Cardiology_Hypertension

Optic neuropathy diagnosed via hypertension
Optic neuropathy diagnosed via hypertensionAnterior ischemic optic neuropathy (AION) was first described in 1974. It results from non-perfusion of the posterior ciliary blood supply to the optic nerve head.
5 things to know about cholesterol-lowering PCSK9 inhibitorsThis summer, the first two drugs in the new class of cholesterol-lowering medications, known as PCSK9 inhibitors, are expected to be approved by the FDA. If approved, PCSK9 inhibitors will change how chronic conditions are treated.
Managing patients with hypertension: Tips and strategies to improve the care you provide your hypertensive patientsHypertension needs to be managed quickly and carefully for patients to avoid health problems
Hypertension: Key coding considerationsHere are some key coding considerations when working with patients with hypertension and hypertension related symptoms.
Statins Maybe Not a Wonder Drug for ParkinsonStatins may be a wonder drug for lowering cholesterol and preventing heart and cardiovascular disease, leading some physicians and patients to think they’re a cure-all.