European Society of Cardiology Congress

Cardiology Today and Healio are pleased to offer highlights from the European Society of Cardiology Congress in Paris. Visit this page often for the latest news, video interviews and more. Also follow @CardiologyToday on Twitter for continuing updates.

Cardiology Today’s top news from August

September 1, 2018
Cardiology Today compiled a list of the top news posted in August. Last month, readers were most interested in a science advisory from the American…
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Top five articles from ESC

September 1, 2018
The annual European Society of Cardiology Congress met Aug. 25-29, 2018, in Munich. Endocrine Today was there to cover breaking news and new research…
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CRYO4PERSISTENT AF: Cryoballoon ablation improved outcomes at 1 year

August 31, 2018
MUNICH — Treatment of persistent atrial fibrillation with a single pulmonary vein isolation-only ablation procedure using a second-generation…
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FREED: Febuxostat shows renoprotective effect; cardioprotection unclear

August 31, 2018
MUNICH — A study evaluating the occurrence of CV, cerebrovascular and renal events in elderly patients with hyperuricemia showed that lowering…
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Strategy of very early invasive angiography does not improve long-term outcomes

August 30, 2018
MUNICH — Very early invasive coronary angiography and possible revascularization within 12 hours of diagnosis did not improve long-term…
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Pre-pregnancy counseling ‘crucial’ for women with CVD

August 30, 2018
MUNICH — Fewer women with CVD die or develop HF during pregnancy compared with 10 years ago. However, maternal mortality in women with CVD is…
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New from CANTOS: Outcomes improve when canakinumab affects IL-6 pathway

August 29, 2018
MUNICH — Modulation of the interleukin-6 signaling pathway with canakinumab treatment was associated with reduced CV events, regardless of…
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Very high HDL raises risk for MI, death

August 29, 2018
MUNICH — In a new study, patients with HDL levels greater than 60 mg/dL had a nearly 50% increased risk for all-cause mortality, CV mortality…
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FRANCE-TAVI: AF, renal failure, sex strong predictors of post-TAVR mortality

August 29, 2018
MUNICH — Patient characteristics, including atrial fibrillation, renal failure and sex, not antithrombotic therapy, had the greatest impact on…
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DIGITAL-AF: Screening via smartphone broadens reach to large populations

August 29, 2018
MUNICH — A smartphone app designed to screen for atrial fibrillation using noninvasive plethysmography was shown to be safe and effective in…