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In people who mostly recovered at home, heart inflammation was mild and transient, which experts say is...

Participating in this procedure, which took years of development, was a humbling and exciting highlight for this surgical...

Physicians and innovators point to cost, immunosuppression, and genetic engineering challenges, but they remain...

Testing patients months after their disease can uncover “tiny, subclinical changes,” German data...

Promising results in organs transplanted after cardiopulmonary arrest raise hopes for expanding the limited donor...

  • Hearts that are donated after circulatory death perform as well as those donated after brain death, according to new study results. This may have huge implications for the future of organ donation, drastically increasing the number of available hearts. https://t.co/PDAbz7zpcg - view on twitter

The data should reassure young adults with a new cardiac diagnosis, who often have questions about the safety of...

  • It's a question that many young cardiology patients have: is it safe to have sex? New research reveals that the risk of sudden cardiac death during or after sex is even lower than they expected. https://t.co/3XVR7XZB8u - view on twitter

The FDA says there have been 55 reported injuries, but no deaths, due to the tip breaking off or separating during...

  • The @US_FDA has issued a #ClassIRecall for HawkOne Directional Atherectomy Systems, citing a risk of the guidewire prolapsing when pressure is applied. This can cause the tip to break off or separate from the device. https://t.co/GP2NmvZSNf - view on twitter

Early numbers hint the already low risk could be even lower after boosters. Pediatric cardiologists—and parents—weigh...

This Viewpoint outlines key considerations for cardiac risk assessment in patients with recent COVID-19 undergoing evaluation for elective noncardiac...