Cardiology

Anaemia in heart failure: still relevant?

One-third of all patients with heart failure (HF) have anaemia, and its presence is associated with more symptoms, increased rates of hospitalisation,... Read more

Machine learning tools for predicting clinical outcomes

New research findings suggest that machine learning may usher in a new era in digital healthcare tools that are able to predict clinical outcomes... Read more

New protocol for rapid blood vessel scan

Claustrophobia is one reason why some patients are hesitant to undergo a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) test, even if this procedure will... Read more

Physician burnout - looking beyond occupational stressors

It is generally believed that burnout is a serious problem among physicians, and work-related factors (i.e., long or irregular shifts, issues... Read more

These cardiomyocytes (green with blue nuclei) had been fibroblasts before Frank Conlon's UNC lab reprogrammed them.

Turning fibroblasts into therapeutic cardiac muscle cells

A new study led by UNC-Chapel Hill researchers demonstrates a technique for transforming ordinary cells (fibroblasts) into new and healthy heart... Read more

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Chelsea Beecher serves as the Director of Development for the American Heart & Stroke Association in New York City. She led the launch of STEM Goes Red in New York City and received the Innovator of the Year Award in 2018 for this initiative. STEM Goes Red aims to empower young women to pursue science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM)... Read more

Robots were first used in cardiovascular medicine in the late 1990s as a part of the digital revolution . Since then, robotics have been applied to endovascular surgery, minimally invasive cardiac surgery, and interventional cardiology, to name a few fields. Robots give medical professionals the ability to diagnose, treat, and intervene more... Read more

Most people don't think much about stethoscopes but the fact is that this tool, so commonly associated with doctors, is at a crossroads. Having been in use for nearly two centuries, the stethoscope is in the midst of a debate with respect to its utility in healthcare.  Over the years, medical technology has advanced to a great extent. The sounds... Read more

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 Paul Sidhu

Future of imaging

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Animal-assisted activity in the intensive care unit

Outlines some basic considerations for ICU providers interested in i...

Dr. Denis Remedios

Appropriate Imaging and Clinical Decision Support

"We shape our tools, and thereafter our tools shape us” (McLuhan)...

Prof. Karen Choong

PICU-acquired complications: the new marker of the quality of care

This article describes the rise in PICU-acquired morbidities and its...

 Simon Janin

Smart contracts in healthcare

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 Maximilian C. von Eiff

The boundaryless hospital

The new role of hospitals and the triple aim challenge. The...

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