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.
Will more aggressive BP control reduce the risk of CV outcomes? Finally, some answers.
Resistant hypertension? A hypertensive emergency? Select your strategy and then find out if the evidence supports it.
The practice of CVD risk estimation shifted radically in 2013. The ACC-AHA app helps you connect the new dots.
Our cardiologist blogger highlights PARTNER-2, HOPE-3, and sessions on women in cardiology at ACC.16.
Researchers presented several new findings about statins and non-statins at ACC.16. This brief roundup summarizes these and other noteworthy reports.
Highlights of four recent studies in hypertension, heart failure, preeclampsia expose vulnerable populations.
Find out what you know about how to avoid therapeutic inertia in treatment of hypertension.