A new study suggests that subclinical RV dysfunction may cause exercise-induced dyspnea in compensated subjects with PAH.
Treating patients with methamphetamine-associated PAH presents unique challenges including the pros and cons of placing venous access ports.
Early diagnosis of subtle brain damage in persons with hypertension has been elusive. Refined imaging technology may change that.
In a new study, increased waist-to-hip ratio was shown to have a significant link to risk of death in heart failure.
Does caffeine increase or decrease the risk of new onset AF? Find out with our T/F quiz on results of a new meta-analysis.
Patient history includes right heart failure due to sinus venosus defect with anomalous right pulmonary venous return; surgical repair performed ca 2006.
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?