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October 2019

ESC 2019 highlights – Lipids and lifestyle: the PURE study

Professor Raul Santos

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Results from the ongoing PURE study, a prospective, epidemiological study in over 200,000 people in 27 countries, were presented at the Congress They show, for the first time, that cardiovascular disease is no longer the leading cause of death in high-income countries but is still very high in medium- and low-income countries. Professor Raul Santos (President of the International Atherosclerosis Society; director of the Lipid Clinic at the Heart Institute (InCor); Associate Professor of the University of São Paulo Medical School, and Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein in São Paulo, Brazil) discusses some of the study insights.

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December 2018

Cardiorenal Forum 2018 – Interactive clinical cases: Anticoagulation and CKD

Charles Ferro

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Interactive clinical cases are a popular session at the Cardiorenal Forum Annual Scientific Meeting. We are pleased to bring you this interactive case on anticoagulation and chronic kidney disease from this year’s meeting, held in London on 5th October 2018. The case was presented by Consultant Nephrologist, Dr Charles Ferro (University Hospitals, Birmingham)

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December 2018

Cardiorenal Forum 2018 – Interactive clinical cases in cardiorenal disease: Iron deficiency

Paul WX Foley

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Interactive clinical cases are a popular session at the Cardiorenal Forum Annual Scientific Meeting. We are pleased to bring you this interactive case on iron deficiency from this year’s meeting, held in London on 5th October 2018. The case was presented by Consultant Cardiologist Dr Paul WX Foley (Great Western Hospital, Swindon)

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December 2018

Cardiorenal Forum 2018 – Interactive clinical cases in cardiorenal disease: Atypical haemolytic uraemic syndrome

Neil Sheerin

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Interactive clinical cases are a popular session at the Cardiorenal Forum Annual Scientific Meeting. We are pleased to bring you this interactive case on atypical haemolytic uraemic syndrome from this year’s meeting, held in London on 5th October 2018. The case was presented by Neil Sheerin, Professor of Nephrology (Newcastle University).

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June 2018

Electrolytes module 1: potassium and the heart

Professor Philip Kalra, Dr Jillian Riley, Professor Mike Shattock, Dr Cynthia Smith

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Potassium plays a key role in the heart, kidney and gut. In our podcast, we talk to several healthcare professionals to find out why potassium is so important in health and disease, covering all aspects from the ‘bench to bedside’. This podcast is available for CPD points.

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December 2017

Hyperkalaemia: who gets it, how frequent is it, what do I do and does it matter?

Professor David Wheeler, Dr Colin Doig

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We are pleased to bring you a podcast from this year’s Cardiorenal Forum Annual Scientific Meeting, held in London on 13th October 2017. A highlight of the day’s proceedings included a lively and informative debate on hyperkalaemia – where abnormally high potassium levels are a major concern for many clinicians, particularrly nephrologists and cardiologists. The fear of causing hyperkaleamia is depriving many thousands of patients of appropriate treatment.

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