An analysis of Medicare beneficiaries found that a transradial intervention during PCI was $916 cheaper and associated with less bleeding, fewer vascular complications and less transfusions than a transfemoral intervention.

Donna Mendes, MD, a pioneering black female vascular surgeon, spoke with Cardiovascular Business about diversity at Mount Sinai, how the industry has become more diverse over the years and why all providers should make it a priority.

Adults who drank large amounts of alcohol over an extended time period had stiffer arteries and an increased risk of cardiovascular disease, according to a prospective cohort study in the United Kingdom.

The American Heart Association (AHA) and Germany-based Bayer have announced a collaboration to complete research on cerebral small vessel disease, chronic kidney disease and heart failure.

A study from the University of Granada has identified a new exercise-based test that can assess a child’s risk of developing a cardiovascular disease or myocardial infarction in their lifetime.