Cardiovascular Report Winter 2010
complex comorbidities and getting them through with excellent results.
Articles in this Issue
Even in patients considered high risk, it's possible to open dangerously narrowed carotid arteries.
Heart Disease in Women
Heart disease in women is not the same as heart disease in men. The key is recognizing the differences.
Infants and babies who require a heart transplant don't always need an exact match.
Someday physicians may be able to choose heart medications based on a patient's individual genetic makeup.
Managing heart failure can become highly complex, but it doesn't have to mean making appointment after appointment.
Mary Ann Ayd, managing editor, email@example.com