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One in five US patients with atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease cannot pay...

A review, published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, of the financial hardship associated with atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (such as coronary...

Editors-in-chief of major cardiovascular journals claim medical misinformation puts “lives at...

The editors-in-chief of major cardiovascular journals—of both US and European societies—have come together to “sound the alarm” about the dangers of medical misinformation that...

Philips launces Azurion with FlexArm to aid image-guided procedures

Philips launches its Azurion with FlexArm to aid patient imaging and positioning during image-guided procedures. During increasingly complex interventions, clinicians need to quickly and easily...

US FDA plan shakeup of its 510(k) clearance programme

The US FDA has announced plans to modernise its 510(k) clearance programme for approving medical devices for the US market. Data show that about...

One in five UK doctors say understaffing has affected patient safety

The annual census of UK consultants and higher speciality trainees—Focus on Physicians 2017–18—indicates that more than half of all consultants and two thirds of...

New study shows significant clinical workflow and staff experience benefits of...

Philips has announced the results of a comprehensive, independent, two-year study demonstrating the clinical workflow benefits of its next generation image-guided therapy platform, Azurion. The...

Sentinel becomes first cerebral protection device to receive FDA approval

Claret Medical has received regulatory clearance from the FDA for its Sentinel cerebral protection system, via de novo classification, meaning that the device can...