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Guidelines in Practice
Guidelines in Practice: cardiovascular prevention, what are the take-home messages for the general practitioner?
Exercise in heart failure patients with cardiac devices: what you need to knowHow to prescribe exercise for people with valvular heart disease or hypertensionWomen, dyslipidaemia and atherosclerosis: what is different?
Physical inactivity and exerciseExercise Testing Cardiopulmonary exercise testing: key method in cardiac rehabilitationCardiovascular Rehabilitation Mr. and Mrs. know it all: let’s test your knowledge in prevention
Great Debate: should we still target triglycerides to decrease cardiovascular risk?
Clinical trial updates on prevention and lipid loweringLate-breaking science on risk in special populations
Meet the Experts
Meet the Experts: artificial intelligence to improve cardiovascular risk assessment, treatment, and adherenceMeet the Experts: cardiovascular care in complex elderly patients
What's new in lipid lowering?How does lifestyle and environment affect our cardiovascular health?A journey through the athlete’s heart: from screening to imaging to electrical
Advances in Science
Prediction and management of cardiovascular risk for patients with cancer
Pregnancy and cardiovascular diseaseRare cardiac diseaseCases of pharmacological complications
New ESC Guidelines
2023 ESC Guidelines for the Management of Cardiovascular Disease in Patients with Diabetes2023 ESC Guidelines for the Management of Cardiovascular Disease in Patients with Diabetes: Ask the Guidelines Task Force
Official Joint Sessions
Targeting the spectrum of atherogenic lipoproteins: what to do and how to do itGlobal burden of cardiovascular disease and risks: what should European cardiovascular clinicians do?Heart and brain interactions
How to provide a personalised exercise prescription for a patient with heart failureFrom risk factor management to treatment optimisation in patients with cardiac disease
Hot Line 1: COP-AF - Colchicine for the prevention of perioperative atrial fibrillation after major thoracic surgeryHot Line 8: RED-CVD: Improving early diagnosis of cardiovascular disease in patients with type 2 diabetes and COPD
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