Hypertension is recognized as the most important risk factor for heart failure with preserved ejection fraction. Please, treat to target!
Gregory W. Rutecki, MD
Hydralazine has one--and only one--robust evidence-based indication, this author says. So why is it still prescribed beyond that?
Early diagnosis of subtle brain damage in persons with hypertension has been elusive. Refined imaging technology may change that.
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?
More potent than hydrochlorothiazide to treat hypertension, this non-thiazide diuretic deserves a closer look.
Chlorthalidone is one of the "Rodney Dangerfield" diuretics in the treatment of hypertension. That needs to change.
Attention to a few easily obtained details can prevent serious sequelae in patients with T2 diabetes complicated by cardiovascular and renal disease.
Quiz: Are you current on early evidence that suggests hypertension is a risk factor for Alzheimer disease and other dementias? .
When both heart and kidney succumb to hypertensive damage, results are often devastating. Pickering syndrome is a case in point.