1. ACHIEVEMENTS                                                                                                 

A. Rocket woman: How to cook curry and get a spacecraft into Mars orbit  – click here to see

    2. CORONARY                                                                                                                         

           
 A. Female STEMI patients wait 37 cminutes longer than men to seek help – click here to see

  B. Frailty Linked to Higher Bleeding Risk Among Acute MI Patients Undergoing PCI – click here to see

C. Women With Acute MI More Likely to Survive If Treated by Female Physicians – click here to see

 D. Four-Step Protocol for Disparities in STEMI Care and Outcomes in Women – click here to see

       3. IMAGING

 A. Cardiovascular magnetic resonance can be undertaken in pregnancy and guide clinical decision-making in this patient population – click here to see

 B. Echocardiographic Predictors of Mortality in Women With HFrEF – click here to see

 C. Prediction of Subclinical CAD With Breast Arterial Calcification and Low Bone Mass in Asymptomatic Women – click here to see

 D. Myocardial native T1 and extracellular volume with healthy ageing and gender – click here to see

 E. Myocardial tissue characteristics undoubtedly differ by gender but not age – click here to see

     4. ONCOLOGY

   A. Long-Term Adjuvant Endocrine Therapy and Risk of Cardiovascular Disease in Female Breast Cancer Survivors – click here to see

  B. CHF May Affect One in Three Pregnancies After Cancer Tx Cardiotoxicity – click here to see

    5. PREGNANCY

A. The Association of Mediterranean Diet during Pregnancy with Longitudinal Body Mass Index Trajectories and Cardiometabolic Risk in Early Childhood – click here to see

 B. Effect of Sildenafil on Nitric Oxide-Mediated Vasodilation in the Human Placenta: an Ex-Vivo Placental Perfusion Study – click here to see

 C. Betamethasone:A Novel Therapeutic Intervention for Preeclampsia – click here to see

 D. Soluble Guanylate Cyclase Activators Improve Vascular Function and Attenuate Placental Ischemia-Induced Hypertension – click here to see

 E. 20-Year Trends and Gender Differences in Young Adults Hospitalized With Acute MI – click here to see 

 F. ROPAC – Pregnancy in women with cardiovascular disease: trends in outcome from 10 years ESC Registry Of Pregnancy And Cardiac disease – click here to see

G. 2002 to 2014 Saw Hike in AMI Rate in Pregnancy, Puerperium – click here to see

H. Ob-Gyns Should Play Role in Reducing CVD Risk for Women – click here to see

  6. RISK FACTORS

 A. Brain Cytochrome P4501B1-Testosterone Generated Metabolite 6 Beta-Hydroxytestosterone Contributes to Angiotensin II-Induced Increased Sympathetic Outflow and Blood Pressure – click here to see

 B. Several Risk Factors More Strongly Linked to MI in Women – click here to see

 C. Certain Risk Factors Carry Higher MI Risk in Women Than Men – click here to see

 D. AHA: Stress May Raise Type 2 Diabetes Risk in Women – click here to see

 E. Testosterone May Be Key to CVD Risk in Women – click here to see

F. Mental Stress-Induced Myocardial Ischemia Risk Up for Women – click here to see

  7. VALVULAR

 A. Long-Term Outcomes With Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement in Women Compared With Men – click here to see

B. Sex Differences Diminish With Third-Generation TAVR Device – click here to see