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Original Investigation | May 4, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Safety of Left Atrial Appendage Exclusion With the Lariat Device

This systematic review assessed the safety and procedural success of the Lariat device, and the investigators found significant risks of major adverse events with off-label use for left atrial appendage exclusion.
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Challenges in Clinical Electrocardiography | May 4, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Intracranial Hemorrhage and Deep T Wave Inversions

A woman in her 70s with a history of atrial fibrillation and cardioembolic stroke on warfarin presented with sudden onset of nausea and vertigo, a peak troponin level of 0.13 ng/mL, and new T-wave abnormalities on EKG. What's the Diagnosis?

Research Letter | May 4, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Online Tool to Reduce Central Venous Catheter Use in Inpatients

This study describes use of an online tool requiring inpatient trainees to evaluate ongoing need for patients' central venous catheters (CVCs), and changes in CVC use as a result.
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Original Investigation | April 27, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

In-Hospital CPR and Survival in Adults Receiving Dialysis

This population epidemiology study uses national registry data to report trends in in-hospital CPR and survival among dialysis-dependent adults.
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Original Investigation | April 27, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Cardiovascular Disease After Hodgkin Lymphoma Treatment

This cohort study characterizes long-term risk for and factors associated with cardiovascular disease in people treated for Hodgkin lymphoma as adolescents and young adults.
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