2020 Cited articles

Insufficient screening for heart damage after noncardiac surgery puts patients at risk (December 10 2020)  Editorial  Article

Good news and bad news: Changing trends in cardiovascular disease in Canada (July 2 2020)  Editorial  Article

Canadian patients can wait up to 60 percent longer for a TAVR procedure depending on where they live (April 29 2020)  Editorial  Article

Blood pressure awareness and control rates in Canadians are slipping alarmingly, particularly among women (April 14 2020)  Article

Regular exercise is good for your heart, no matter how old you are! (October 1 2019)  Editorial  Article

Caregiver stress: The crucial, often unrecognized byproduct of chronic disease (September 10 2019)  Editorial  Article

Listening to the “patient voice” can drive improvements in hospital care for patients undergoing heart surgery (August 22, 2019)  Editorial  Article

Cholesterol-lowering drugs are under-prescribed for prevention of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (July 15, 2019)  Editorial  Article

Experts tackle major cardiovascular issues in treating patients with HIV (March 4, 2019)  Editorial  Article  Article

Higher hospital readmission rates for cardiac patients in Northern vs. Southern Ontario: Importance of geographical factors in medical outcomes (February 28, 2019)  Article

Potent marijuana edibles can pose a major unrecognized risk to patients with cardiovascular disease (February 11, 2019)  Article  Editorial

Cardiac rehabilitation linked to improved sexual functioning and frequency (December 6, 2018)  Article  Editorial

More Press Releases

December 2020 - Atrial Fibrillation
September 2020 - Preventive Pediatric Cardiology
July 2020 - Patient-Centered Cardiac Care
June 2020 - COVID-19
May 2020 - A New Look at the Mosaic Theory of Hypertension
March 2020 - Emerging Themes in Amyloid Heart Disease
Febraury 2020 - Cardiac Support Therapies
January 2020 - Sex as a Predictor of Cardiovascular Outcomes

December 2019 - Adult Congenital Heart Disease
September 2019 - Kidney and Heart Disease
August 2019 - Challenging Issues in Myocardial Revascularization
May 2019 - Clinical Practice Guidelines for Vascular Disease Prevention and Management
March 2019 - Acquired Immunodeficiency and Heart Disease

November 2018 - New Dimensions in Atrial Fibrillation Pathophysiology and Management
July 2018 - Innovations in Healthcare Delivery Models
May 2018 - Diabetes, Hypertension, and the Cardiovascular System
April 2018 - Women and Cardiovascular Disease
February 2018 - Advances and Controversies in Cardiac Emergency Medicine

December 2017 - The Heart and Brain Connection
November 2017 - Heart Failure
September 2017 - Interventional Approaches to Structural Heart Disease
July 2017 - Metabolic Aspects of Heart Disease
May 2017 - Precision Medicine in Hypertension
March 2017 - Advances in Atherosclerosis Determinants and Prevention
January 2017 - Recent Advances in Cardiac Critical Care

September 2016 - Cardiovascular care in the elderly/geriatric population
July 2016 - The Evolving Clinical and Basic Science of Cardiovascular Oncology
May 2016 - Hypertension and Vascular Aging
April 2016 - Physical Activity and the Heart
January 2016 - Recent advances in understanding and treating thoracic aortic disease

November 2015 - Genetics of Cardiomyopathy
September 2015 - Cardiovascular Disease in Vulnerable Populations
July 2015 - The Sleeping Heart
May 2015 - Global approaches to prevention of vascular disease
April 2015 - Advances in Pulmonary Hypertension
February 2015 - The Obesity Epidemic: Implications and Approaches

November 2014 - Present and future horizons in regenerative medicine
September 2014 - Recent advances in valvular heart disease pathophysiology and management
July 2014 - Women and Vascular Health
May 2014 - Hypertension 2014: Global burdens, local solutions
March 2014 - The Future of Heart Failure Management
January 2014 - Evolving Trends in Interventional Cardiology

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Canadian Cardiovascular Congress 2020: 73rd Annual Meeting of the Canadian Cardiovascular Society

21 October 2020 - 24 October 2020

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