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Cardio Round-up: A Fifth of Stable CAD Patients Report Monthly Angina; Plus More

Cardio Round-up: Great Debate Resolved?; Election Stress and the Heart; and More

The Great Debate Over BP Control Strategy by Final SPRINT Results The ideal systolic blood pressure (SBP) target has been a matter of investigation for...
The Great Debate: Intensive vs. Liberal BP Control Settled by Final SPRINT results

The Great Debate: Intensive vs. Liberal BP Control Settled by Final SPRINT Results

The ideal systolic blood pressure (SBP) target has been a matter of investigation for years, particularly in elderly patients. The Systolic Blood pressure Intervention...
High Blood Pressure Linked to Cognitive Decline

Blood Pressure Control with Alpha-Blockers in Patients with CKD

There is a high prevalence of chronic kidney disease (CLD) among older patients; more than 20% of individuals ≥65 years of age are affected...
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ACC.21 Wrap: Payal Kohli, MD, Talks Late Breakers and Thinking Big About Treating Novel...

DocWire News Medical Lead Payal Kohli, MD, FACC, talks about her favorite research coming out of the recently wrapped-up ACC.21 Scientific Session. Some of...
A 10-year Analysis of Survival in Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension With Versus Without Associated Connective Tissue Disease

A 10-year Analysis of Survival in Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension With Versus Without Associated Connective...

Although patients with connective tissue disease (CTD)-associated pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) have a higher risk of death than the overall PAH population, recent improvements...
PRADA: Heart Drug May Not Be Necessary in Breast Cancer Patients

PRADA: Heart Drug May Not Be Necessary in Breast Cancer Patients

Medications administered in addition to surgery for adjuvant breast cancer therapy may not improve markers of heart health at two years, new  results from...
Cardio Round-up: A Fifth of Stable CAD Patients Report Monthly Angina; Plus More

Cardio Round-up: Too Much Sleep Or Too Little Present Heart Risks; More Early News...

Sleeping too much or too little was found to elevate risk of cardiovascular events, according to research that will be presented at the upcoming...

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