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UT Southwestern researchers explain racial disparities in heart failure risk

UT Southwestern researchers explain racial disparities in heart failure risk

Study calls into question the troponin testing for ACS in elderly patients with NCSs

Study calls into question the troponin testing for ACS in elderly patients with NCSs

Research reveals cardiac thin filament structure and function

Research reveals cardiac thin filament structure and function

Sphingotec's new biomarker bio-ADM identifies ICU patients who need immediate organ support

Sphingotec's new biomarker bio-ADM identifies ICU patients who need immediate organ support

Sphingotec's penKid is a reliable marker for detection and monitoring of acute kidney injury

Sphingotec's penKid is a reliable marker for detection and monitoring of acute kidney injury

Heavy drinking damages the heart

Heavy drinking damages the heart

Harmful alcohol consumption pattern may damage heart tissue

Harmful alcohol consumption pattern may damage heart tissue

Reducing STAT demand can improve patient care, suggests new study

Reducing STAT demand can improve patient care, suggests new study

New blood test for protein biomarkers could identify people in need of treatment

New blood test for protein biomarkers could identify people in need of treatment

Myocardial infarction model developed using cardiomyocytes

Myocardial infarction model developed using cardiomyocytes

Chronic kidney disease associated with increased risk of adverse cardiovascular outcomes

Chronic kidney disease associated with increased risk of adverse cardiovascular outcomes

Women receive poorer heart attack treatment than men

Women receive poorer heart attack treatment than men

New cardio trial shows reduced wait times and hospital admissions

New cardio trial shows reduced wait times and hospital admissions

Rapid diagnosis protocol does not improve outcomes for patients with chest pain

Rapid diagnosis protocol does not improve outcomes for patients with chest pain

What you eat affects your heart more than your diet regimen

What you eat affects your heart more than your diet regimen

Women experience the same key heart attack symptoms as men

Women experience the same key heart attack symptoms as men

High troponin levels after exercise predict risk of cardiovascular events

High troponin levels after exercise predict risk of cardiovascular events

RNA-binding protein SRSF3 appears to be key factor for proper heart contraction, survival

RNA-binding protein SRSF3 appears to be key factor for proper heart contraction, survival

Advanced testing does not help predict major cardiac events, research shows

Advanced testing does not help predict major cardiac events, research shows

Blood proteins may be useful for predicting risk of developing heart failure

Blood proteins may be useful for predicting risk of developing heart failure