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SCAI examines how race, ethnicity and gender affect patients’ outcomes.

 
 - Payam Dehghani, MD
Diversity & Diagnosis of Women & Minorities

SCAI examines how race, ethnicity and gender affect patients’ outcomes.

 - Faisal Latif, MD
Signing Bonus: How Shared Decision Making Improves Informed Consent

SCAI considers the limitations of informed consent and how shared decision making could help.

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SCAI releases expert consensus statement on cardiac catheterization of cancer patients

With more cancer patients being exposed to radiation and chemotherapy and potential cardiovascular complications, the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions (SCAI) released an expert consensus statement on the cardiac catheterization of cancer patients.

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ACC, SCAI, HRS release consensus statement on left atrial appendage occlusion requirements

Three leading cardiology societies released a consensus statement on Dec. 10 regarding criteria institutions and operators should follow for left atrial appendage occlusion.

 - Medication Management
SCAI.15: In practice, prasugrel use may not mimic trials

Cardiologists in real-world practice may not be optimizing the benefit of prasugrel in patients undergoing PCI but they also don’t appear to be putting them in harm’s way, according to results released May 8 at the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions (SCAI) 2015 scientific session in San Diego.