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Expanded Seconds-Count.org Helps Physicians Navigate Spectrum of Cardiovascular Disease Treatment Options
Date:7/1/2008

Site Offers Latest Industry News, Physicians' Blog, Clinical Study Analysis

and Evidence-Based Treatment Guidelines

WASHINGTON, July 1 /PRNewswire/ -- The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions (SCAI), the leading professional organization for interventional cardiology, has expanded its educational Web site at http://www.Seconds-Count.org with a new section dedicated to health professionals who work with interventional cardiologists and care for patients with cardiovascular disease. The expanded site features a frequently updated "Latest News" section with analysis of the latest clinical studies and updates from medical conferences, a "Physicians' Blog" with commentary and analysis on news of the day, clinical study summaries, as well as treatment guidelines and information about the full spectrum of cardiovascular disease treatment options. To help both patients and health professionals, Seconds-Count.org addresses cardiovascular disease in its many forms, including coronary, peripheral, congenital and structural heart disease.

A greater number of cardiovascular disease treatment options is available today than ever before, but medical research on the best treatments for specific patients is often confusing and conflicting, making it difficult for health care professionals to determine the best care choices for each patient's individual condition and symptoms. Seconds-Count.org aims to provide current information and analysis of the latest treatments -- from lifestyle changes and medications to devices and surgery -- and discussion of medical studies and industry news to create a one-stop resource for physicians and other health care professionals.

"The number of clinical studies released each month, and the number of new treatments and technologies available, can be overwhelming for primary care physicians and other health professionals who must k
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