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Roberto Ferrari & Kim Fox

It is hard to believe that a year has already passed since we announced the new format for Dialogues in Cardiovascular Medicine. We are pleased that it has been such a success so far, having received letters of appreciation, especially for the sections dedicated to “Snapshots in Cardiology” and the “Hot Topics.” The website (www.dialogues-cvm.org) is also proving to be popular with over 200 visits per month. We are continuing to evolve and the format will change again slightly in 2018, adding the option to store the issues in an online library. We remain ambitious and hope to continue providing a good record of what has happened over the past year by reporting from the most prestigious.
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York Hospital ‘at cutting edge’ of robotic technology

WellSpan York Hospital demonstrated its cardiac robot on Tuesday, Nov. 7. The robotic arm assists in a PCI procedure, commonly known as stenting, to fix blocked arteries. The hospital started using the robot in mid-July.

York Hospital ‘at cutting edge’ of robotic technology

WellSpan York Hospital demonstrated its cardiac robot on Tuesday, Nov. 7. The robotic arm assists in a PCI procedure, commonly known as stenting, to fix blocked arteries. The hospital started using the robot in mid-July.
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