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Robert Yeh, MD, interventional cardiologist and Beau Hawkins, MD, advanced interventional fellow, both from the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute for Heart, Vascular and Stroke Care, recently attended the 2012 American Heart Association Scientific Sessions in Los Angeles, California.

In this video, Yeh and Hawkins talk about some of the late breaking clinical trials that caught their attention at the conference and discuss what some of the results means for patients regarding topics ranging from daily multivitamin use and predicting cardiovascular events to best treatment methods for people with heart disease and diabetes. Hawkins also talks about his team's recent Journal of the American College of Cardiology study on carotid artery stenting (CAS) and the use of a tool that may assist clinicians in evaluating optimal management, sharing more accurate pre-procedural risks with patients and improving patient selection for CAS.

Mass General Cardiologists Discuss 2012 AHA Scientific Sessions Hot Topics

Robert Yeh, MD, interventional cardiologist and Beau Hawkins, MD, advanced interventional fellow, both from the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute for Heart, Vascular and Stroke Care, recently attended the 2012 American Heart Association Scientific Sessions in Los Angeles, California.

In this video, Yeh and Hawkins talk about some of the late breaking clinical trials that caught their attention at the conference and discuss what some of the results means for patients regarding topics ranging from daily multivitamin use and predicting cardiovascular events to best treatment methods for people with heart disease and diabetes. Hawkins also talks about his team's recent Journal of the American College of Cardiology study on carotid artery stenting (CAS) and the use of a tool that may assist clinicians in evaluating optimal management, sharing more accurate pre-procedural risks with patients and improving patient selection for CAS.

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