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WIN-TAVI registry highlights TAVR safety, performance in women

May 23, 2016

New data from the first all-female transcatheter aortic valve replacement registry reveal that most women were considered high risk, nearly three-quarters were aged older than 80 years, and the 30-day VARC-2 composite safety endpoint was 14%, with a low incidence of all-cause mortality and stroke.

The international, multicenter, prospective, observational WIN-TAVI registry was designed to analyze the safety and performance of contemporary TAVR procedures among women with aortic stenosis. The results were presented at EuroPCR and published in JACC: Cardiovascular Interventions.

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New medications prompt changes to US, European HF guidelines

May 23, 2016
Societies from the United States and Europe have altered guidelines for HF as a result of the introduction of two new HF medications. The American College of Cardiology…
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Intentional fracture feasible intervention for maximally dilated pulmonary artery stents

May 23, 2016
Patients who underwent intentional stent fracture for maximally expanded pulmonary artery stents experienced few adverse events and may have experienced a hemodynamic…
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Successful lipid-lowering drug development requires thorough, diverse research

May 23, 2016
NEW ORLEANS — Lipid-lowering therapies face a number of challenges in getting FDA approval, but those with the strongest evidence will succeed in making it to the…
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VIDEO: New NLA president outlines organization’s accomplishments, goals

May 23, 2016
NEW ORLEANS — In this video from the National Lipid Association Scientific Sessions, the newly elected president of the NLA, Joyce Ross, MSN, CRNP, CLS, FNLA
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