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10 Jan 2018
Shared decision support with the use of standardized decision aids improves decision quality and reduces implantation of left ventricular assist device as destination therapy (DT-LVAD) in patients with advanced heart failure.
21 Dec 2017
Physicians’ practice patterns in managing hypertension, and their awareness of blood pressure variability, were reported in a recent study in Singapore. We discussed some of the clinical practice gaps identified by this study with author, A/Prof. Teo Boon Wee.
10 Jan 2018

A new batch of apolipoprotein B (apoB)-lowering drugs that capitalize on statins’ ability to lower lipids will further benefit patients at high cardiovascular (CV) risk who need to be treated more aggressively.

Pearl Toh, 15 Dec 2017
Blood pressure (BP) readings appeared to be similar regardless of whether BP measurements were attended or unattended by staff, nor were CV outcomes different between the two techniques, according to a post hoc survey on participants following the SPRINT* trial.