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Patients with familial chylomicronemia syndrome who were actively connected were also 3 times as likely to report "high" or "extremely high" motivation in managing their own health.
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.
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- USPSTF Does Not Recommend Afib Screening in Asymptomatic Patients
- American Heart Association Urges Screen Time Limits for Youth
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- Heart Failure Risk Increased When Sleep Apnea Not Managed With CPAP
- Thromboembolic Disorder Treatments: DVT/PE
- Chronic Total Occlusions on CCTA Increase Major Adverse Cardiac Event Risk
- SCD Causes in Teen Athletes Often Not Identified During Screening
- Patient Connectivity Benefits Familial Chylomicronemia Syndrome
- Galafold Approved for the Treatment of Adults With Fabry Disease
- Better Cardiac Profiles With Exercise, Less Sitting in Early Old Age