A hypertensive patient with shortness of breath
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Gain clinical and practical insights to provide your hypertensive patients with the best up-to-date therapeutic solutions.
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REGISTRATION AND ACCOMMODATION FEES
COURSE REGISTRATION FEES include: access to scientific sessions, exhibition hall, coffee breaks and lunches.
Download here the RHC-TRENDS 2015 Announcement Press Release.
Press badges are free of charge and give priority access to all sessions, every day of the Course. They are intended exclusively for journalists covering RHC-TRENDS and are issued at the discretion of the Press Coordinator.
RHC 2014 - Discover the presentations from the third session.
Download the slides if you would like to learn more about “personalised medicine” and the different possible antihypertensive drug combinations for the three “fil rouge” patients with elevated blood pressure: an elderly atherosclerotic patient, a metabolic patient and a young adrenergic patient.
RHC 2014 – Symposium
To learn how the pre-clinical and clinical evidence for catheter-based renal sympathetic denervation is continuing to be built
To explore anatomical considerations in patient selection
To understand the importance multidisciplinary working in establishing appropriate and sustainable patient pathways
RHC 2014 - Watch the recording of the second session
The session comprehensively discusses the different modalities to measure blood pressure, assess the personalised patient risks, and it also includes key data for drug adherence.
RHC 2014 - Discover the presentations from the second session.
Download the slides if you would like to understand how to systematically evaluate a patient with uncontrolled hypertension. The session comprehensively discusses the different modalities to measure blood pressure, assess the personalised patient risks, and it also includes key data for drug adherence.
RHC 2014 - Watch the recording of the first session presenting three typical patients with elevated blood pressure:
- an elderly atherosclerotic patient (by R. Schmieder),
- a metabolic patient (by M. Schlaich),
- a young adrenergic patient (by K. Tsioufis).