A single AI-enabled ECG identified AF with a sensitivity of 79%, a specificity of 79.5%, and an overall accuracy of 79.4%, according to a new study.
Gregory M. Weiss, MD
Both systolic and diastolic blood pressure elevations independently predict MI amd ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke, according to a large, cohort study.
A recent study suggests blood pressure patterns later in life may be linked to dementia risk. Which patient cohort is at an increased risk?
Help keep patients with diabetes healthy this flu season with a few of these quick reminders on vaccination, medication, comorbidities, and more.
A large Swedish cohort study suggests that when it come to risk of atrial fibrillation, there are differences in the way women and men respond to endurance training.
Most patients with UC have mild-moderate disease; updated recommendations reflect the AGA’s effort to promote standardized care for this group.
Researchers found that women who experience early menopause do not live as long and experience more years with type 2 diabetes mellitus.
Authors of a new study found that estradiol levels can be used to predict fracture risk among women during the menopausal transition.
Three abstracts from AHA 2018 shed light on long-term impacts of smoking (and cessation) on CV disease and how CV disease influences sedentary behavior.
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