Latest Features & Opinion
The Cardiology Advisor interviewed George Bakris, MD on his thoughts regarding the ACC/AHA updated hypertension guidelines.
Evaluating diagnosis and treatment options for pulmonary arterial hypertension.
The next best diagnostic step in the workup of acute ischemic stroke in context of updated 2018 guidelines is discussed.
A 35-year-old pregnant woman presents to the emergency department with progressive dyspnea and palpitations that have worsened during the last 3 weeks.
The Cardiology Advisor Articles
- USPSTF Does Not Recommend Electrocardiography Screening in Low-Risk CVD
- CTEPH Increases Risk for Sleep Disordered Breathing
- Many AKI Reports in FAERS Linked to Drugs Not Recognized as Nephrotoxic
- How Many Chances Are Too Many? Treating Recurrent Infective Endocarditis in IV Drug Users
- CAD Testing, Treatment Changes After Malpractice Damage Caps
- Stroke Risk Highest in Paroxysmal Afib With Greater Burden of Afib
- New Hypertension Guideline Discussed for Older Adults
- Celecoxib Associated With Lower MACE Risk Than Naproxen and Ibuprofen
- Composite Echo Score Predicts PH in Interstitial Lung Disease
- Brain Natriuretic Peptide Shows Promise as Biomarker in Group 1 PAH
- Aldosterone Antagonists Improved Survival in STEMI Without Heart Failure
- LV Strain, Hypertrophy Predict Heart Failure in Asymptomatic T2D
- Personalized Goals, Cash Motivated Exercise in Ischemic Heart Disease
- African Americans Less Likely to Get Recommended Statin Therapy
- Sildenafil, Bosentan Combination vs Sildenafil Monotherapy in SSc-Associated PAH