Drs. Kim Eagle, Deepak Bhatt, and Peter Block discuss acute aortic dissection in 9000 patients (IRAD – 00:37); reduction in total ischemic events with icosapent ethyl (REDUCE-IT Total Events – 03:16); dapagliflozin on HF and mortality in diabetes based on EF (DECLARE-TIMI 58 – 05:27); and femoral access vs. radial access for primary PCI in STEMI (SAFARI-STEMI – 07:15). Visit http://acc.org/ACC19 for full meeting coverage.
Get the perspective and context you need on the hottest research released during ACC.19 with the latest installment of ACC Cardiology Hour. Valentin Fuster, MD, Ph.D., MACC, is joined by David J. Callans, MD, FACC; Erin D. Michos, MD, FACC; Gilles Montalescot, MD, Ph.D.; and Vinod H. Thourani, MD, FACC, in this not-to-miss expert roundtable discussion. Topics discussed include the new ACC/AHA Guideline on Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease, Apple Heart Study, PARTNER 3, EVOLUT, and more. Watch individual segments or the entire video at JACC.org/CardiologyHour.
Dr. Peter Block interviews presenter Dr. Renato Lopes regarding AUGUSTUS: apixaban vs. vitamin K antagonist and aspirin vs. placebo in AFib and ACS, PCI. Visit http://www.acc.org/ACC19 for full meeting coverage.
Dr. Peter Block interviews presenter Dr. Michael Reardon regarding self-expanding TAVR or SAVR in patients at low risk of surgical mortality (Evolut Low Risk). Visit http://www.acc.org/ACC19 for full meeting coverage.
One size does not fit all when it comes to creating a diversity and inclusion program. Robert Roswell, MD, FACC, discusses ways to improve access to healthcare for all, highlights the importance of using data when addressing underserved, high-risk populations, and emphasizes the need for collaboration when implementing diversity and inclusion efforts. For full ACC.19 coverage, visit https://www.ACC.org/ACC2019
Sherry-Ann Brown, MD, Ph.D., gives an overview of her ACC.19 session on health disparities among African-American women. Learn about the barriers these patients face and ways in which the cardiology community can make strides toward raising awareness. For full ACC.19 coverage, visit https://www.ACC.org/ACC2019
Returning for a second year, the ACC Future Hub offers ACC.19 attendees an opportunity to explore emerging technology and innovation. Stop by to watch the two Innovation Pitch Challenge competitions or learn more about innovation at the College. For full ACC.19 coverage, visit https://www.ACC.org/ACC2019
Dipti Itchhaporia, MD, FACC, and Wang Yan, Ph.D., FACC, Yan met in Beijing, China last year. Since then, their mentoring relationship has taken off, resulting in a successful ACC.19 poster submission for Yan. For full ACC.19 coverage, visit https://www.ACC.org/ACC2019
Sharonne N. Hayes, MD, FACC, discusses the barriers women face while entering the field of cardiology and advancing into leadership roles. She also provides advice for women seeking support and mentorship. For full ACC.19 coverage, visit https://www.ACC.org/ACC2019
JACC: Cardiovascular Imaging Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Y. Chandrashekhar, discusses what's in store for readers in 2019. Focus issues and randomized clinical trials are a few of the many highlights for the Journal. Get the latest imaging research by visiting http://imaging.onlinejacc.org
JACC: Clinical Electrophysiology Editor-in-Chief, Dr. David Wilber, discusses what to expect in 2019 from the Journals, as well as the growth in popularity and submissions. He also notes that he and the editorial board are looking forward to the upcoming HRS.19 session. Get the latest electrophysiology research at - http://electrophysiology.onlinejacc.org
JACC: Heart Failure Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Christopher O'Connor, discusses what's in store for readers in 2019. Device therapy and randomized clinical trials are a few of the many highlights for the Journal. Get the latest heart failure research by visiting http://heartfailure.onlinejacc.org
Editor-in-Chief Dr. Bonnie Ky proudly announces that the JACC: CardioOncology site is open for new submissions, and explains the type of original research articles that the CardioOncology board would like to see submitted to the Journal: www.jaccsubmit-cardiooncology.org
Editor-in-Chief Dr. Bonnie Ky announces the opening of the submission website for the JACC: CardioOncology journal and explains the types of original research articles and topics the editorial board would like to see submitted to the journal. Learn more about submitting at http://www.JACC.org/Submit and sign up for journal emails at http://www.JACC.org/ContentAlerts
This year’s course chairs, Abdullah Shehab, MD, CHb, MMed, FACC, and Dipti Itchhaporia, MD, FACC, invite you to the ACC Middle East Conference 2019 together with the 10th Emirates Cardiac Society (ESC) Conference. From October 3-5, attendees will have the opportunity to examine evidence-based strategies as well as contemporary best practices and clinical decision-making to reach the common objective of improving heart health across the world. For more information and to register, visit http://ecs-acc.com
This year’s course chairs, Hector Michelena, MD, FACC, and Miguel Urina-Triana, MD, FACC, invite you to the ACC Latin America Conference 2019. The ACC and the Colombian Society of Cardiology and Cardiovascular Surgery (SCC) will join together July 25-27 for an innovative educational experience that will strengthen your everyday practice. Attendees will examine evidence-based strategies as well as contemporary best practices and clinical decision-making to reach the common objective of improving heart health across the world. For more information and to register, visit http://acc2019.scc.org.co/
Exciting clinical research was simultaneously published during the Heart Rhythm Society (HRS) Annual Scientific Sessions, held in San Francisco May 8 –11. For more info: http://www.onlinejacc.org/content/jac...