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The latest clinical and political news for Australian Cardiologists
It;s all in the timing
Unblinding a trial produced a surprising effect
Researchers audited the records of 1008 patients aged over 65 with unplanned hospital admission.
The latest news across the specialty
Switching more than doubles success rate
Paradoxically the reduced need for monitoring may be a factor
They should only be sold in small quantities and with supervision from a pharmacist, cardiologists say.
Sildenafil may be joining statins and aspirin on the list of cardioprotective drugs for heart attack survivors.
Medical staff stunned by unusual case.
It's time to kill off the stereotype that women are at less risk, cardiologists say.
They charge less than most.
Is GP fear getting in the way of treatment?
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Results are out from the largest trials to date.
Fortunately, people with panic attacks rarely present to hospital.
There was a noteable surge in use soon after they became available on the PBS from late 2013.
The capsules contain quarter doses of irbesartan, amlodipine, hydrochlorothiazide and atenolol.
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They're still in the food supply, despite moves in the 1990s to limit them.
"This is good news for patients," the lead researcher says.
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