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  1. 5-Fluorouracil (5-FU) is an antimetabolite chemotherapy used for a variety of solid tumors. It has the potential to cause a wide spectrum of cardiotoxicity, ranging from asymptomatic electrocardiographic chang...

    Authors: Cai Yuan, Hiral Parekh, Carmen Allegra, Thomas J. George and Jason S. Starr
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2019 5:13
  2. Cardio-oncology is a young sub-specialty that addresses the needs of cancer patients at risk of, or who have experienced cancer therapy related cardiac dysfunction (CTRCD). This study assessed clinicians’ unde...

    Authors: J. Peng, M. Rushton, C. Johnson, C. Brezden-Masley, J. Sulpher, Miliyun G. Chiu, I. D. Graham and S. Dent
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2019 5:12
  3. Cardiotoxicity is a potential complication of anticancer therapy. While guidelines have been developed to assist practitioners, an effective, evidence based clinical pathway for the treatment of cardiotoxicity...

    Authors: Robyn A. Clark, Tania S. Marin, Alexandra L. McCarthy, Julie Bradley, Suchi Grover, Robyn Peters, Christos S. Karapetis, John J. Atherton and Bogda Koczwara
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2019 5:14
  4. Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading non-malignant cause of death in childhood cancer survivors. Heightened risk of CVD is often attributable to treatment with anthracycline chemotherapy. Anthracycline-...

    Authors: Treya M. Long, Channa E. Marsh, Lawrence G. Dembo, Philip Watson, Karen E. Wallman, Thomas S. Walwyn, Catherine S. Choong and Louise H. Naylor
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2019 5:11
  5. Early recognition of anthracycline-induced cardiomyopathy may reduce morbidity and mortality in children, but risk stratification tools are lacking. This study evaluates whether electrocardiogram (ECG) changes...

    Authors: Lajja Desai, Lauren Balmert, Jennifer Reichek, Amanda Hauck, Katheryn Gambetta and Gregory Webster
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2019 5:10
  6. Improved cancer survival in patients treated with thoracic ionizing radiation (XRT) has resulted in unanticipated surge of aortic stenosis. Transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) has revolutionized the ...

    Authors: Nikhil Agrawal, Sharma Kattel, Sameer Waheed, Ankita Kapoor, Vasvi Singh, Ashutosh Sharma, Brian J. Page, Kristopher M. Attwood, Vijay Iyer, Saraswati Pokharel and Umesh C. Sharma
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2019 5:8
  7. Cardiotoxicity is an adverse effect of trastuzumab (TRA) in the treatment of human epidermal growth factor 2 positive (HER2+) breast cancer. Current literature on the cardioprotective effects of agents targete...

    Authors: Melissa Y. Y. Moey, Darla K. Liles and Blase A. Carabello
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2019 5:9
  8. Cancer is a chronic condition that induces significant emotional and physical stress, which may increase the risk for developing Takotsubo cardiomyopathy (TCM).

    Authors: Aakash Desai, Arish Noor, Saurabh Joshi and Agnes S. Kim
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2019 5:7
  9. The management of patients with cancer and concurrent heart failure (HF) is challenging. The increased complexity of treatment and the occurrence of multiple overlapping symptoms may lead to frequent hospital ...

    Authors: Anecita Fadol, Joylynmae Estrella, Valerie Shelton, Maryam Zaghian, Diane Vanbenschop, Valerie Counts, Tito R. Mendoza, David Rubio and Patricia A. Johnston
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2019 5:5
  10. Early identification of cardiac dysfunction by non-invasive imaging in HER2-positive breast cancer patients treated with trastuzumab is challenging. In particular multigated acquisition (MUGA) scan, which is m...

    Authors: Nathalie I. Bouwer, Crista Liesting, Marcel J. M. Kofflard, Sylvia M. Sprangers-van Campen, Jasper J. Brugts, Jos J. E. M. Kitzen, Michael A. Fouraux, Mark-David Levin and Eric Boersma
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2019 5:4
  11. Cancer survivors experience on average a 20% reduction in peak exercise capacity (VO2 peak) post-cancer treatment. Intermuscular fat (IMF) is a strong predictor of reduced exercise capacity in heart failure (HF) ...

    Authors: Kerryn W. Reding, Peter Brubaker, Ralph D’Agostino Jr, Dalane W. Kitzman, Barbara Nicklas, Dale Langford, Michael Grodesky and W. Gregory Hundley
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2019 5:3
  12. Anthracycline chemotherapy is an effective and widely used treatment for solid tumors and hematological malignancies regardless of its known cardiotoxicity. The mechanisms of the cardiotoxicity are not fully u...

    Authors: Amanda J. Favreau-Lessard, Hagen Blaszyk, Michael A. Jones, Douglas B. Sawyer and Ilka M. Pinz
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2019 5:2
  13. Cardiotoxicity associated with anthracycline-based chemotherapies has limited their use in patients with preexisting cardiomyopathy or heart failure. Dexrazoxane protects against the cardiotoxic effects of ant...

    Authors: Sarju Ganatra, Anju Nohria, Sachin Shah, John D. Groarke, Ajay Sharma, David Venesy, Richard Patten, Krishna Gunturu, Corrine Zarwan, Tomas G. Neilan, Ana Barac, Salim S. Hayek, Sourbha Dani, Shantanu Solanki, Syed Saad Mahmood and Steven E. Lipshultz
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2019 5:1
  14. Emerging evidence suggests potential arterial damage with the use of anthracycline-based chemotherapeutic regimens. We determined arterial function at rest and during exercise in anthracycline-treated adult su...

    Authors: Vivian Wing-yi Li, Anthony Pak-yin Liu, Karin Kar-Huen Ho, Jeffrey Ping-Wa Yau, Daniel Ka-leung Cheuk and Yiu-fai Cheung
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2018 4:9
  15. Cancer survivors treated with thoracic ionizing radiation are at higher risk of premature death due to myocardial ischemia. No therapy is currently available to prevent or mitigate these effects. We tested the...

    Authors: Umesh C. Sharma, Swati D. Sonkawade, Andrew Baird, Min Chen, Shirley Xu, Sandra Sexton, Anurag K. Singh, Adrienne Groman, Steven G. Turowski, Joseph A. Spernyak, Supriya D. Mahajan and Saraswati Pokharel
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2018 4:8
  16. Cardiotoxic effects of anthracycline therapy are a major cause of morbidity for childhood cancer survivors. The aim of this retrospective evaluation is to assess the efficacy of Tissue Doppler Imaging in the e...

    Authors: Francesco Venturelli, Riccardo Masetti, Marianna Fabi, Roberto Rondelli, Anna Martoni, Arcangelo Prete, Marco Bonvicini and Andrea Pession
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2018 4:6
  17. Doxorubicin chemotherapy is used across a range of adult and pediatric malignancies. Cardiac toxicity is common, and dysfunction develops over time in many patients. Biomarkers used for predicting late cardiac...

    Authors: Andrew Poklepovic, Yuesheng Qu, Molly Dickinson, Michael C. Kontos, Maciej Kmieciak, Elizabeth Schultz, Dipankar Bandopadhyay, Xiaoyan Deng and Rakesh C. Kukreja
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2018 4:7
  18. Anthracycline induced cardiomyopathy is a major cause of mortality and morbidity among pediatric cancer survivors. It has been postulated that oxidative stress induction and inflammation may play a role in the...

    Authors: Olga H. Toro-Salazar, Ji Hyun Lee, Kia N. Zellars, Paige E. Perreault, Kathryn C. Mason, Zhu Wang, Kan N. Hor, Eileen Gillan, Caroline J. Zeiss, Daniel M. Gatti, Brooke T. Davey, Shelby Kutty, Bruce T. Liang and Francis G. Spinale
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2018 4:4
  19. Approximately 2–3% of patients undergoing advanced heart failure therapies such as left ventricular assist devices (LVAD) and orthotropic heart transplantation (OHT) have chemotherapy-related cardiomyopathy, a...

    Authors: Raquel Araujo-Gutierrez, Sergio H. Ibarra-Cortez, Jerry D. Estep, Arvind Bhimaraj, Ashrith Guha, Imad Hussain, Myung H. Park, Guillermo Torre-Amione and Barry H. Trachtenberg
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2018 4:3
  20. Carfilzomib, an epoxyketone proteasome inhibitor, has demonstrated improved progression-free survival in patients when used with standard treatment (lenalidomide and dexamethasone) in patients with relapsed mu...

    Authors: Eric H. Yang, Cynthia Courtney, Vinisha Garg, Michael G. Fradley and Gary J. Schiller
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2018 4:2
  21. Studies of cancer survivors treated with older radiotherapy (RT) techniques (pre-1990s) strongly suggest that ionizing radiation to the chest increases the risk of coronary heart disease (CHD). Our goal was to...

    Authors: Michael Jacob Adams, Susan G. Fisher, Steven E. Lipshultz, Roy E. Shore, Louis S. Constine, Marilyn Stovall, Ann Dozier, Kelly Thevenet-Morrison, Robert Block, Ronald G. Schwartz and Thomas A. Pearson
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2018 4:1
  22. Patients with cancer treatment-related cardiotoxicity, which may manifest as heart failure (HF), can present with dyspnea. Nurses frequently assess, triage and offer self-care strategies to patients experienci...

    Authors: F. Kelly, S. L. Carroll, M. Carley, S. Dent, R. Shorr, J. Hu, R. Morash and D. Stacey
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2017 3:7
  23. Cardiotoxicity from anticancer therapy affects heart function and structure. Cardiotoxicity can also lead to accelerated development of chronic diseases, especially in the presence of risk factors.

    Authors: Robyn A. Clark, Tania S. Marin, Narelle M. Berry, John J. Atherton, Jonathon W. Foote and Bogda Koczwara
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2017 3:6
  24. Antineoplastic therapy with the tyrosine kinase inhibitor pazopanib in patients with advanced/metastatic renal cell carcinoma (mRCC) has been associated with hypertension (HTN), cardiomyopathy, and cardiac dys...

    Authors: Daniel Pinkhas, Thai Ho and Sakima Smith
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2017 3:5
  25. Proteasome inhibitors (PI) bortezomib and carfilzomib are cornerstone therapies for multiple myeloma. Higher incidence of cardiac adverse events (CAEs) has been reported in patients receiving carfilzomib. Howe...

    Authors: John H. Chen, Daniel J. Lenihan, Sharon E. Phillips, Shelton L. Harrell and Robert F. Cornell
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2017 3:4
  26. Atrial fibrillation (AF) is frequently observed in patients being treated for cancer and can lead to increased morbidity and mortality in this population. With the use of newer, targeted cancer therapies, seve...

    Authors: Aarti Asnani, Anastasia Manning, Moussa Mansour, Jeremy Ruskin, Ephraim P. Hochberg and Leon M. Ptaszek
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2017 3:2
  27. Sinus bradycardia is frequently observed in patients treated with crizotinib, a receptor tyrosine kinase inhibitor used for the treatment of anaplastic lymphoma kinase (ALK)-rearranged non-small cell lung canc...

    Authors: Zhushan Zhang, Tai-Qin Huang, Igor Nepliouev, Hengtao Zhang, Adam S. Barnett, Paul B. Rosenberg, Sai-Hong I. Ou and Jonathan A. Stiber
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2017 3:1
  28. Due to aging of the population and cardiotoxic cancer treatment, there is an increasing group of patients with cancer and co-morbid cardiovascular disease (CVD). In order to find a balance between the risk of ...

    Authors: Dounya Schoormans, Susanne S. Pedersen, Susanne Dalton, Nina Rottmann and Lonneke van de Poll-Franse
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2016 2:9
  29. The treatment of Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML) leads to several functional limitations. Especially cardiac burden following cardiotoxic chemotherapy, which limits exercise and competitive sport in the long-term...

    Authors: Pia von Korn, Manfred Vogt, Renate Oberhoffer, Peter Ewert and Jan Müller
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2016 2:8
  30. The presence and burden of coronary artery calcium (CAC) is a strong predictor of cardiovascular events. In an effort to gain insight into the utility of CAC for coronary artery disease (CAD) screening in canc...

    Authors: Alison M. Brann, Charlotte J. Bai, John F. Hibbeln, Kim A. Williams and Tochi M. Okwuosa
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2016 2:7
  31. Electrocardiographic changes may manifest in patients with pericardial effusions. PR segment changes are frequently overlooked, but when present, can provide diagnostic significance. The diagnostic value of PR...

    Authors: M. Ahluwalia, R. O’Quinn, B. Ky, D. Callans, J. Kucharczuk and J. R. Carver
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2016 2:6
  32. The diagnosis and management of cardiovascular complications have become a clinical concern for oncologists, cardiologists, surgeons, interventional radiologists, radiation therapy physicians, internists, nurs...

    Authors: Sergio Barros-Gomes, Joerg Herrmann, Sharon L. Mulvagh, Amir Lerman, Grace Lin and Hector R. Villarraga
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2016 2:5
  33. Doxorubicin (DOX) is a very effective anticancer medication that is commonly used to treat hematological malignancies and solid tumors. Nevertheless, DOX is known to have cardiotoxic effects that may lead to c...

    Authors: Beshay N. Zordoky, M. Judith Radin, Lois Heller, Anthony Tobias, Ilze Matise, Fred S. Apple, Sylvia A. McCune and Leslie C. Sharkey
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2016 2:4
  34. The cardiotoxicity of doxorubicin is becoming an interdisciplinary point of interest given a growing population of cancer survivors. The complex and not completely understood pathogenesis of this complication ...

    Authors: Antonella De Angelis, Konrad Urbanek, Donato Cappetta, Elena Piegari, Loreta Pia Ciuffreda, Alessia Rivellino, Rosa Russo, Grazia Esposito, Francesco Rossi and Liberato Berrino
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2016 2:2
  35. New anti-cancer drugs that inhibit the vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) signaling pathway are highly effective in the treatment of solid tumors, however concerns remain regarding their cardiovascular ...

    Authors: Yishay Wasserstrum, Ran Kornowski, Pia Raanani, Avi Leader, Oren Pasvolsky and Zaza Iakobishvili
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2015 1:6
  36. Tyrosine kinase inhibitors (TKIs) have revolutionized the management and outcomes of chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) patients. Improved disease control and prolonged life expectancy now mandate focus on improvi...

    Authors: Oren Pasvolsky, Avi Leader, Zaza Iakobishvili, Yishay Wasserstrum, Ran Kornowski and Pia Raanani
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2015 1:5
  37. Afatinib is an oral irreversible ErbB family blocker that targets epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR/ErbB1), human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 (HER2/ErbB2), and HER4 (ErbB4) and is approved for the ...

    Authors: Michael S. Ewer, Kalpesh Patel, Dennis O’Brien and Robert M. Lorence
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2015 1:3
  38. Subacute cardiotoxicity, consisting of acute myocyte damage and associated left ventricular dysfunction, occurs early during anthracycline therapy. We investigated the impact of myocardial dysfunction, defined...

    Authors: Olga H. Toro-Salazar, Eileen Gillan, Joanna Ferranti, Andrea Orsey, Karen Rubin, Shailendra Upadhyay, Wojciech Mazur and Kan N. Hor
    Citation: Cardio-Oncology 2015 1:1

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