Decrease in calls to emergency medical services and increase in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest persisted after initial wave.
Investigators assessed whether atorvastatin, simvastatin, rosuvastatin, fluvastatin, or pravastatin were associated with tuberculosis infection rates.
Study authors assessed whether lipid lowering therapies were disproportionately effective, but remain underutilized, in people living with HIV.
A team of researchers propose that a population-based study of infective endocarditis in one county in Minnesota provides a unique opportunity to define temporal and seasonal variations in incidence over an extended period.
Researchers reviewed the evidence on screening for atrial fibrillation in older adults to determine if it’s sufficient to weigh the balance of benefits and harms of screening.
Researchers examined prevalence and prognostic impact of diabetes according to geographical regions and ethnicity in an observational registry of patients with chronic coronary syndromes.
In this study, researchers explored the relationship between hot flash frequency and systemic immune activation as well as subclinical cardiac pathology among women with HIV.
Researchers used medical record data for women who delivered singleton infants to examine whether reclassification of hypertensive status using the ACC/AHA guideline definition better identifies women at risk for preeclampsia or eclampsia.