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Achieving Hypertension Control Has related author video

Poorly controlled hypertension in Black patients can partially be attributed to racial differences and social determinants of health defined as “patient-related health barriers.” [Watch video]

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Artificial Intelligence and the Preventive Medicine Visit

Promoting positive lifestyle changes using an artificial intelligence enhanced electrocardiogram algorithm that closely predicts chronologic age, AI-ECG age, and predicts long-term survival.

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Exercise Capacity and Mortality Prediction Has related author video

A predictive model for survival of coronary artery disease using the application of machine learning techniques outperforms features commonly used in cardiovascular medicine. [Watch video]

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Arteriovenous Fistula Bleeding

Skin thinning and ulcertaion are signs of aneurysmal degeneration of segments of the outflow vein, which should be treated expeditiously with endoaneurysmorrhaphy and reconstruction.

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Dr Karl Nath discusses the Editor's Choice and Highlighted articles in the August 2022 issue.

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Author Interviews

Dr Richard Milani finds 3 health barriers — financial stress, patient activation, and health literacy — to be the key drivers for disparity in managing hypertension in diverse populations.

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MCP Pioneers and Legends

Dr Vesna Garovic, Section Editor for Women's Health and Medicine of Sex Differences, facilitates a conversation with Dr Nanette Wenger, a distinguished professor from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Nanette Wenger: History of Cardiology at Emory and Grady


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