What's new and what's not in the AHA/ACC 2018 update to the 2013 lipid management guidelines? Try part I of our 3-part quiz and find out.
Other than sleep problems, this 52-year-old has no other medical history. What's your ECG read? Does the computer assessment agree?
The 32-yr-old claims no medical history other than "thyroid surgery" and takes no medications. What does the ECG suggest?
Three abstracts from AHA 2018 shed light on long-term impacts of smoking (and cessation) on CV disease and how CV disease influences sedentary behavior.
The optimal choice of medication to bind excess phosphate in patients with advanced CKD won't always be straightforward.
To Rx or not to Rx aspirin - is one of our 8 questions based on new research that highlights costs vs benefits of aspirin therapy.
When should you consider coronary artery calcium scoring to determine CV risk in your patients? Our author found some solid guidance.
ECG Challenge: The patient is seen in the ED after a short-lived reprieve from vomiting. She faints during the ECG. What’s your read of the tracing?
A subanalysis of the COMPASS trial found that combination treatment with rivaroxaban and aspirin reduced incidence of major adverse limb events by 43%.
A look back at a decade of advances in management of peripheral vascular disease prompted this short summary of big changes.