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CVD - Which Drugs and When? (Locally Delivered)

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CVD - Which Drugs and When?: Short Course (Locally Delivered) Why is CVD - Which Drugs and When important? Over 20% of the entire NHS budget is spent on CVD prescribing Lowering blood pressure and LDL cholesterol significantly reduces the risk of developing CVD Pharmacological treatment is fundamental to the management of CVD and reducing the risk of further events What does this course offer? This workshop is for healthcare professionals who care for patients with cardiovascular disease This one day workshop is for healthcare professionals who care for patients with cardiovascular disease and would like to know more about treatment options. More and more health care professionals are expected to initiate and uptitrate drugs for an ever increasing number of conditions. The NICE guidelines on lipid modificationdiabetesAFpost MI all exhort us to get on and treat people and yet the array of drugs out there can be bewildering to many people. This interactive workshop, led by practicing clinicians with experience in prescribing, will remind you of what the drugs are, how they work, the risks, benefits and side effects and the challenges of prescribing for the increasing number of patients with co-morbidities. This workshop will cover the following areas: Revision session on A&P of the cardiovascular system, renal system and nervous system A is for ACEs and ARBs B is for betablockers C is for calcium channel blockers and D is for Diuretics Lowering lipids, drugs used to treat lipid disorders and reduce cardiovascular risk What you need to know about the rest ?anticoagulants, antithrombotics, anti-arrhythmia drugs and the new kids on the block This is a one day workshop with informal lectures and interactive practical sessions, delivered by expert practicing clinicians. Cost 15 place locally delivered training ?1,725 22 place locally delivered training ?2,300

CVD - Which Drugs and When?: Short Course (Locally Delivered) Why is CVD - Which Drugs and When important? Over 20% of the entire NHS budget is spent on CVD prescribing Lowering blood pressure and LDL cholesterol significantly reduces the risk of developing CVD Pharmacological treatment is fundamental to the management of CVD and reducing the risk of further events What does this course offer?...

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