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What is RSS?

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an easy way to receive automatic updates from chosen websites. Instead of visiting regulary website and hunting around for what is new, websites send updates directly to you!

Subscribe to TrialResults-Center's RSS feeds to get the results of recently published clinical trials and uptaded meta-analysis delivered to your laptop or your desktop. Our feeds include title, summaries and links back to TrialResults-Center.org for the full document. RSS feeds are free!

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TrialResults - Center RSS news feed

TrialResults-Center's RSS feeds by clinical condition

abdominal aortic aneurysm

acute coronary syndrome

acute myocardial infarction

aortic stenosis

atrial fibrillation

atrioventricular block or sick sinus syndrome

CABG surgery

cardiac arrest

cardiovascular prevention

carotid stenosis

coronary artery disease

diabetes type 2

DVT prophylaxis

familial hypercholesterolemia

heart failure

heart failure with preserved LVEF

hypertension

impaired fasting glucose

left ventricular dysfunction after myocardial infarction

miscellaneous

obesity and overweight

patients at high risk for cardiovascular events

patients with implantable cardioverter defibrillators

percutaneous coronary intervention

peripheral vascular diseases

post acute coronary syndromes

post myocardial infarction

post stroke

postthrombotic syndrome

prevention of sudden death

progression of atherosclerosis

pulmonary embolism

restenosis after PCI

stable angina

stent

superficial thrombophlebitis

throracic aortic aneuvrism

venous thrombosis

ventricular tachycardia in patients with structural heart disease

How do I use RSS?

First, you need an RSS reader (also known as a "feed reader" or "aggregator"). Some Internet browsers, including Firefox, Safari, and Internet Explorer, have built-in feed readers. Just click on the RSS link and you will open the feed in the built-in reader. If your browser doesn't have a built-in reader, there are many free readers available on the Internet, including:

  • http://www.google.com/reader
  • http://www.newsgator.com/Individuals/NewsGatorOnline
  • http://fastladder.com
  • A web search for "free RSS reader" will bring up many more options.

Next, use your RSS reader to subscribe to TrialResults-center RSS feed. Just click on the RSS icon or copy the URL http://www.trialresultscenter.org/rss/rss_new.asp and paste it into the RSS address field in your RSS reader. The recently news and updated topics in TrialResults-center will now be fed to your reader automatically just click on the title to get the full content.

If you are a webmaster and want to integrate TrialResults-center's RSS news feed into your website, you are welcome to do so. Tools such as Feed Digest or server side scripts (such as php or perl) allow you to integrate RSS feeds to your website.

Need more information on RSS?

This Microsoft article provides a good introduction to RSS.

 
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