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author By Prof. G Rosano calander 25 October 2021
Cardiovascular disease remains the number one cause of death and disability around the globe.
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calanderBy Prof. G Rosanocalander20 September 2021
IN THE LITERATURE THIS WEEK

Patient profiling in heart failure for tailoring medical therapy. The patients with HF and IHD / Angina.

The Heart failure association of the European society of cardiology recently published new guidelines for patients with heart failure as well as a consensus document on patients profiling. A very relevant question for clinical practice is how to implement therapies according to the profiles of the patients. Some have heart failure and ischemic heart disease/angina. Prof Rosano, UK shares some recent information.

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calanderBy Prof. Fausto Pintocalander5 September 2021
Prof. Fausto Pinto; Comment on a recent study published in the EHJ (European Heart Journal) by Navarese and colleagues

During the HFA conference in Florence, Italy, Prof. Fausto Pinto (Head of the cardiology department at the University Hospital in Lisbon, past president of the ESC and president of the World Heart Federation) commented on a recent study published in the EHJ (European Heart Journal) by Navarese and colleagues. This systematic review and meta-analysis compared the differences between 2 strategies in managing stable patients with coronary artery disease: elective coronary revascularization plus medical therapy over medical therapy alone and the results are quite interesting.

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calanderBy Prof. C Rosanocalander8 July 2021
PATIENTS WITH HEART FAILURE AND ISCHEMIC HEART DISEASE

Prof Rosano from Florence during HFA conference 2021.During the Heart Failure 2021 & World Congress on Acute Heart Failure held in Florence from 29 June to 1st July 2021, Prof Rosano discusses recommendations for patients with heart failure and ischemic heart disease.

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calanderBy admincalander9 April 2021
Angina pectoris: what should patients know

Anginal pain is the alarm system of the heart. Prof Vinereanu, Romania provides a reminder about angina pectoris and what all patients should know. He focuses on the patients journey, and the important role of lifestyle interventions

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calanderBy Prof. M Abdelhamidcalander22 February 2021
Management of Angina in Egypt

Prof Magdy Abdelhamid, Cairo, Egypt, explains why the Angina Updates initiative is so relevant for clinicians and patients in Egypt. Angina and Coronary Artery Disease are very prevalent in connection with the obesity pandemic, and the discussion around risks assessments and symptoms management is critical.

Prof Magdy Abdelhamid, Cairo, Egypt, explains why the Angina Updates initiative is so relevant for clinicians and patients in Egypt. Angina and Coronary Artery Disease are very prevalent in connection with the obesity pandemic, and the discussion around risks assessments and symptoms management is critical.

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calanderBy Prof. G Rosanocalander3 February 2021
Welcome to the Angina Updates Initiative

Prof. Rosano, chair of the Angina Updates initiative explains why this is an important educational project that will meet the needs of clinicians worldwide and contribute to better patient care.

Prof. Rosano, chair of the Angina Updates initiative explains why this is an important educational project that will meet the needs of clinicians worldwide and contribute to better patient care.

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calanderBy Prof. G Rosanocalander2 February 2021
New insight for the treatment of patients with CCS

Prof. Rosano, chair of the Angina Updates initiative explains why this is an important educational project that will meet the needs of clinicians worldwide and contribute to better patient care.

Prof. Rosano, chair of the Angina Updates initiative explains why this is an important educational project that will meet the needs of clinicians worldwide and contribute to better patient care.

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calanderBy Prof. G Rosanocalander2 February 2021
The 2019 guidelines of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC)

Prof. Rosano, chair of the Angina Updates initiative explains why this is an important educational project that will meet the needs of clinicians worldwide and contribute to better patient care.

Prof. Rosano, chair of the Angina Updates initiative explains why this is an important educational project that will meet the needs of clinicians worldwide and contribute to better patient care.

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calanderBy Prof. G Rosanocalander28 January 2021
New insight from the 2019 ESC Guideline of the management of the CCS    

Lifestyle modification

These lifestyle interventions can significantly decrease cardiovascular mortality and the risk of recurrent cardiac events.

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calanderBy Prof. G Rosanocalander28 January 2021
New insight for the treatment of patients with CCS           

Diagnostic techniques

Cardiovascular disease remains the number one cause of death and disability around the globe.