Researchers found that patients who have atrial fibrillation are more likely to have a history of depression than patients who do not.
The American College of Cardiology and American Heart Association have released a new evidence-based guideline detailing the primary prevention of cardiovascular disease.
Current guidelines to diagnosis pulmonary embolism in pregnant patients offer conflicting recommendations.
The number of potentially abused elders is staggering: in 2015, older adults — defined as people age 65 or above constituted nearly 15% of the US population — up by 1.6 million from 2014.
Transgender women receiving hormone replacement therapy may be at an increased risk for thromboembolism, though data and recommendations vary across studies.
The American Heart Association has updated its scientific statement on blood pressure readings.
In a review of repurposing medications for pulmonary arterial hypertension treatment, dichloroacetate, metformin, and rosiglitazone/pioglitazone had the most preclinical data to support their use.
As the link between diabetes and PAD becomes more evident, clinicians can best serve patients with these comorbidities by working collaboratively to prevent serious complications.
Individuals with gout have been shown to carry a significantly greater risk for cardiovascular (CV) events and CV-related mortality compared with those without gout.
The ACC/AHA/ASE have released an updated advanced training joint statement on echocardiography for hospital medical staff, clinicians, and other healthcare providers.