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ECR Newsletter 5

Dear Colleague,

February's ECR newsletter provides access to recently published review articles related to the clinical area of Hypertension. They include a paper looking at the role of Renal Denervation after the Symplicity HTN-3 trial by a group of experts led by Alexandre Persu (Brussels, BE), a review of Hypertension in CKD patients by Gregoire Wuerzner et al. (Lausanne, CH) and Renata Cifkova (Prague, CZ) providing an overview of Antiplatelet and Lipid-Lowering Drug Use in Hypertension.

We hope that you find this content useful for your professional development.


Juan Carlos Kaski
Editor-in-Chief, ECR

Renal Denervation After Symplicity HTN-3 - Back To Basics. Review Of The Evidence
European Cardiology Review, 2014;9(2):110-14
Alexandre Persu, Fadl Elmula M Fadl Elmula, Yu Jin, Ingrid Os, Sverre E Kjeldsen, Jan A Staessen
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Hypertension In Chronic Kidney Disease - Role Of Arterial Calcification And Impact On Treatment
European Cardiology Review, 2014;9(2):115-20
Olivier Phan, Michel Burnier, Grégoire Wuerzner
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Antiplatelet And Lipid-Lowering Drugs In Hypertension
European Cardiology Review, 2014;9(1):16-20
Renata Cífková
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Hyperlipidaemia Section
Hyperlipidaemia Section

Due to the exciting developments emerging in the area of Hyperlipidaemia, Radcliffe Cardiology has launched specific section within our website on this topical area of cardiology. The section will serve as an educational repository for all hyperlipidaemia content published across our journal portfolio, the pick of original manuscripts and guidelines published in the top-tier primary journals and host intuitive multimedia outputs for your engagement.

This section will be continually updated and can be visited at www.radcliffecardiology.com/prevention-risk/hyperlipidaemia

We are very grateful that the hyperlipidaemia section has been supported by Amgen Pharmaceuticals with an unrestricted independent education grant.

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