All Online

1 - 7 of 7 results

Refine

Active filters

Hypercholesterolemia
1 CME CREDIT

Practice-changing updates to the medical literature that are hot off the presses! Join Dr. Pam Kushner to discuss important changes in the 2021 ADA guidelines and examine recently published research on atrial fibrillation, lipids, reducing cardiovascular risk, coconut oil, patient communication, and much more!


1.25 CME CREDITS

National lipid expert faculty will discuss the incidence of and diagnostic criteria for statin intolerance, explain the mechanistic rationale for lowering LDL-C through nonstatin therapies, explore novel targets and treatment pathways, and apply the 2018 AHA/ACC Cardiology Cholesterol Guidelines. Learners will have gain practical clinical perspectives during expert case study discussions, including how new treatment options may fit into the current therapeutic landscape.


ember spark background
1 CME CREDIT

Practice-changing updates to the medical literature that are hot off the presses! Join Dr. Pam Kushner to discuss important changes in the 2021 ADA guidelines and examine recently published research on atrial fibrillation, lipids, reducing cardiovascular risk, coconut oil, patient communication, and much more!


1 CME CREDIT

In this virtual, case-based medical education program held during CardiologyNOW 2021, expert faculty will get to the heart of the matter by discussing how to identify patients who are still at risk for cardiovascular events and may benefit from additional treatment despite management of other risk factors.


0.5 CME CREDIT

Hypercholesteremia is highly prevalent in the U.S. and strongly associated with cardiovascular morbidity and mortality. Yet, only about 55% of U.S. adults appropriate for cholesterol lowering therapy are currently taking it. What do primary care providers need to know to improve the care of the many individuals with hypercholesterolemia that you see daily in clinical practice? Join Dr. Ty Gluckman in this webcast to find out.


0.5 CME CREDIT

Hypercholesteremia is highly prevalent in the U.S. and strongly associated with cardiovascular morbidity and mortality. Yet, only about 55% of U.S. adults appropriate for cholesterol lowering therapy are currently taking it. What do primary care providers need to know to improve the care of the many individuals with hypercholesterolemia that you see daily in clinical practice? Join Dr. Ty Gluckman for part 2 of this webcast series to find out.


blue x-ray of heart illuminating bright orange
1 CME CREDIT

Refresh your skills in managing common cardiovascular conditions in your primary care patient population during this session. Cardiology specialist Ty Gluckman, MD, will review important updates and considerations for managing your patients with hypertension, hypercholesterolemia and heart failure.