Bypass Surgery Has Lower Risks Than Endovascular Therapy for Limb-threatening Ischemia
Bypass surgery in artiries leading to the legs was associated with a lower risk of cardiac events among patients with peripheral arterial disease who are candidates for two types of revascularization therapy, new research suggests.
No Survival Advantage for Either Torsemide or Furosemide in HF: TRANSFORM-HF
The choice of loop diuretic for decongestion in patients hospitalized with heart failure (HF) may make little difference to survival or readmission risk over the next year, at least when deciding between furosemide or torsemide, a randomized trial suggests.Source: Medscape
TRANSFORM-HF: Loop Diuretics Show No Difference in Mortality and Hospitalizations for Heart Failure
The results of the TRANSFORM-HF study, which explored the effects of two different therapies on heart failure outcomes, were featured during the first late-breaking session at the American Heart Association Scientific Sessions.
Perceived discrimination increased the risk of worse health outcomes after a heart attack
An analysis of more than 2,600 heart attack survivors, ages 55 years and younger, found that nearly 35% of them reported perceived discrimination in their everyday lives.Source: American Heart Association News