Dylan Steen, MD talks about several SuperWIN results that caught him happily by surprise and suggest plenty of room for follow-up research.
SuperWIN trial findings suggest the future of successful health care depends on harnessing familiar, community- based resources to maintain health and deliver care.
Coprincipal investigator Steen highlights the first-of-its kind study and the findings—local in-store dietitian counseling/feedback, nutrition education, and online shopping savvy improve food choices, health metrics.
ACC 2022: Use of antihypertensive therapy in pregnant women was associated with better pregnancy outcomes, such as preeclampsia and fetal or neonatal death.
ACC 2022: Updated findings further highlight benefit of sotagliflozin treatment in patients with T2D and CKD, regardless of cardiovascular disease presence.
ACC 2022. SODIUM-HF secondary findings, however, showed improvement in NYHA HF class and in QOL in the dietary intervention group.
ACC 2022. Findings suggest that more attention to monitoring cognitive functioning after a myocardial infarction is needed.
ACC 2022. Study assessed hypertension-related TikTok videos and found that 42% addressed alternative medicine, more than twice the number that focused on medical treatments.
ACC 2022. Black and Hispanic persons were 41% less likely than white individuals to receive CPR after cardiac arrest in public and 26% less likely when the event occurred in their home.