Monday, November 28, 2011

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This week: Should you have your CRP measured? And: Beta blockers in cardiovascular disease.

Beta Blockers Used In Cardiovascular Disease
Beta blockers are among the most common drugs used in cardiac and vascular disease - and they have several non-cardiac uses as well. This article summarizes the commonly-used beta blockers, and... Read more

Should You Have Your CRP Measured?
Elevated blood levels of C reactive protein - CRP - is now a well-established risk factor for cardiovascular disease. But how much does it add to risk assessment? ... Read more

More Bad News For Multaq
Multaq (dronedarone) is the latest antiarrhythmic drug approved for the treatment of atrial fibrillation.  Multaq, unfortunately, was shown to be only moderately effective in controlling atrial fibrillation - only marginally... Read more

What is a heart healthy diet - low fat, or low carbs?
Here are articles dealing with the raging controversy over what constitutes a "heart healthy diet" - low fats, low carbs, or something else?


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