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Big data, AI, and mHealth–the digital evolution of cardiology

Read the whole issue   EDITORIAL Big data, AI, and mHealth–the digital evolution of cardiology Mike Marber Read the editorial   ORIGINAL ARTICLES Big health data: the new frontier for cardiovascular disease Gennaro Galasso big health data; cardiovascular disease; electronic …
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Myocardial Ischemia: From Disease to Syndrome

Read the whole issue   EDITORIAL Diabetes and heart failure – a challenging combination Mario Marzilli Read the editorial   ORIGINAL ARTICLES How was myocardial ischemia promoted from disease to syndrome? Mario Marzilli angina pectoris; guideline; myocardial ischemic syndrome; percutaneous …
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Heart Failure in patients with Diabetes

Read the whole issue   EDITORIAL Diabetes and heart failure – a challenging combination Derek J. Hausenloy Read the editorial   ORIGINAL ARTICLES Changing epidemiology in patients with heart failure John Gierula, Mark T. Kearney diabetes mellitus; epidemiology; heart failure; …
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Revisiting Hypertension

Read the whole issue EDITORIAL Hypertension: what’s up? Michael Marber Read the editorial   ORIGINAL ARTICLES Blood pressure classification and values to treat Giuseppe Mancia antihypertensive drug; blood pressure; cardiovascular risk; hypertension   Diagnosing hypertension Richard Hobbs ABPM; blood pressure …
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Stable angina: to stent or not to stent?

EDITORIAL Stable angina: to stent or not to sent ? Luis Henrique Wolff Gowdak Read the editorial   ORIGINAL ARTICLES ORBITA and ISCHEMIA: what’s the message? William E. Boden ISCHEMIA; ORBITA; percutaneous coronary intervention; stable ischemic heart disease   Fractional …
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The heart failure syndrome: only a matter of the heart?

EDITORIAL The complexity of heart failure G. D. Lopaschuk Read the editorial   ORIGINAL ARTICLES The interplay between peripheral organs and the heart in heart failure A. Bielecka-Dabrowa, B. Godoy, M. Banach, S. von Haehling comorbidities; heart failure; peripheral organs …
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Acute coronary syndromes: changing face

EDITORIAL Acute coronary syndromes: changing face M. Marzilli Read the editorial ORIGINAL ARTICLES The changing face of acute coronary syndromes S. Al Yaseen, A. Al Badri, J. Wei, C.Shufelt, N. Bairey Merz acute coronary syndrome; non–ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction; stable …
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Heart failure in real life

EDITORIAL Heart failure in real life M. Marber Read the editorial ORIGINAL ARTICLES Assessing the breathless patient M. R. Cowie diagnosis, heart failure; natriuretic peptide ORIGINAL ARTICLES Heart failure with mid-range EF (HFmrEF): a mildly reduced EF does not imply …
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Cardiovascular diseases and diabetes: causes and cures

EDITORIAL Diabetes: getting to the heart of the matter. G. D. Lopaschuk Read the editorial ORIGINAL ARTICLES Diabetes: the cost of globalization P. M. Nilsson, L. Bennet costs, diabetes, global, lifestyle, migration, obesity ORIGINAL ARTICLES Better glycemic control and cardiovascular …
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Refractory angina

EDITORIAL Living with pain L. H. W. Gowdak Read the editorial ORIGINAL ARTICLES Refractory angina or inappropriate antianginal therapy? A. Huqi, M. Marzilli CAD, guideline-directed medical therapy, persistent angina ORIGINAL ARTICLES Prevalence of refractory angina in clinical practice L. H. …
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