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Scientific highlights: 2014 Asia Pacific cardiology symposium up close

PART OF Manage Hypertension Online FEATURE
Scientific highlights: 2014 Asia Pacific cardiology symposium up close
  • Cardiometabolic
  • Hypertension

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Pharmacological treatment of hypertension
Clinical case review
Hypertension in diabetes
Hypertension in special populations
Sympathetic nervous system and hypertension
Hypertension and the sympathetic nervous system
Heart rate targets
Target heart rate
Hypertension and atrial fibrillation
Atrial fibrillation and hypertension
coronary artery disease
heart failure
Cardiometabolic diseases in Asia-Pacific region

A comprehensive report on presentations at EXCEMED's 2014 Asia Pacific cardiology symposium is now available online. It is the first issue of Cardiometabolic News - an opportunity to really explore debates at the symposium in an easy to read format, summarising all the key points from recent guidelines on hypertension to hypertension in special populations and new treatments to control heart rate.

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This is a copyrighted resource for the sole purpose of education. Resource may be used for classroom training only and must remain as is, including the branding and EXCEMED logo. It is backed by a publishing license, signed by the author.

Target audience
Cardiologists, internists, Healthcare professionals
by Excemed

Manage Hypertension Online

The Manage hypertension online website aims to help healthcare professionals to reduce the impact of this widespread disease on peoples’ lives and on healthcare systems. It addresses the full range of educational needs of all of those working in the field of hypertension and cardiovascular diseases, including general practitioners (GPs) and specialists, and will be of interest to cardiologists, endocrinologists, internists and many others.