Dr. Ehrlich reviews the evidence of 3 recent studies that evaluate the risk of fracking and health outcomes in infants, management of hypertension in pregnancy, and cardiac risk of eye surgery.
Lowest CVD risk seen for those who combined a DASH-style diet with lowest frequency of adding salt to food.
Findings seen vs nonsurgical care among individuals with severe obesity and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.
Ratio had better performance for predicting preeclampsia with severe features than standard clinical measures.
Primary care providers are the frontline in the prompt identification of potential blood culture-negative endocarditis cases.
Shared decision-making involving patient and multidisciplinary aortic team encouraged to determine optimal therapies.
Researchers investigated the associations between artificial sweeteners from all dietary sources and the risk for cardiovascular diseases.
Lower county food insecurity percentage, higher county food environment index linked to lower heart failure mortality rate.
Methamphetamine, cocaine, opiate, and cannabis exposure each associated with increased incidence of AF.
Data from the large-scale SWAN study suggest a rethinking of HDL as beneficial cholesterol for women in menopause.
In addition to worsening asthma, other respiratory disorders, and heart conditions, exposure to wildfire smoke can also compromise immunity in healthy individuals.
Significant link seen for ADHD with risk for any CVD, especially cardiac arrest, hemorrhagic stroke, peripheral vascular disease/arteriosclerosis.
Investigators conducted a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials on the effect of SGLT-2 inhibitors on patients with HFpEF.
Quality improvement effort to decrease unnecessary aspirin use tied to decrease in major bleeding without increase in thrombotic events
Hypertension is one of the top cardiovascular-related diagnoses seen in the emergency department
Researchers sought to determine the relationship between SARS-CoV-2 infection, COVID-19 vaccination, and risk for myocarditis in younger patients.
A 31-year-old woman with no significant medical history presents with intermittent heart palpitations, dizziness, shortness of breath, and fatigue provoked by exercise. Can you make the diagnosis?
A committee of nephrologists and cardiologists developed 6 recommendations to improve hyperkalemia management.
A review of the results of the Pathways Heart Study, which sought to identify the link between a history of breast cancer treatment and cardiovascular risks in women.
Author describes symptoms of life threatening illness that might be mistaken for a normal part of the aging process in older patients.