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Join Professor John McMurray as he highlights some of the must-see sessions at the upcoming ESC Congress 2024 in London. Do not miss out on this unique opportunity to advance your knowledge and network with leading experts in cardiology.
Watch Terry McCormack and Peter Green discuss the national guidelines for primary and secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease (CVD), risk assessment and recommended lipid targets for CVD, and the availability of smart open-access data tools that can reduce health inequalities and improve treatment outcomes for your patients.
COVID-19, and specifically long COVID, is associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease. Listen as Professor Banerjee describes his work in this area, especially the STIMULATE-ICP trial, which looks at long COVID’s physiological and social impact. Find out about what the NHS is doing to tackle COVID-19 and its associated cardiovascular and metabolic abnormalities.
Watch this informative video short, featuring Chim Lang and Su-Lee Xiao as they briefly discuss the history of digoxin and explore its continued use today. Learn more about the role that digoxin has in modern management of heart failure in the elderly and things to keep in mind when treating high-risk patients.
Heart failure prevalence is increasing in the UK, requiring long-term strategies. Join Lisa Anderson and Janine Hogan from the British Society for Heart Failure to see how a new initiative – 25in25 – aims to tackle this challenge.
Medical technology is rapidly evolving, leading to numerous innovations in healthcare. One such development is the introduction of virtual wards. Join Niall Keenan (West Hertfordshire Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust) as he provides an insight into the benefit of virtual wards. Niall also discusses promising advancements in technology, how virtual wards were implemented locally and what developments we can expect in the future.

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