Heart age is higher than actual age, so many men don’t understand their risk of cardiovascular diseases and are missing opportunities to prevent them.
8 Things About Death (Besides the Obvious)
Here's a look at some of the ways people have been dying lately -- from the common to the unusual.
ECG Challenge: Weak and Faint
Fifty-year-old female w/ HTN, DM seen in ED for palpitations, near-syncope. Weak rapid pulse (210 bpm), BP 75/35 mmHg. What's your ECG read?
Supraventricular Tachycardia with Aberrancy
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A Case of Bilateral Miosis: Your Diagnosis?
Myosis is accompanied by acute onset dizziness, double vision, and asthenia. What's in your differential diagnosis?
Tachycardia, SOB in a 37-year-old Man with HIV/AIDS
What does the office-based ECG tell you about the patient's complaint of recently worsening asthenia and dyspnea?
Should We Refer Symptomatic HF Patients for AF Ablation?
That depends, as suggested by results of the CASTLE-AF study, presented at ESC Congress 2017, in Barcelona, Spain.
AF Screening Leads the Charge in Cardiology's Digital Revolution
Diagnosis of atrial fibrillation via handheld iECG monitor looks promising but can we pay for it yet?
Could AF Ablation have a "Placebo" Effect?
A small study raises big questions about patients' perceptions of AF symptoms after pulmonary vein ablation. What do you think?
Subclinical Atrial Fibrillation Rears its Head, Again
Increased detection of subclinical atrial fibrillation intensifies a common clinical quandary in AF patients: to anticoagulate, or not?
Improving Diet Over Time May Reduce Risk of Death
A new study found an increase in diet-quality scores over 12 years was linked to an 8%-17% reduction in mortality.