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Consensus document advises treating hypertension in those age 80 or older

Major medical organizations last week released an expert consensus document to help clinicians manage older patients with or at risk for hypertension.
3 May 2011

Meeting baby boomers' high expectations

Baby boomers may seek a level of health care that isn't always realistic. Learn how to address their needs while carefully transitioning them into their golden years.
1 Jul 2012

New performance measures released for in- and outpatient heart failure care

Updated heart failure performance measures, released last week by three major medical groups, include expanded use for beta-blockers in the inpatient setting. The new measures, which appear online at Circulation, include changes to inpatient and outpatient care.
1 May 2012

CMS demo aims to help seniors stay healthy, independent

CMS is partnering with private companies to address multiple health risk factors that contribute to senior's chronic diseases.
1 Oct 2008

Updated guideline released on PAD diagnosis and management

An updated guideline on diagnosis and management of peripheral artery disease was released last week by the American College of Cardiology Foundation and the American Heart Association, in conjunction with several other medical organizations.
4 Oct 2011

PAD performance measures set to improve diagnosis, treatment

PAD performance measures set to improve diagnosis, treatment
7 Dec 2010

What's new in other College publications

ACP Hospitalist, ACPNet, ACP Press, Annals of Internal Medicine, and others.
1 Apr 2009

Preventive aspirin reasonable for diabetics at high risk, not low

Preventive aspirin reasonable for diabetics at high risk, not lowEducation effort increased thiazide use
8 Jun 2010

Smoking associated with PAD in women, even decades after stopping

Smoking significantly increased the risk for symptomatic peripheral artery disease in women in a dose-dependent manner. While quitting reduces risk, it remains elevated compared with women who never smoked.
7 Jun 2011

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