Cardiovascular Health

The Pharmacy Times® Cardiovascular Health resource center provides clinical news and articles, information about upcoming conferences and meetings, updated clinical trial listings, and other resources.

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Understanding risk factors and treatments for irregular heart rhythms may be especially important during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Conduct proper review and evaluation of ARV and DOAC pharmacokinetics and metabolism prior to recommending treatment.
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Pharmacy Times® spoke with Jenine Abuzir, PharmD candidate at Chicago College of Pharmacy at Midwestern University, about her experience teaching in the Women’s Health elective during pharmacy school.
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Researchers found the largest decreases for heart attack risk among women, which may be because of greater attention paid to women’s heart health in recent decades.
 
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A new study found that hypertension is a common comorbidity in patients with COVID-19. 
 
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Researchers found that although the number of Medicare beneficiaries increased between 2014 and 2018, total costs decreased.
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Mindfulness training may hold the key to reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease, which is rapidly becoming the leading cause of death worldwide. 

 
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Individuals with a higher risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) demonstrate an increase in cognitive decline, including a rise in the typical markers of Alzheimer disease, according to the results of a recent study.
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Mailing educational materials to patients with atrial fibrillation and their clinicians did not increase the use of stroke prevention drugs. 
 
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Patients reported their likeness of having support from a trusted health care professional, rapid feedback, and adjustments to their treatment with someone to be accountable to, according to the study authors.