10 top cardiology stories in February

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A study about a heart failure drug's potential to treat a cardiac condition linked to COVID-19 was Becker's most-read cardiology story in February.

Here are the 10 most popular cardiology stories published by Becker's Hospital Review for the month:

1. Heart failure drug may treat cardiac condition linked to COVID-19, study says

2. New Jersey heart center opens post-COVID-19 clinic

3. UW Health cardiologist undergoes rare heart-kidney transplant

4. Current systolic blood pressure guideline too high for women, study suggests

5. Virginia hospital opens $2.5M cardiac cath lab

6. Cardiologists respond to 2020 ethics survey: 5 findings

7. Heart surgeries fell 53% during pandemic, early research shows 

8. UPMC Pinnacle cardiologist to demonstrate TAVR procedures via live broadcasts

9. Amid COVID-19, Stanford surgeons perform record number of heart transplants

10. USF Health, Tampa General Hospital 1st in state to introduce novel central sleep apnea procedure

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