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We agree with Dr. Gidding and colleagues that familial hypercholesterolemia (FH) causes premature cardiovascular disease and sudden death. A genetic basis has been established in many cases ([1][1]). In 2011, an expert panel convened by the National Institutes of Health published “Integrated
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Highlights •PA is a common curable cause of hypertension and implies cardiovascular damage and events in excess of what is expected on the basis of the blood pressure elevation. •A wide range of hypertensive patients, particularly those with drug-resistant hypertension and lone atrial fibrillation, should be tested for PA. •Simplified strategies can identify those patients who can be cured long term with surgery. •Case detection testing for PA should be performed by measuring the aldosterone-ren...
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We appreciate the interest of Dr. Tan and colleagues in our paper ([1][1]). Patients with heart failure with reduced ejection fraction (HFrEF) in our propensity score−matched study were balanced on 50 measured baseline characteristics, including heart rate and beta-blocker use. Potential bias due
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We appreciate the thoughtful comments regarding our paper ([1][1]). We agree with Dr. Miura and colleagues that our analysis of surgical tricuspid valve (TV) repair and replacement should not be extrapolated to transcatheter TV interventions. Recent data suggested a reduction in mortality with
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We thank Dr. Alkhalil and colleagues and Dr. Fukui and colleagues for their interest in our paper that describes the impact of staging of cardiac damage in patients with aortic stenosis (AS) who are asymptomatic or present with symptoms ([1][1],[2][2]). Although the study by Tastet et al. ([1][1])
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Abstract Background E-cigarette (EC) use is increasing exponentially worldwide. The early cardiovascular effects of switching from tobacco cigarettes (TC) to EC in chronic smokers is unknown. Meta-analysis of flow-mediated dilation (FMD) studies indicate 13% lower pooled, adjusted relative risks of cardiovascular events with every 1% improvement in FMD. Objectives This study sought to determine the early vascular impact of switching from TC to EC in chronic smokers. Methods The authors conducted...
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