In this speaker session filmed at Guidelines Live 2022, Alison Warren discusses pharmacological treatments for secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease, including dose optimisation, review, effective use of remote consultations, and how quality improvement initiatives may help improve patient care.
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View our selection of Guidelines summaries at medscape.co.uk/guidelines, and read these Guidelines in Practice expert articles:
- Tailor Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes to Improve Cardiovascular Outcomes
- Erectile Dysfunction is an Important Marker For Cardiovascular Disease.
View our Guidelines Live 2022 special companion editions of Guidelines and Guidelines in Practice, produced to provide further information on sessions covered in the main agenda.
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Primary Care Cardiovascular SocietyThis Guidelines Live session was supported by the Primary Care Cardiovascular Society (PCCS). The PCCS is a multidisciplinary society reflecting the ideas and opinions of primary care healthcare professionals throughout the UK involved in managing cardiovascular patient care and improving cardiovascular health. Representing primary care cardiovascular health needs at policy level, the PCCS supports the development of primary health care professionals in cardiovascular medicine and facilitates and leads primary care cardiovascular research.