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The Polypill: From Promise to Pragmatism

Mark Huffman asks what happened to the polypill to reduce cardiovascular risk, explores the promise it still holds, and considers how best to turn promise into reality.

Global Cardiovascular Research Output, Citations, and Collaborations: A Time-Trend, Bibliometric Analysis (1999–2008)

Introduction Health research is one mechanism to improve population-level health and should generally match the health needs of populations. However, there have been limited data to assess the trends in national-level cardiovascular research output, even as cardiovascular disease [CVD] has become the leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. Materials and Methods We...

Association between Gender, Process of Care Measures, and Outcomes in ACS in India: Results from the Detection and Management of Coronary Heart Disease (DEMAT) Registry

Background Studies from high-income countries have shown that women receive less aggressive diagnostics and treatment than men in acute coronary syndromes (ACS), though their short-term mortality does not appear to differ from men. Data on gender differences in ACS presentation, management, and outcomes are sparse in India. Methods and Results The Detection and Management of...

A Cross-Sectional Study of the Microeconomic Impact of Cardiovascular Disease Hospitalization in Four Low- and Middle-Income Countries

, Krishna D. Rao , Poornima Prabhakaran , Shifalika Goenka , Mark D. Huffman , K. Srinath Reddy , Dorairaj Prabhakaran . Centre Staff. Juan Calcagno, Joaqun Caporale , Shaoli Niu , Li Yan , Jing Liu , K.R