“Study Looks at Why More People Are Surviving Heart Attacks”- A heart attack is a traumatic and life-altering event, however, according to recent research, more people are surviving heart attacks now than they were just ten years ago, thanks to the advancement and accessibility of life-saving heart procedures. Dr. Ahmed comments.
Leslie Cho, MD Interview—ESC Congress 2016, Rome. HIJ-PROPER Trial.
Dr. Michael Lincoff discusses results from ACCELERATE trial involving patients with high risk vascular disease who received evacetrapib on top of standard care.
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Oussama Wazni, MD, MBA—ESC Congress 2016, Rome.
Dr. David Majdalany comments on case of man who had an isolated enlarged right atrium.
Remote heart monitoring can help detect emergencies
Research finds remote heart monitoring can help detect cardiac arrests and other serious events. Dr. Daniel Cantillon comments.
Cleveland Clinic tops in U.S. News heart rankings for 22 years, jumps to #2 hospital spot overall
U.S. News & World Report ranks Cleveland Clinic No. 1 in heart care for the 22nd consecutive year. Dr. Brian Griffin comments.
Program finds regional coordination cuts time to heart attack treatment. Dr. Umesh Khot comments.
Steven Nissen, M.D., Chairman of Cardiovascular Medicine comments.
Study finds not enough patients with new-onset heart failure get screened for ischemic coronary artery disease during their hospital stay. Dr. James Young comments.
An Oklahoma State basketball player died from an en-larged heart after a 40-minute team work out on the football stadium stairs in hot weather. Dr. Milind Desai comments.
New study adds to the weight of evidence in favor of the fatty acids for heart health. Dr. Steven Nissen comments.
Research finds blood oxygen-level dependent magnetic resonance imaging can detect myocardial ischemia without putting the heart under physiological or pharmacological stress. Dr. Paul Schoenhagen comments.
Dr. Steven Nissen recommends a daily aspirin for those who are at very high risk of a heart attack or previously suffered from a heart attack.
Experts discuss the worst foods for your heart. Registered dietitian Kate Patton comments.
Nancy Albert, PhD, CNS, discusses her presentation at the AAHFN Annual Meeting on reducing HF readmissions.
A 16-year-old who was the recipient of a heart transplant at Cleveland Clinic Children’s prepares to compete in golf in the Donate Life Transplant Games. Dr. Gerard Boyle and transplant coordinator Colleen Nasman comment.
Dr. Milind Desai discusses this new research.
Dr. Daniel Raymond shares his perspective on video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery study.
Dr. Milind Desai comments on LV dysfunction study.
Dr. Pettersson featured.
Venugopal Menon, MD provides insight.
FDA nudges companies to reduce sodium in processed food by a third
The Food and Drug Administration wants restaurants and food manufacturers to voluntarily cut the salt they add to food by one-third over the next decade in an effort to save thousands of lives a year from high blood pressure. Dr. Steven Nissen comments.
Dr. Ellis is interviewed about this a promising new update to stent technology.
The use of cardiac stress tests have skyrocketed, but Dr. Steven Nissen says they're often unnecessary and can lead to more expensive and riskier procedures.
Study finds nearly half of all heart attacks may be silent, occurring without any symptoms like chest pain, shortness of breath and cold sweats. Dr. Leslie Cho comments.
Perspective by Dr. Cantillon on AFACT trial & VANISH trial
Perspective by Dr. Tarakji on smartphone ECG monitoring.
Dr. Steven Nissen comments on the use of new cholesterol-lowering drugs.
Dr. Leslie Cho answers
Dr. Steven Nissen explains what you need to know about whole milk and your health.
New cholesterol methods needed in wake of failed drugs, heart researchers say
ACCELERATE trial – Dr. Nissen comments.
Statin intolerance is real, researchers find. Another (more costly) drug may get around the problem
GAUSS-3 trial Dr. Nissen comments
Dr. Shishehbor comments.
ACC.org with Dr. Svensson
The Truth About Weight Loss
Cleveland Clinic and Parade magazine reveal results of weight loss survey. Dr. Leslie Cho and Dr. Gordon Blackburn comment.
Cleveland Clinic study shows despite the general public’s better understanding of cardiovascular risk factors, doctors are seeing younger heart attack patients displaying these risk factors.
Dr. Stanley Hazen comments.
Younger Heart Attacks
Heart attack victims are getting younger with more risk factors with Dr. Samir Kapadia
With Dr. Moazami.
With Dr. Hazen
More interventional techniques are being used to improve outcomes for patients with heart failure. Dr. James Young comments.
Dr. Mehdi Shishehbor discusses findings from recent critical limb ischemia study.
Dr. Iqbal El Assaad and team of researchers at Cleveland Clinic Children’s find survival rates from out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in children are low, but certain characteristics improve outcomes.
Dr. Nissen comments.
Dr. Steven Nissen comments on the use of the drug meldonium.
Study finds Latin dancing appears to offer heart health benefits to older adults. Dr. Dermot Phelan comments.