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Cardiology

Looking ahead to the annual ACC meeting
Q&A with Dr. Y.S. Chandrashekhar, editor-in-chief of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology: Cardiovascular Imaging
The benefits of hospital-grade wearable remote patient monitors
Wearables are changing the way we think about patient diagnostics
The continuing evolution of the cath lab
Why minimally invasive procedures are leaving the hospital
Physicians: The future of cardiac imaging is now
Insights from Dr. Nick West, chief medical officer and divisional vice president of medical affairs, vascular, at Abbott
Trends in cardiac angiography and ultrasound
Purchasing Insights from the market experts at symplr
Imaging heart disease in the era of COVID-19
The value of cardiac ultrasound has increased amid the pandemic
Cardinal Health to sell Cordis for approximately $1 billion
The company will focus on other areas of its medical products business
Lack of reimbursement limits availability of mobile stroke units
Government and private insurers lack means to reimburse services of mobile stroke units
Cardiac imaging year in review
Some of the biggest stories from the last 12 months
Intelerad acquires LUMEDX
Providers will be able to access greater cardiovascular expertise on a single enterprise imaging platform
Apple iPhone 12 magnet may pose risk to cardiac implants
Presence can deactivate a defibrillator or interfere with pacemaker functioning
Deep learning system could save time in scoring coronary calcium
Calculating calcium scores from CT scans to enable more informed decisions
Boston Scientific to acquire Preventice Solutions for up to $1.2 billion total
External cardiac monitoring technology will expand rhythm management diagnostics portfolio
Over 80% drop in SPECT-MPI had no impact on rate of abnormal findings
University of Alabama researchers say restrictions may have reduced unnecessary scans
Former cardiologists win $10.6 million in lawsuit against Detroit hospital
Drs. Kaki and Elder were dismissed for raising concerns about quality of care, cost cutting, and improper billing practices
Corindus unveils automated robotic movements for CorPath GRX System
The movements replicate manual techniques of skilled interventionalists and are expected to reduce procedure time
AliveCor sues Apple for patent infringement of ECG technology in mobile phones
AliveCor alleges that the Apple Watch Series 4 EKG app is too similar in its features to three patents
Fujifilm makes entry into surgical and fluoroscopy markets
Fujifilm has new mobile C-arm and R&F fluoroscopy systems

Cardiology Features In Print

Read the new issue of HCB News Magazine

C-arms move into 3D, guided by touchscreens, AI

A look around at the latest solutions entering the market

Interventional radiology: Leading the way to increased growth, reduced costs, and improved patient care

Assessing the value-based benefits of interventional care

The continuing evolution of the cath lab

Why minimally invasive procedures are leaving the hospital

Imaging heart disease in the era of COVID-19

The value of cardiac ultrasound has increased amid the pandemic