Discover the 3 patient phenotypes

Discover 3 typical patient phenotypes: these hypertensive patients presenting with different symptoms (heart failure, atrial fibrillation and renal insufficiency) will be discussed throughout Course sessions. This week, Patient #3 with renal insufficiency is revealed!

Venue and hours

Maritim proArte Hotel Venue

Maritim proArte Hotel
Friedrichstraße 151
10117 Berlin



New case on PCRonline

"Percutaneous renal denervation in a drug-naive patient with multiple intolerances to antihypertensive agents reduced office and ambulatory blood pressure" Discover this new case and say how you would treat.

3 patient phenotypes

The special focus of this year’s event will be the identification and prevention of Target Organ Damage. 3 typical patients will be discussed during Course sessions. These hypertensive patients are presenting with different symptoms: heart failure, atrial fibrillation and chronic kidney disease.


Discover more about Patient #1 on 17th January, Patient #2 on 24th January and Patient #3 on 31st January.

Atul Pathak shares his thoughts about the resistant hypertension topic discussed during EuroPCR 2014

Andrzej Januszewicz on Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Andrzej Januszewicz (Poland) answers the following questions:

- Do you screen every hypertensive patient for obstructive sleep apnea and why or why not?
- What are possible treatment options for patients with obstructive sleep apnea?

Peter Blankestijn on Blood Pressure Measurement

Peter J. Blankestijn (Netherlands) answers the following questions:

- Can you please explain the different modalities in measuring blood pressure, and the differences between home-based, office-based and ambulatory blood pressures?
- What are your requirements for valid blood pressure measurement?
- How often should blood pressure be measured by the patient?
- What are your thoughts and recommendations with regards to automatic vs. manual blood pressure measurement?