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Heart-Saving Drone; Drug-Associated Myocarditis; CAR-T Therapy for HF?

In Sweden, a drone delivered the automated external defibrillator that helped save a man in cardiac arrest. (BBC)

Israel logs its first case of myocarditis following Omicron infection, reportedly in a previously healthy man in his 40s who had last received a coronavirus vaccine in August. (Times of Israel)

Watch out for subclinical cardiac impairment in people recovering from mild-to-moderate COVID-19 illness. (European Heart Journal)

Observational data support a survival benefit to eating olive oil instead of margarine, butter, mayonnaise, and dairy fat. (Journal of the American College of Cardiology)

Moms who breastfed tended to have better subsequent cardiovascular outcomes, a meta-analysis found. (Journal of the American Heart Association)

The American Academy of Neurology issues a statement on how to approach emergency medical decision-making for acute ischemic stroke patients. (Neurology)

FDA alerted to Cardiovascular Systems Inc.’s class I recall of the Wirion embolic protection device used during atherectomy, stemming from problems with filter breakage during retrieval.

China finally approves transcatheter aortic valve replacement using a Medtronic self-expanding device, the company announced.

A distal approach to transradial access for coronary catheterization halved rates of radial artery occlusion. (JACC: Cardiovascular Interventions)

Acute coronary syndrome patients with refractory no-reflow fared somewhat better being treated with intracoronary epinephrine instead of adenosine in a small randomized trial. (Circulation: Cardiovascular Interventions)

Scientists identified a transcription factor that can change the epigenetic signaling for atherosclerotic plaque formation, potentially heralding a new line of therapy for coronary artery disease. (Circulation)

Worldwide pharmacovigilance study finds new drugs associated with myocarditis and varying presentations of myocarditis depending on drug class. (Nature Communications)

Statin treatment was no help for COVID-19 patients in the ICU, according to the INSPIRATION-S trial. (BMJ)

Compared with cigarettes, vaping may be associated with less inflammatory and oxidative stress. Does that translate into reduced cardiovascular risk? (Nicotine & Tobacco Research)

Using a 3D-printed model to guide the challenging transcatheter closure of a large mitral paravalvular leak. (JACC: Case Reports)

A new immunotherapy strategy for heart failure? Scientists successfully generated fibroblast-targeting CAR-T cells from mRNA injections, reducing scarring in mouse hearts. (Science)

Convicted murderer Robert Durst, subject of the popular true-crime documentary “The Jinx,” died from a cardiac arrest at age 78. (New York Times)

The Danish soccer player with an implantable cardioverter-defibrillator has not been picked to join his national team but says he still wants to play at this year’s FIFA World Cup. (CNN)

  • Nicole Lou is a reporter for MedPage Today, where she covers cardiology news and other developments in medicine. Follow

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