A review of the key aspects of screening, diagnosis and treatment of patients with portopulmonary hypertension and the various pulmonary hemodynamic patterns encountered in patients with liver disease.
The novel aldosterone synthase inhibitor yielded particularly robust blood pressure reduction in trial participants with obesity.
A recent study explored the clinical implications of hypertension on outcomes in head and neck free tissue transfer.
Because of complications related to diagnosis and management of subclinical Cushing’s syndrome, close monitoring of patients is essential.
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Current screening strategies for primary aldosteronism may be missing many patients who have the disease. This commentary reviews the current understanding of primary aldosteronism and proposes a new approach to optimize case detection.
Findings from a new Cleveland Clinic-led study show that intensifying hypertensive treatment in an inpatient setting may do more harm than good.
The technology is available to empower patients to monitor their blood pressure at home. The main limiting factor is how well monitoring devices are integrated into your practice and workflow.
We’re using our ambulatory blood pressure monitoring program to assess the prevalence of masked hypertension in cardiac rehab patients and potentially improve hypertension control in people with aortic dissection.
Cleveland Clinic’s Department of Nephrology and Hypertension, within the Glickman Urological and Kidney Institute, receives prestigious designation from the American Heart Association.
Here’s a primer on how to ensure the most accurate blood pressure readings, from two noted nephrologists.