The Use of Sex-Specific Factors in the Assessment of Women’s CardiovascularRisk
The Use of Sex-Specific Factors in the Assessment of Women’s Cardiovascular Risk
Agarwala et al, 2018
"Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death
among women in the United States. As compared with men, women
are less likely to be diagnosed appropriately, receive preventive care,
or be treated aggressively for CVD."
On a similar note to this morning's paper, Dr Agarwala and colleagues discuss sex-specific cardiovascular risk factors and important management steps that should be taken when sex-specific risk factors are present.
Read via the link below or find the PDF here.