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The latest clinical and political news for Australian Cardiologists
Nursing home residents tend to overestimate their chances of a good outcome.
Doctors groups object to proposal, saying cheaper stress testing is unsuitable.
Real-world Australian study ‘reinforces safety’ of the newer agents.
News from the European Society of Cardiology conference.
The elderly may be most at risk
Strong case for opportunistic screening.
Patients presenting to small rural hospitals risk having their ST-elevation myocardial infarction missed, according...
New guidelines are simpler and easier to follow than before.
Half of patients not meeting LDL-C targets
Rivaroxaban adds benefit to low dose aspirin
Risk remains more than doubled for up to three years, and is still elevated after five.
But it improves the health of the patient in other ways.
The cheap diabetes drug metformin may have potential for slowing the growth of abdominal aortic aneurysms,...
Key updates to 2016 ESC heart failure guidelines
Cardiologists are being urged to think of their patient, and not just the type of stent they have, when determining...
Men and women with acute coronary syndrome (ACS) receive different hospital care, shows new research.
Soldiers develop left ventricular hypertrophy during training in a khaki version of athlete’s heart.
Find out who won this prestigious CSANZ award.
It has led to 'statin denial' and 'statin fear': expert says.
The 65th annual scientific meeting starts on August 10.
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