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Cardiology

Drones take flight to deliver AEDs to cardiac arrest patients
Researchers in Sweden deploy the technology in real-life emergency situations
Cardinal Health completes $1 billion Cordis sale to Hellman & Friedman
Will focus on strategic growth areas moving forward
Duke implants first new generation artificial heart in North America
Part of study to assess if device could be alternative to transplant
St. Jude Medical to pay $27 million over allegations around faulty cardiac implants
Accused of knowingly selling defective defibrillators
Mayo Clinic performs first cardiac scan with photon-counting CT
Creating research teams to assess use of technology in subspecialties
Philips, CNIC partner to dramatically reduce cardiac MR acquisition time
Technique decreases patient time in MR bore by 90%
CentraCare performs first structural heart procedures with 4D hologram technology
Creates mixed reality with EchoPixel's True3D and Holographic Therapy Guidance softwares
Medtronic halts sales and distribution of heart failure device
HeartWare ventricular assist system linked to neurological adverse events
Astronauts to perform cardiac ultrasound in outer space
Will study the effects of outer space on cardiac anatomy
GE Healthcare joins with ACC to advance AI in cardiac care
Will help develop new strategies around risk prediction and clinical decision-making
Esaote launches MyLabX75 ultrasound system
Designed for general imaging, cardiac and women's health
Detecting cancer and heart disease in a single low-dose CT scan with AI
Expected to expedite the diagnosis process, accelerate treatment
National Government Services to evaluate Medicare PET/CT reimbursement
Could help set appropriate payment rates for different types of procedures, increase access to PET
Looking ahead to the annual ACC meeting
Q&A with Dr. Y.S. Chandrashekhar, editor-in-chief of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology: Cardiovascular Imaging
The benefits of hospital-grade wearable remote patient monitors
Wearables are changing the way we think about patient diagnostics
The continuing evolution of the cath lab
Why minimally invasive procedures are leaving the hospital
Physicians: The future of cardiac imaging is now
Insights from Dr. Nick West, chief medical officer and divisional vice president of medical affairs, vascular, at Abbott

Cardiology Features In Print

Read the new issue of HCB News Magazine

C-arms move into 3D, guided by touchscreens, AI

A look around at the latest solutions entering the market

Interventional radiology: Leading the way to increased growth, reduced costs, and improved patient care

Assessing the value-based benefits of interventional care

The continuing evolution of the cath lab

Why minimally invasive procedures are leaving the hospital

Imaging heart disease in the era of COVID-19

The value of cardiac ultrasound has increased amid the pandemic