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Cardiovascular Disease Prevention in Clinical Practice

Pocket Guidelines

Primary care
Prevention
Cardiovascular Nursing
Dyslipidemia

Publication Date: 2016

Chairperson: Massimo Piepoli (Chairperson) & Arno Hoes W Hoes (co-Chairperson)



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Table of Contents
These pocket guidelines on CVD prevention in clinical practice give answers to important and common questions:

  1. What is cardiovascular disease prevention?
  2. Who will benefit from prevention? When and how to assess risk and prioritize
  3. a. How to intervene at the individual level: risk factor intervention
    b. How to intervene at the individual level: disease specific intervention. Atrial fibrillation, coronary artery disease, chronic  heart failure, cerebrovascular disease, peripheral artery disease (web addenda)
    c. How to intervene at the population level
  4. a. Where to intervene at the individual level
    b. Where to intervene at the population level