Cardiovascular disease (CVD) refers to several types of conditions that affect the heart and blood vessels. Many CVD risk factors such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, excess weight, poor diet, smoking, and diabetes can be prevented or treated through health behavior change and appropriate medication
Target audience: Cardiologists, prevention specialists, internists
Review the purpose of CVD Primary Prevention.
Discuss the role of risk estimators and assessment of social determinants of health on treatment decisions.
Review new recommendations for aspirin use, tobacco use, and healthy lifestyles.
Describe the role of team-based care and shared-decision making in applying the guideline to various clinical practice settings.
About Heart Disease
Heart disease includes a range of conditions that affect the heart. The most common type occurs when plaque — made up of cholesterol, fat and other substances — builds up in the arteries. Clogged arteries can limit blood flow and cause chest pain, heart attack, stroke or even death.
What Increases Your Risk
Screening for Heart Disease
Maintain a Healthy Weight
Manage Risk Factors
What about Aspirin?
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