This Viewpoint summarizes controversies about the findings of clinical trials of revascularization for treatment of stable ischemic heart disease and argues for informing patients about the uncertainties.
A 53-year-old man with chest pain and treated hypertension undergoes an exercise treadmill test, which demonstrates 1.5-mm ST-segment depression in inferolateral leads during recovery. How do you interpret the test result?
This JAMA Clinical Guidelines Synopsis article summarizes the evidence for perioperative use of β-blockers in patients with or at risk of developing cardiovascular disease.
This randomized clinical trial of 4524 patients undergoing transfemoral coronary angiography reports that vascular closure devices were noninferior to manual compression in terms of vascular access-site complications and reduced time to hemostasis.