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In a new study, the combination of hands-on in school asthma therapy and telemedicine visits proved a successful model that could be scalable.
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A small single-center study yields provocative results that may help increase understanding of the importance of the left atrial appendage.
Results of the largest study to assess impact of left atrial appendage closure during routine non-AF-related cardiac surgery raise a few new questions.
A recent study finds an unexepcted association between the CVD biomarker lipoprotein(a), atrial fibrillation, and stroke.
Favorable results seen with sofosbuvir-containing regimens in these complex patients need to be tempered with the high potential for adverse drug interactions.