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Thoughts about the use of the Win Ratio in Cardiovascular Outcome Trials

Cardiovascular trials often include non-fatal events (in addition to mortality) in their primary endpoints maintain the study power i.e., to capture enough events to detect…

A Pragmatic Trial isn’t just a Simple Trial: An Interview with Colin Baigent about ADAPTABLE

Faiez Zannad speaks to Colin Baigent about pragmatic randomised trials following his editorial on ADAPTABLE.

Speculations on PARADISE-MI (sacubitril/valsartan post-MI) before the full results

Marc Pfeffer presented the results of PARADISE-MI at ACC last week. As discussed previously on CVCTCardiobrief, sacubitril/valsartan did not reduce the primary outcome compared to…

Wishful Thinking About Revascularization for Stable Coronary Artery Disease

A new meta-analysis concludes that revascularization for stable coronary artery disease has benefits over and above the benefits of medical therapy. But this may be wishful thinking.

LAA Closure During Heart Surgery – A Robust Positive Trial But What’s Next?

Richard Whitlock MD, PhD of McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario presented the outcomes of the LAAOS III trial as a late breaking clinical trial (LBCT)…

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