Drugs that improve blood pressure may have negative effects on a wide range of common comorbidities.
How many US adults are considered eligible for SPB equal to/less than 120 mm Hg? What about those who aren't?
Patient has a history of hypertension; symptoms present x1 day; what's your read of the ECG?
The most common cause of hypomagnesemia is a diuretic; it may be present even when potassium level is normal.
Will more aggressive BP control reduce the risk of CV outcomes? Finally, some answers.
Resistant hypertension? A hypertensive emergency? Select your strategy and then find out if the evidence supports it.
The practice of CVD risk estimation shifted radically in 2013. The ACC-AHA app helps you connect the new dots.
Our cardiologist blogger highlights PARTNER-2, HOPE-3, and sessions on women in cardiology at ACC.16.
Researchers presented several new findings about statins and non-statins at ACC.16. This brief roundup summarizes these and other noteworthy reports.
Highlights of four recent studies in hypertension, heart failure, preeclampsia expose vulnerable populations.