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A World Under Pressure: The Growing Burden of Hypertension

February 10, 2020

The global burden of hypertension was estimated at approximately 1.4 billion in 2010, and is projected to exceed 1.6 billion by 2025.1,2 Noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), which include hypertension, caused 40.5 million or 71% of the 56.9 million deaths that occurred globally in 2016.3 The consequences of uncontrolled hypertension include cardiovascular disease, renal disease, morbidity, disability, and…

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Sex Differences in Heart Failure at the 2020 Cardiovascular Nursing Symposium

February 6, 2020

The thought-provoking topic, Sex Differences in the Prevention and Management of Heart Failure, will be addressed by Dr. Mariell Jessup. She’ll discuss the differences in heart failure prevalence, treatments, and outcomes in women and men, as well as highlight emerging areas of research. As an internationally renowned thought leader in heart failure research, prevention, and…

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Take our Survey on Innovative Medicines

January 28, 2020

Two years ago, PCNA engaged in a campaign to raise awareness about access to innovative cardiovascular medicines including PCSK9s, NOACs, and new heart failure therapies. We wish to know how this issue is currently impacting your practice and the lives of your patients. We’ll be attending a stakeholder summit in Washington DC in March and…

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