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Cardiovascular Diseases

A 56-year-old man comes to your office for two “spells” he’s had in the past three days, each lasting approximately 20-30 seconds before resolving spontaneously. The first was blurry vision in both eyes without other vision changes.

The observed associations, however, were no longer significant after additional adjustment for vascular risk factors and diabetes mellitus.

Mr Smith is 66-years-old. How would you treat his arrhythmia? What would you choose for anticoagulation?

Digoxin is used in nearly 30% of patients with AF but has never been studied for safety/efficacy in this population, until now.

Only half of patients with hypertension have this dangerous condition under control. Highlights of 8 new studies, here.

A small study doesn't expose direct cause and effect but suggests it's not the caffeine causing the observed change.

See what you know about optimal co-management when the patient with hypertension also has Afib, CAD, or heart failure.

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