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This short quiz on evidence for clinical use of ACEIs and ARBs in a variety of patients will make you think twice.
What is the optimal treatment for hypertension when the patient also has Afib, CAD, or heart failure?
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One nephrologist's thoughts on where in the annals of hypertension trials the SPRINT results may settle.
Dr Bobby Lazzara reviews a first-of-its-kind study that found aerobic capacity second only to smoking as a predictor of death.
Drugs that improve blood pressure may have negative effects on a wide range of common comorbidities.
How many US adults are considered eligible for SPB equal to/less than 120 mm Hg? What about those who aren't?
Patient has a history of hypertension; symptoms present x1 day; what's your read of the ECG?
The most common cause of hypomagnesemia is a diuretic; it may be present even when potassium level is normal.