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Join Dr. Spyropoulos and earn 1.0 Contact Hours learning about the criteria and results from the HEP-COVID Trial that was published in JAMA in October 2021. Dr. Spyropoulos explains the mechanism of action and monitoring of DOACs versus alternate anticoagulant options and the pros and cons of each. Leave with the next steps to incorporate…Learn More
Improving Confidence and Competence Through Universal Design Join speaker Lindsey Mullis, M.S., and earn 1.0 CE credit, as she discusses how to apply disability awareness and etiquette in your clinical setting. Learn about Universal Design and its implications for the successful integration of individuals with disabilities. By the end of this session, you will be…Learn More
Learn from Dr. Handberg about the secondary prevention guidelines and treatments for risk reduction in patients with acute coronary syndrome. Understand the importance of a team-based approach to manage the transition of care of ACS patients out of the hospital and into the home to ensure guideline-directed care.Learn More
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September is Atrial Fibrillation Awareness Month, and it is likely no surprise to cardiovascular clinicians that the incidence of atrial fibrillation (AFib) continues to escalate. The prevalence has increased threefold in the previous 50 years,[i] and in 2014, lifetime estimates were 1 in 3 white individuals and 1 in 5 Black individuals.[ii] By 2050, the…Read More
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in the United States, nearly half of the adult population (47% or 116 million) have high blood pressure. This disease, also called hypertension, is among the leading causes of death in the country. High blood pressure is also an economic burden, annually costing the nation…Read More
Thank you to Elizabeth Moxley, PhD, RN, BS for this article on physical activity and exercise prescription. What is the ideal exercise prescription? It is well established that exercise improves cardiovascular and all-cause mortality, although an ideal exercise dose is unknown.1-2 What is known, and perhaps most concerning, is that physical inactivity has increased3-4 in…Read More
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