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11 Aug 2017
Eating red meat may lead to cardiovascular (CV) target organ damage over a 4-year period, according to a recent study involving hypertensive American Indians.
16 Aug 2017
In targeted temperature management (TTM) postcardiac arrest, tighter temperature control is achieved with internal than external cooling, a study has shown. Moreover, internal cooling potentially results in better survival-to-hospital discharge outcomes and reduces cardiac arrhythmia complications in carefully selected patients as compared with normothermia.
01 May 2015
A randomised, blinded study demonstrated the dissociation between apixaban concentration and Fridericia corrected change from baseline QTc in healthy participants.
Christina Lau, 31 Aug 2015

A new high-sensitivity troponin I assay with a lower cut-off substantially shortens triage time to 1 hour and reduces mortality for patients presenting to emergency departments with chest pain, a study presented at the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Congress 2015 in London, UK has shown.

An Optimized Strategy to Address Residual Cardiovascular (CV) Risk and Diabetic Retinopathy (DR)

24 Oct 2016
At the 7th Annual Congress of the Malaysian Endocrine & Metabolic Society (MAC7), Professor Dr Chan Siew Pheng and Dr Gavin Tan spoke on the recent evidence to improve residual CV risk and DR respectively, in type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM). Highlights of their presentations are summarized below.

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Most Read Articles
11 Aug 2017
Eating red meat may lead to cardiovascular (CV) target organ damage over a 4-year period, according to a recent study involving hypertensive American Indians.
16 Aug 2017
In targeted temperature management (TTM) postcardiac arrest, tighter temperature control is achieved with internal than external cooling, a study has shown. Moreover, internal cooling potentially results in better survival-to-hospital discharge outcomes and reduces cardiac arrhythmia complications in carefully selected patients as compared with normothermia.
01 May 2015
A randomised, blinded study demonstrated the dissociation between apixaban concentration and Fridericia corrected change from baseline QTc in healthy participants.
Christina Lau, 31 Aug 2015

A new high-sensitivity troponin I assay with a lower cut-off substantially shortens triage time to 1 hour and reduces mortality for patients presenting to emergency departments with chest pain, a study presented at the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Congress 2015 in London, UK has shown.