cardiology

News in brief: Angina’s natural course supports conservative management; Funding for minimally invasive therapy for mitral regurgitation; Mandatory vax needed for all hospital staff

Angina’s natural course supports conservative management About 40% of patients with angina and stable CAD have resolution of anginal symptoms after one year without coronary revascularisation. The findings, from 32,691 patients in the prospective observational CLARIFY registry, also showed further annual decreases in angina. Patients in whom anginal symptoms resolved had a similar rate of ...

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