Cardiovascular Disease Resource Center

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Heart Failure Up in IBD Flares

Patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) may be at an increased risk of adverse cardiovascular events.

Stroke Signs Post-Cardiac Surgery

The strongest predictors of stroke up to two years postoperatively include advanced age, history of stroke, and peripheral vascular disease.

Baxter Recalls Several Injections

Baxter announced a voluntary recall due to particulate matter found in the injection solutions, identified as cellulosic fibers and/or plastics.

Boehringer's Pradaxa and BMJ

Boehringer Ingelheim has issued a statement regarding a recent article published in BMJ on the use of Pradaxa.

Tyvaso Therapy Devices Recalled

Voluntary recall of the medical devices Tyvaso Inhalation Systems with Optineb ON-100/7 and TD-100/A due to incorrect software programming issued.

Dyslipidemia Drug Indications

Review this chart on 'Dyslipidemia Drug Indications' for quick information when you need it.

New Drug Product: Orenitram

Pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) (WHO Group 1) in patients with WHO functional Class II–III symptoms, to improve exercise capacity.

Systolic BP and CV Events

Having elevated systolic blood pressure (SBP) can increase the possibility of cardiovascular events, but does decreasing the SBP <120mmHg reduce that risk?


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