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US government shutdown disrupting FDA work

The US government shutdown means the country’s Food and Drug Administration (FDA) cannot accept new user fees, which means the agency cannot accept new...



Without additional long-term and patient-level data, Katsanos et al’s conclusion is...

By Thomas Zeller The Katsanos et al meta-analysis reports an increased risk of mortality beyond one year across randomised studies of paclitaxel-coated balloons (DCB) and...

The first 60 years of cardiac pacing

Sixty years ago, the first pacemaker implant was made in Stockholm, Sweden (Senning & Elmqvist) on 8 October 1958. The patient had atrioventricular block...


 “The real question is: who should get percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI)? I do not believe that we are doing too many PCIs but in some cases, we are not doing PCI in the right patient,” says Gregg Stone (New...


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