The multicenter study tracked data from more than 1,600 patients in 11 different states.

Differentiating between actual signs of a COVID-19 infection and standard cardiac complications can be especially difficult.

Cardiac involvement and myocardial inflammation are common in recovered COVID-19 patients, according to a new study published in JAMA Cardiology.

Researchers have developed what they believe is the world’s smallest imaging device, a microscopic endoscope capable of scanning the inside of blood vessels.

Late gadolinium enhancement was associated with a greater risk of experiencing major cardiac events, including sudden cardiac death.

The team found that approximately one in seven heart scans revealed abnormalities expected to “have a major effect” on the patient’s survival and recovery.

Cardiac CT exams can screen for osteoporosis while requiring "little change to normal clinical practice."

Researchers monitored how the heart and kidneys responded one day, three days, seven days and six weeks following an induced myocardial infarction. 

DiA Imaging Analysis has gained FDA clearance and CE mark approval for its AI-powered solution designed to automatically assess right ventricle dysfunction.

Overall, 86% of patients included in the study had a new injury once the intervention was complete.

Asking older patients one simple question when they undergo coronary artery calcium scanning can make a world of difference, according to new findings published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings: Innovations, Quality & Outcomes.

Researchers have developed a detailed 3D map of the intracardiac nervous system (ICN), sharing their findings in iScience. It is believed to be the first map of its kind.