Maternal caffeine intake tied to reduced foetal growth
Consuming caffeinated beverages* during pregnancy – even at levels below the ACOG**-recommended daily dose of 200 mg – may lead to small reductions in neonatal anthropometric measurements, according to a secondary analysis of the NICHD*** Foetal Growth Studies-Singletons.
Left atrial appendage occlusion may reduce ischaemic stroke risk in AF

Left atrial appendage occlusion (LAAO) added to usual care led to a reduction in ischaemic stroke or non-cerebral systemic embolism following cardiac surgery among patients with atrial fibrillation (AF), according to results of the LAAOS* III trial.

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