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Physician visual assessment confers higher stenosis severity vs. quantitative coronary angiography

Physician visual assessment confers higher stenosis severity vs. quantitative coronary angiography
January 16, 2018
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Early menarche, other reproductive factors increase risk for CVD

January 16, 2018
Women who had a history of miscarriage, stillbirth or hysterectomy, early menarche, early menopause and early age at first birth had an increased risk for CVD later in…
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Nearly 25% of patients maintain diabetes control 5 years after obesity surgery

January 16, 2018
Among adults prescribed intensive lifestyle and medical management for obesity, those who also underwent Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery were more likely to achieve…
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USPSTF: Insufficient evidence exists showing benefits of ankle-brachial index for PAD

January 16, 2018
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force has given a class I indication for the use of ankle-brachial index to screen adults for peripheral artery disease and CVD risk…
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USPSTF: Nontraditional risk factors inadequate to assess CVD risk

January 16, 2018
Evidence has not sufficiently shown the benefits and harms of adding high-sensitivity C-reactive protein, ankle-brachial index and coronary artery calcification score to…
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