Myocardial Infarction




Protease Inhibitors Linked to Increased Heart Attack Risk
COPENHAGEN -- The use of protease inhibitors to treat HIV is associated with an increased risk of a heart attack, according to a large observational study. More »
ST-Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction:
What Role for Anticoagulants and Antiplatelet Agents?
The goal of treatment in acute coronary syndromes is the restoration and maintenance of myocardial perfusion. To this end, numerous pharmacological agents are available, as well as percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI). More »
Scans show 38% of adults face higher heart attack risk
Unhealthy habits have increased the likelihood of catastrophic cardiovascular disease at a surprisingly early age for asymptomatic adults who referred themselves for multislice CT coronary artery calcium testing at the Arkansas Heart Hospital in Little Rock. More »
A New Biomarker for Faster Assessment of Cardiovascular Risk
Rapid, accurate diagnosis of acute myocardial infarction (MI) in patients with chest pain is a formidable challenge. More »
Psoriasis Increases Risk for Myocardial Infarction
PHILADELPHIA -- Psoriasis appears to be an independent risk factor for myocardial infarction, especially for younger patients with severe disease, researchers reported. More »
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Five Success Strategies for a Lean Medical Practice
Audrey "Christie" Mclaughlin, RN, January 23, 2014
How efficient practice managers keep clinics running smoothly.
Nine Questions to Ask Before Selling Your Practice to a Hospital
Aubrey Westgate,  January 22, 2014
Here are nine questions that can help reveal if becoming acquired by a larger system is the right move for you and your practice.
Four January Business Planning To-Dos for Doctors
Ike Devji, JD,  January 21, 2014
Here are some of the more important financial and business issues physicians should take care of this month.
Why Insurance Companies Should Collect Patient Payments
Leann DiDomenico McAllister,  January 20, 2014
It's time to take patient collections out of physicians' practices to truly have patients make responsible choices about their healthcare dollars.
How Facebook Helped Market a New Physician Practice Model
Raquel Baldelomar, January 17, 2014
An Arizona-based OB/GYN medical group found Facebook to be the most efficient and effective way to reach women and educate them on their new practice.

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Confirmed: Long-term Steroids Up Mortality Risk in Severe COPD
April 16, 2014

New recommendations focus on reducing the risks of corticosteroids in respiratory disease, both for COPD and asthma.

Large Study Confirms White Matter Abnormalities in Bipolar Disorder
April 14, 2014

A large international study finds distinct differences in white matter in the brains of patients with bipolar disorder, confirming many smaller but less conclusive studies.

Tools to Forecast Radiation Pneumonitis
April 10, 2014

A biomarker and five clinical factors help to predict which patients with nonsmall-cell lung cancer are at high risk for lung inflammation after radiotherapy.