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The year's biggest news in cardiovascular medicine

ASNC SmartBrief | Dec 17, 2014

Development of cholesterol-fighting PCSK9 inhibitors and anticlotting PAR-1 antagonists are among the 10 most important cardiovascular care developments of 2014, according to a Harvard Heart Letter report. Also on the list are data supporting transcatheter aortic valve replacement and bariatric surgery, as well as the advent of wireless heart failure monitoring. BeckersHospitalReview.com (12/15)


Advanced imaging moves from offices to hospitals, study finds

ASNC SmartBrief | Dec 17, 2014

Study backs angiography for ID of noncalcified lesions

ASNC SmartBrief | Dec 15, 2014

New Online CME/CE Activity for Physicians and Technologists!

ASNC SmartBrief | Dec 17, 2014

Senate confirms surgeon general

ASNC SmartBrief | Dec 17, 2014

Five modules of the Nuclear Cardiology Knowledge Self-Assessment Program are now available

ASNC SmartBrief | Dec 15, 2014

FDA has approved 35 new drugs this year, surpassing 2013 levels

ASNC SmartBrief | Dec 17, 2014

Data show yoga offers heart benefits similar to aerobics

ASNC SmartBrief | Dec 17, 2014

Top 11 ways ASNC worked for the nuclear cardiology profession in 2014

ASNC SmartBrief | Dec 17, 2014

Study: Extra abdominal weight may raise cardiac arrest risk

ASNC SmartBrief | Dec 15, 2014


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