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Embargo: 17 October 2015 at 08:30 CEST “Atrial fibrillation (AF) is the most common heart rhythm disorder and affects 1.5–2% of people in the developed world,” said Dr Denham. ...

Date : 17/10/2015
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[...]new evidence published in the European Heart Journal [1] today has shown that doctors who try to detect these heartbeat irregularities (known as arrhythmias) by focusing on the left ventricle of ...

Date : 01/06/2015
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(1) Patients who received catheter ablation of atrial fibrillation had lower mortality and less hospitalisation for worsening heart failure compared to those receiving conventional drug ...

Date : 27/08/2017
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The CRT-MADIT-CRT trial - presented at the Heart Failure Congress 2011, organized by the Heart Failure Association of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) in Late Breaking Session 1 - showed that ...

Date : 22/05/2011
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MitraClip Therapy Demonstrates Benefits For Heart Failure Patients Who Do Not Respond to Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy Results of an observational study presented at the European Society of ...

Date : 28/08/2011
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Dear Friends, In 2016 the Task Force for Cancer Treatment Toxicity was established and a Position Paper on this topic was published. Since the Council’s creation we have already been working ...

Date : 30/11/2018
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Cardio Oncology is a relatively new subspecialty involving all fields of cardiology from ventricular dysfunction to coronary heart disease to arrhythmic issues to vascular complications. Cancer ...

Date : 22/10/2018
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In the landscape of new trials with oral anticoagulants, the Hokusai-VTE findings offer fresh insight into a previously under-represented subgroup of patients with pulmonary embolism (PE), suggesting ...

Date : 01/09/2013
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Embargo Sunday 22 May 2011 15.45 CET May 22, 2011- Gothenburg, Sweden : The aldosterone antagonist eplerenone (Inspra, Pfizer) significantly reduced the development of new onset atrial fibrillation ...

Date : 22/05/2011