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New research was presented at ACC.13, the Annual Scientific Sessions of the American College of Cardiology, from March 9-11, in San Francisco.

Meeting Highlights

Electronic Discharge Beneficial for HF Patients

Lowering BP With Telemedicine

Obesity Linked to Higher MI & Stroke Risks in Young Women

The Merits of a Comprehensive HF Management Team

Ablation Procedure Helps Children With WPW Syndrome

Aspirin Use Prior to Angioplasty

PCI, Syncope, & Obstructive CAD

HF Increases Risks for New-Onset Diabetes

Better Glucose Control Wanted After CABG

PTSD Ups Risks for Insulin Resistance & Metabolic Syndrome

Weight Loss Risky for CRT-D Recipients

Cost-Effectiveness of Aortic Valve Replacements

Trends in CABG Surgery for Octogenarians

Predicting Risks in Minimally Invasive Valve Surgery

Bariatric Surgery Improves Lung Function in HF Patients

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