Caution: Approach every patient with SLE as a “bundle of cardiovascular risks” greater than the sum of its parts
Beta-blockers may decrease FEV1 but have shown remarkable benefits in COPD patients. True or False?
T or F: It appears that masked hypertension is often the consequence of nocturnal blood pressure elevations.
T or F: A delayed decline of SBP during exercise recovery predicts severe coronary artery disease. Try the rest of this exercise challenge.
Is it a transient, innocuous blip in blood pressure in the presence of an MD in clinic? Or, something quite different?
Our author says it's best to assume that any patient with RA is a ticking vascular time bomb. Which statements support that?
Patients with comorbid T2D and heart failure may have a "distinct pathophysiology of the heart" say authors of a new study.
Slide show: Evidence for gout's role as a risk factor for heart disease is mixed. New studies add support.
Hypertension in dialysis patients is very common and often poorly controlled. Here, a short quiz for the cardiology community.
Case-based quiz: Test your clinical judgement on optimal hypertension therapy for this complex patient at risk for hyperkalemia.