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Susan Gabriel, Ph.D.

Recurrent CV events post-AMI in patients with MVD: A retrospective study in the UK

Listen to Dr. Susan Gabriel share her insights on risk factors for recurrent cardiovascular events following myocardial infarction in a large real-world data analysis of 78,000 patients with multivessel disease.

Dr. C. Michael Gibson, Dr. Serge Korijan

Residual Cardiovascular Risk Despite Secondary Prevention: Data from Contemporary Cardiovascular Outcomes Trials From 2010-2021

Listen to Dr. C. Michael Gibson and Dr. Serge Korjian discuss expert insights on the recurrent cardiovascular risk in patients with contemporary CV outcomes trials between 2010-2021.  

Dr Kenneth Mahaffey

90-day Window Unmet Need Video

Join Dr Kenneth Mahaffey, MD as he explores the impact of recurrent MI and explains why there is currently an unmet need for therapies that can reduce the risk of recurrent cardiovascular events in the high-risk 90-day period after an AMI.

Prof. C. Michael Gibson

Risk and incidence of recurrent CV events post-ACS: a meta-analysis - Prof. Michael Gibson

Listen to Prof. Michael Gibson discuss the risks associated with early and late recurrent events in patients with recent ACS, and the implications this could have on trial design.

Prof. C. Michael Gibson

Cholesterol efflux and cardiovascular outcomes - Prof. Michael Gibson

Listen to Prof Michael Gibson as he explores the association between cholesterol efflux and adverse CV events. He also discusses the potential of cholesterol efflux as a novel therapeutic target to improve outcomes for patients with CV disease.

Dr Keith Allen

Major adverse cardiovascular events and hospital readmissions in the 90 days following AMI: redefining the risk period

Listen to Dr. Keith Allen discuss the impact of recurrent CV events in the high-risk 90-day period post AMI.

Dr Anand Rohatgi

Cholesterol efflux capacity: what is it and what does it mean for cardiovascular outcomes?

Listen to Dr Anand Rohatgi describe the process of cholesterol efflux and the data that demonstrate the importance of cholesterol efflux in determining cardiovascular outcomes.


The importance of ApoA-I in cholesterol efflux and atherosclerosis

This video provides an overview of the important role apolipoprotein A1, a key functional component of high-density lipoprotein, plays in cholesterol efflux and plaque stabilization.

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Burden of recurrent CV events

Find out about the significant healthcare costs associated with recurrent CV events post AMI1-4

Current standard of care post AMI

Current standard of care and newer therapies have lowered the long-term risk of recurrent CV events; however, data show that patients are still at risk during the 90-day high-risk period after an AMI5-12

The cholesterol story

Learn about the role of cholesterol efflux in removing excess cholesterol from lipid-laden macrophages in arterial plaque13,14

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ACC, American College of Cardiology; AHA, American Heart Association; ACS, acute coronary syndrome; AMI, acute myocardial infarction; ApoA-I, apolipoprotein A-I; ASCVD, atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease; CV, cardiovascular; ESC, European Society of Cardiology; HDL, high-density lipoprotein; LDL, low-density lipoprotein


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