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calander5 October 2021
Article: Chronic coronary disease and diabetes: an invasive approach? Outcomes of Participants with Diabetes in the ISCHEMIA Trials
Reviewed by: G. Bozet, MD
Authors: Newman JD, Anthopolos R, Mancini GBJ, et al
Published in: Cardiovasc Drugs Ther 2021
Comment: Optimal treatment strategy for managing stable ischemic heart disease is still a topic of debate. The purpose of this review by P….
calander5 October 2021
Article: Implications of the Landmark ISCHEMIA Trial on the Initial Management of High-Risk Patients with Stable Ischemic Heart Disease
Reviewed by: D. Beard
Authors: Vafaei P, Naderi S, Ambrosy AP, et al
Published in: Curr Atheroscler Rep 2021
Comment: Optimal treatment strategy for managing stable ischemic heart disease is still a topic of debate. The purpose of this review by P….
calander5 September 2021
Article: Implications of blinding: quality of life in trials of revascularisation for chronic stable angina
Reviewed by: G. Bozet, MD
Authors: Nowbar AN, Francis DP, Al-Lamee RK
Published in: Cardiovasc Drugs Ther 2021
Comment: Chronic stable angina is estimated to affect over 9 million adults in the USA (a prevalence of 3.6%). It has a considerable impact…
calander5 September 2021
Article: Stable angina and NSTEMI: plaque distribution and target vessel vulnerability
Reviewed by: D. Beard
Authors: Dan K, Garcia-Garcia HM, Yacob O, et al
Published in: Coron Artery Dis 2021
Comment: There is very little data comparing plaque characteristics and wire-free physiological assessment in the target vessel in patients…
calander2 September 2021
Article: The Priority of Non-HDL-C Assessment to Predict New Lesions among Stable Angina Patients with Strong Statins
Reviewed by: G. Bozet, MD
Authors: Kanda D, Miyata M, Ikeda Y, et al.
Published in: J Atheroscler Thromb 2021
Comment: Dyslipidemia is known to be significantly associated with an increased risk of CAD and lipid-lowering strategy is the key approach for primary…
calander2 September 2021
Article: Blood urea nitrogen is associated with long-term all-cause mortality in stable angina pectoris patients: 8-year follow-up results
Reviewed by: D. Beard
Authors: Çetin M, Erdoğan T, Özyıldız AG, et al.
Published in: Kardiologiia 2021
Comment: Elevation of blood urea nitrogen (BUN) indicates renal dysfunction and is associated with increased mortality in cardiovascular diseases…
calander11 June 2021
Article: Management of stable ischaemic heart disease: an overview
Reviewed by: D. Beard
Authors: Radaideh Q, Shammas NW, Daher GE, et al
Published in: Int J Angiol 2021
Comment: This article by Q. Radaideh et al. (Midwest Cardiovascular Research Foundation,USA) reviews the evidence medical …
calander11 June 2021
Article: What Is the Role of Assessing Ischemia to Optimize Therapy and Outcomes for Patients with Stable Angina and Non-obstructed Coronary Arteries?
Reviewed by: G. Bozet, MD
Authors: Berry C, Morrow AJ, Marzilli M, et al
Published in: Cardiovasc Drugs Ther 2021
Comment: In this review, C. Berry et al. (British Heart Foundation, Glasgow, UK) consider the definitions of angina …
calander31 May 2021
Article: Meta-analysis of elective coronary revascularisation vs. medical therapy alone
Comment: E. Navarese et al. (Nicolaus Copernicus University, Poland) presented the results of a new meta-analysis of …
calander31 May 2021
Article: Cardiac rehabilitation: frailty and coronary syndromes
Reviewed by: by D. Beard
Authors: Giallauria F, Di Lorenzo A, Venturini E, et al.
Published in: J Clin Med 2021;10
Comment: Frailty and CVD in the elderly share pathophysiological mechanisms and associated conditions, such as malnutrition, sarcopenia…