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Practice Guideline Track on Arterial Hypertension 2018

Guidelines into Practice

Chronic Nursing Care
Treatment
Prevention
Hypertension
Clinical
Pathophysiology and Mechanisms
Risk Factors and Prevention
Epidemiology, Prognosis, Outcome
Diagnostic Methods


Contributor: Special thanks to Dr Wilko Spiering.

Based on the 2018 ESC/ESH Guidelines for the Management of Arterial Hypertension.

Overview of the Guideline

Session Slides Webcast
Classification of blood pressure and blood pressure measurement for the diagnosis of hypertension    
Clinical evaluation of the hypertensive patient, assessment of hypertension-mediated organ damage and cardiovascular disease risk stratification.    
Blood pressure treatment thresholds and treatment targets    
Hypertension treatment – Lifestyle interventions, drug treatment strategies and role of device-base therapy    
Hypertension treatment strategies in specific circumstances    
Summary of what’s new in this hypertension guideline and gaps in the evidence    

Clinical Presentation

 

Topics Session title Slides Webcasts
hypertension Everybody with a blood pressure above 130/80 is hypertensive - PRO    
hypertension Everybody with a blood pressure above 130/80 is hypertensive - CON    
hypertension Office blood pressure measurement: automated, attended or unattended - still sufficient?    
hypertension Home blood pressure measurement and the potential role for telemedicine    
hypertension Ambulatory blood pressure - The gold standard for diagnosis and monitoring blood pressure control?    
coronary artery disease, acute coronary syndromes, acute cardiac care Target organ damage: from pathophysiology to clinical practice    
hypertension Adrenal causes of hypertension    
hypertension Renovascular causes of hypertension    
hypertension Frequently forgotten causes of secondary hypertension    
hypertension Hypertension: when to start treatment and how low to go    
hypertension Older patients should have their blood pressure lowered to below 130/80mmHg - PRO    
hypertension Older patients should have their blood pressure lowered to below 130/80mmHg - CON    
  The latest thinking in hypertension drug treatment strategy    
hypertension Detecting and treating non-adherence to blood pressure lowering medication    
hypertension Managing difficult-to-control hypertension    
hypertension Device-based therapy in hypertension - State of the Art    
hypertension Blood pressure lowering in the elderly    
hypertension Blood pressure lowering in patients with chronic kidney disease    
hypertension Management of accelerated hypertension