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TGA advises against NSAIDs for heart patients

TGA advises against NSAIDs for heart patients

Its latest Medicines Safety Update also highlights potential risks of lower-dose OTC products

Long-term weight loss slashes AF burden

Long-term weight loss slashes AF burden

But yo-yo dieting has a negative effect, say Australian researchers

Long-term ticagrelor benefits MI patients

Long-term ticagrelor benefits MI patients

International trial supports extension of dual antiplatelet therapy beyond one year

Study highlights STEMI treatment gender gap

Study highlights STEMI treatment gender gap

An “unfair” bias results in avoidable deaths, say Australian researchers

Endovascular therapy benefits ‘unequivocal’: study

Endovascular therapy benefits ‘unequivocal’: study

Melbourne researchers stop randomised trial of mechanical thrombectomy for ischaemic stroke early due to efficacy

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WCC blog: secondary prevention is the low hanging fruit

One of the most interesting presentations at the World Congress of Cardiology in Melbourne this week was a talk by Professor Philip Aylward of Adelaide on how far we have come in the treatment of ACS.

CSANZ 2013 blog: For the ticker, timing is everything

While it’s great to attend a conference like CSANZ, the sheer amount of new and interesting information can be almost too much of a good thing.

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