Hypertension is common and dangerous in HIV-infected persons. Primary care plays a vital role in detecting early signs and initiating treatment.
Is there a link between stroke knowledge and OAC preferences in patients with AF? According to a new study, yes.
Was it the flu vaccine? The virus itself? An unforeseen combination of both? You'll find out with these 5 questions.
How can you avoid at least these 5 key reasons for a call? One pharmacist has some guidance.
Hypertension Guidelines 2017 & 2014 Revisions: Estimated Impact on CV Events and Deaths in US Adults
What impact could the latest 2017 hypertension guidelines have on your patients? Click through our quick slideshow to find out.
A 35 y/o woman presents with 3 wks lower abdominal pain that's worse with movement. Review exam, labs, CT scan. Your diagnosis?
Two new international studies on HCV show elimination programs have high levels of engagement, treatment initiation, and cure rates.
For patients infected with hepatitis C virus who do not respond to direct-acting antiviral agents, results of a new study could mean a much brighter future.
Results of the CABANA study (atrial fibrillation) are up for evaluation. How did the trial work and could it change your thoughts on AF treatment?
Brush up on your oral anticoagulation basics with answers to three key questions we posed to cardiologist and Patient Care board member Payal Kohli, MD.