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Heart age is higher than actual age, so many men don’t understand their risk of cardiovascular diseases and are missing opportunities to prevent them.
Anticoagulant Use Among Afib Patients Wanes Over Time
Study results presented at the 2015 AHA meeting reinforce, once again, the critical role of persistent patient education on treatment adherence.
Testosterone Replacement OKd for Men with Heart Disease
New guidelines recommend that testosterone replacement therapy be restricted to men who have stable disease, only after a discussion of the potential risks and benefits.
10 Juicy Facts About Apples
About that apple-a-day—is there proof it keeps the doctor away? Find out in this slide-show summary of some well-known, and lesser-known, facts about apples and good health.
PCSK9 Inhibitors: Remarkable Drugs, Many Unknowns
In this short set of slides we review the potential for widespread impact by PCSK9 inhibitors on CV health as well as issues that may keep progress slow.
10 Good Reasons Not to Smoke
Cigarette smoking has declined but remains a leading cause of illness and death in the US. If there is anything you don’t know about the current state of smoking, you’ll find it in these slides.
PCSK9 Inhibitors: The Facts At-a-Glance
The 2 novel antihyperlipidemic drugs could change the face of CVD management and prevention. Get the basics on both offered in these slides.
Managing Antithrombotic Risk in ACS Patients with History of GI Bleeding
From ACG 2015: Managing these complex patients requires a multidisciplinary approach--something like cardiogastroenterology.
An Elderly Man with Worsening Chest Pressure
Patient describes worsening chest pain for 2 years; also easy bruising, bleeding. Follow ED exam on video. What's your diagnosis?
Atrial Fibrillation Video: Symptoms, Cardioversion Strategies
A nurse describes his own bout with atrial fibrillation—the symptoms and his attempts to cardiovert to normal rhythm—from his hospital bed.
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