Pairing imaging results with self-reported symptoms proved 83% accurate at spotting patients with the virus, Albert Einstein College of Medicine neurologists reported in Stroke.

German researchers reported acute adverse effects in only 0.38% of contrast-enhanced exams, with few severe reactions.

Doctors can rely on coronary artery calcium scanning to help more patients avoid a first major cardiac event, according to new research published in JAMA Cardiology.

Many of those individuals had a myocardial injury, increasing their risk for heart attack, pulmonary embolism and heart failure, Icahn School of Medicine researchers said Monday.

It’s great news for the millions who rely on implanted devices such as pacemakers, but were prohibited from undergoing MRI exams, researchers explained Thursday.

This update will replace the company’s existing infusion system and includes new smart features, such as workflow improvements and dosing options.

In light of their findings, providers should consider adopting the approach in clinical practice, researchers said Wednesday during the Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics conference.

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and artificial intelligence firm Cleerly are also part of the collaboration seeking to improve care for those with heart disease.

Recent research has shown the feasibility of these filters in animals, but a new study validated the approach in eight patients.

Brown University researchers built their model from scratch and credited a new multiphase approach to its enhanced detection capabilities.

The update is detailed in a September 2020 report published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.

The team analyzed more than 600 patients included in a trial investigating CT-based atherosclerotic determinants of coronary artery disease for their research, published in JAMA Cardiology.