January-March 2020| Vol 5| Issue 1
Managing Cardiovascular disease pandemic in China: Challenges and strategies
First of all, the main risk factors which lead to the outbreak of cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are not well controlled, and this trend remains to worsen, especially ...
A new contestant enters the race for noninvasive fractional flow reserve evaluation, iFRCT
The assessment of the functional significance of coronary artery disease (CAD) has been an important topic in both invasive and noninvasive cardiac imaging over the past decade. While invasive coron...
Insights into the role of fractional flow reserve in clinical practice
The early trials of fractional flow reserve (FFR), such as the Deferral versus Performance of Percutaneous Transluminal Coronary Angioplasty in Patients Without Documented Ischaemia, FFR versus angi...
Noninvasive cardiac imaging technologies in detecting coronary artery disease: From research to clinical practice
We can use several noninvasive cardiac imaging modalities in the diagnosis of coronary artery disease (CAD), and we have investigated these technologies in many clinical trials. Some have already be...
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Guideline and Consensus
Expert consensus on operating procedures at chest pain centers in China during the coronavirus infectious disease-19 epidemic
Chest Pain Committee of the Chinese Medical Doctor Association, Chinese College of Cardiovascular Physicians, China, Chest Pain Centers Alliance, Executive Committee of China Chest Pain Centers, Chi...
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