Physical assaults by patients and relatives are becoming more common in cardiology. What can be done to keep safe?
Experts also call for more data, especially in high-risk patients, to clarify the best diagnosis and treatment options for ...
Numerous factors—money, convenience, control—are driving the shift, but ISET presenters agreed nothing’s set in stone.
Though gaps remain between what the trial found and real-world CLTI care and outcomes, those don’t undermine its contribution ...
The political action committee temporarily paused donations after the US Capitol attack 2 years ago, reassessing its process.
The society apologized, saying the remarks were “inconsistent with STS’s core values of diversity, equity, and inclusion.” ...
There are plenty of studies afoot testing mechanical thrombectomy and catheter thrombolysis, ISET speakers said.
Compared with surgery, PAD patients treated with bare-metal, covered, or drug-eluting stents have similar efficacy and safety ...
Some surgeons at STS argue the data, showing stark mortality reductions with CABG, should spark a rethink of the guidelines.
Amid debate over HF drug initiation and titration: a new study supports starting with sacubitril/valsartan, not switching to ...
The Cardiosave Hybrid and Cardiosave Rescue intra-aortic balloon pumps (IABPs) have been hit with another recall by the ...
Careful preplanning and an awareness of the risks may help avoid this rare but potentially deadly complication, STS data show ...