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Slide narration jan 28, 2015

Efficacy and safety of angiotensin receptor blockers: a meta-analysis of randomized trials

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Weekly article jan 20, 2015

Select antihypertensives according to body mass index?

Hypertension is the most widespread modifiable cardiovascular risk factor in the world with a particularly high prevalence in obese subjects. Up until now, experts have not established any specific guidelines Read more…

Weekly article jan 13, 2015

High-dose statins to prevent renal failure after coronary angiography

Impaired renal function secondary to injection of a contrast agent constitutes a real clinical practice problem because it is often accompanied by a longer duration and higher cost of hospitalisation Read more…

Weekly article déc 16, 2014

Preventing cardiovascular disease with influenza vaccine

There is a large body of evidence demonstrating that influenza vaccination has a protective effect against cardiovascular disease, even outside the epidemic period which suggests that prevention of infection is Read more…

Can we prevent myocardial and renal revascularization injury?

Click to enlarge the figure  The incidence of contrast-induced nephropathy (CIN) is highly dependent on the renal function before contrast media administration and additional risk factors, of which diabetes mellitus Read more…

Slide narration déc 9, 2014

Can we prevent myocardial and renal revascularization injury?

Click to enlarge the figure  The incidence of contrast-induced nephropathy (CIN) is highly dependent on the renal function before contrast media administration and additional risk factors, of which diabetes mellitus Read more…

Weekly article déc 2, 2014

Beware of nonobstructive coronary plaque!

Nonobstructive coronary artery disease (CAD) is a condition in which atherosclerotic plaque builds up in the coronary arteries in an amount that is too small to obstruct blood flow or Read more…

Weekly article nov 25, 2014

From nocturnal hypoxia to hypertension

Obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS) is commonly associated with hypertension and worsens its prognosis. Although these two conditions classically and frequently occur concomitantly, the underlying pathogenic mechanisms are still poorly Read more…

Blood pressure control: where do we stand?

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Slide narration nov 18, 2014

Blood pressure control: where do we stand?

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