Pulmonary arterial hypertension is a rare, but deadly complication of systemic lupus erythematosus. French investigators sought to identify clinical features of patients with both.
A study in the VA system found that only 19% of patients diagnosed with pulmonary hypertension received a PDE5 iinhibitor prescription consistent with clinical guidelines.
A recent case review feature in Hypertension got this author thinking first and foremost about medication adherence. Your thoughts?
H-CKD may soon be more than a "phenotype of convenience with little clinical utility." How will precision medicine hone diagnosis and treatment?
New study finds that noninvasive assessment of CAD with CCTA may help reclassify risk and predict MACE in asymptomatic atherosclerosis.
Results of a new study identify specific clinical characteristics linked to poor quality of life in patients with PAH.
Right ventricular response to exercise may be used as a better indicator of ventricular-arterial coupling than resting hemodynamics, say authors of this new study.
Methamphetamine abuse is on a steady rise in the US. A new study highlights the nature and dangers of Meth-PAH.
An 87-year-old man with a history of mild dementia on Aricept and hypertension on benazepril is brought to the emergency department by family after a possible fall.
A recent trial found that empagliflozin can reduce the risk of cardiovascular deaths in type 2 diabetes patients; are results similar in men and women?