EPCCS 2019 Monika Hollander asks Peter van der Meer how comorbidities like renal dysfunction and cancer treatment affects management of patients with HF: what is known about treatment in patients with these comorbidities?
EPCCS 2019 Professor Peter van der Meer & Monika Hollander consider new recommendations in the latest ESC Guidelines on diagnosis and treatment of patients with HF, and the role GPs may play in this process.
EPCCS 2019 Profs Khunti and Hobbs discuss why CV risk needs attention in patients with diabetes, and how this can be mitigated. They also consider barriers that prevent optimal implementation of the evidence on effective management strategies.
EPCCS 2019 Dr. Machácová and prof. Hobbs discuss steps of management of patients with atrial fibrillation, from identification to treatment to lower the associated stroke risk, including best practice when optimal options are unavailable.
EPCCS 2019 Read impressions of the updates on stroke prevention in AF, hypertension, HF and CV risk in diabetes, with emphasis on challenges faced in patients with multimorbidities.
Profs. McManus and Hobbs consider the latest recommendations and insights on how to diagnose elevated blood pressure and when to initiate treatment.
EPCCS 2019 Dr. Rodrigues zooms in on an individual patient case to illustrate the complexity of management of patients with multimorbidity and polypharmacy.
EPCCS 2019 Read an impression of the presentation of prof. Van der Meer, on the latest recommendations on management of HF, including important aspects to consider in patients with comorbidities.
EPCCS 2019 Slides prepared and presented by prof. Richard Hobbs (Oxford, United Kingdom), here offered as an educational service.
EPCCS 2019 Slides prepared and presented by prof. Kamlesh Khunti (Leicester, UK) here offered as an educational service.
EPCCS 2019 Slides prepared and presented by prof. Peter van der Meer (Groningen, The Netherlands), here offered as an educational service.
EPCCS 2019 Slides prepared and presented by prof. Richard McManus - Oxford, UK, here offered as an educational service.