source: Radio TheHeart.org)
Source: Radio TheHeart.org - June 7, 2013 Category: Cardiology Authors: theheart.org Tags: This week in cardiology from heartwire Source Type: podcasts

Diabetes risk with statins; rivaroxaban for ACS secondary prevention in Europe; vildagliptin in HF patients with diabetes; STEMI in young women
(Source: Radio TheHeart.org)
Source: Radio TheHeart.org - May 31, 2013 Category: Cardiology Authors: theheart.org Tags: This week in cardiology from heartwire Source Type: podcasts

Reacting to unanticipated results: A lesson in TACT
Few trials have stirred our imagination--and kept online forums as busy--as the TACT trial. With this controversial study as a backdrop, Drs Bob Harrington and Daniel Mark address the complicated issue of how to interpret unexpected findings. (Source: Radio TheHeart.org)
Source: Radio TheHeart.org - May 31, 2013 Category: Cardiology Authors: theheart.org Tags: The Bob Harrington Show Source Type: podcasts

Renal denervation; saturated fat; heparin vs bivalirudin; dabigatran "real-life"
Renal denervation; saturated fat; heparin vs bivalirudin; dabigatran real-life (Source: Radio TheHeart.org)
Source: Radio TheHeart.org - May 24, 2013 Category: Cardiology Authors: theheart.org Tags: This week in cardiology from heartwire Source Type: podcasts