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Pre-participation screening of asymptomatic athletes

), physicians should not engage in routine examination of asymptomatic athletes to prevent cardiac events. To quote former US president Barack Obama: “Don’t do stupid stuff”. Conflict of interest A. Mosterd

Nationwide claims data validated for quality assessments in acute myocardial infarction in the Netherlands

. Umans, A. Mosterd, J. van Wijngaarden facilitated the acquirement of the validation data; D.C. Eindhoven, J.A. van Erkelens , D.E. Ikkersheim, S.C. Cannegieter, V.A.W.M. Umans, A. Mosterd, J. van ... , V.A.W.M. Umans, A. Mosterd, J. van Wijngaarden, M.J. Schalij and C.J.W. Borleffs declare that they have no competing interests. Ethical standards For the use of anonymised national data, permission of

No psychological distress in sportsmen aged 45 years and older after cardiovascular screening, including cardiac CT: The Measuring Athlete’s Risk of Cardiovascular events (MARC) study

. Bots, B.K. Velthuis and A. Mosterd declare that they have no competing interests. Open Access This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License

Rationale and design of the Measuring Athlete’s Risk of Cardiovascular events (MARC) study

BackgroundMore than 90 % of exercise-related cardiac arrests occur in men, predominantly those aged 45 years and older with coronary artery disease (CAD) as the main cause. The current sports medical evaluation (SME) of middle-aged recreational athletes consists of a medical history, physical examination, and resting and exercise electrocardiography. Coronary CT (CCT) provides a...

Age- and gender-specific risk of death after first hospitalization for heart failure

Background Hospitalization for heart failure (HF) is associated with high-in-hospital and short- and long-term post discharge mortality. Age and gender are important predictors of mortality in hospitalized HF patients. However, studies assessing short- and long-term risk of death stratified by age and gender are scarce. Methods A nationwide cohort was identified (ICD-9 codes 402...