This preplanned secondary analysis of a multicenter cohort study assesses the association of depression and mortality among older adults undergoing surgical and transcatheter aortic valve replacement.
This cohort study evaluates the use of resting heart rate over time for determination of cardiovascular outcomes in analysis of a community-based population.
This cohort study investigates the nonculprit plaque phenotype in patients with acute coronary syndrome according to culprit plaque pathology (erosion vs rupture) by 3-vessel optical coherence tomography imaging.
This longitudinal multicohort study evaluates the associations of 12 cardiovascular biomarkers with the development of heart failure with preserved ejection fraction vs heart failure with reduced ejection fraction.
This meta-analysis of 10 large trials assessed the associations of omega-3 fatty acid supplements with the risk of fatal and nonfatal coronary heart disease and major vascular events in 77 917 high-risk individuals.
This meta-analysis assesses the efficacy and safety of direct oral anticoagulants in addition to background antiplatelet therapy for secondary prevention in patients with acute coronary syndrome.
The study evaluates if or how metabolomic signatures reflect maladaptive left ventricular remodeling in patients with end-stage aortic stenosis and assesses whether transcatheter aortic valve replacement reverses metabolomic aberrations.
This retrospective cohort study evaluates the risk for heart disease or death in women with an infant born preterm and severely small for gestational weight.
This Viewpoint discusses the concept of a Heart-Brain Team, a collaborative team approach for cardiologists and neurologists for patient care.
This review examines outpatient treatment of worsening heart failure as an alternative to hospitalization.
A white woman in her late 50s reports palpitations, breathlessness, chest pain, and light-headedness. Although she has a family history of sudden cardiac death, her blood pressure, physical examination, echocardiographic, and coronary angiography findings are unremarkable except for low resting heart rate and mildly impaired systolic function. What would you do next?
This synopsis of the 2017 focused update of the 2014 American Heart Association and American College of Cardiology guidelines for patients with valvular heart disease discusses new recommendations regarding the selection of prosthetic valves in patients with valvular heart disease.
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