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AHA: High Sodium Plus Low Potassium Equals Increased CV Risk

Multiple 24-hour urine samples plot a linear trend It’s hardly news that excess salt consumption is a driver of hypertension and a major contributor to cardiovascular mortality, yet it is a message that remains a hard sell...

ACC: Analyses Find SGLT2i Therapy Effective But Underutilized

Current guidelines strongly recommend use of the therapy for cardiology, diabetes patients In a series of presentations at ACC.21, the virtual meeting of the American College of Cardiology, researchers delivered data to confirm...

Anticoagulants Common in Afib Patients at End of Life

No clear standard for stopping treatment Nearly a third of nursing home residents with atrial fibrillation and advanced dementia received an anticoagulant drug in the last six months of life, a cross-sectional study showed.Among...

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