Latest news about the ESC Congress 2021 with Dr Kurt Furlonge
The 2019 ESC guidelines for the diagnostic and management of Chronic Coronary Syndrome (CCS) acknowledge that cardiac ischemia has different facets and that the treatment of patients with chronic coronary syndrome should be adapted to each patients' characteristics and preferences1.
Ischemic heart disease being the first cause of death worldwide2, an adequate management of patients is essential to curb the progression to more severe heart diseases, such as heart failure. Servier offers several solutions for these symptomatic patients with chronic coronary syndrome.
Doctor Kurt Furlonge, cardiologist from Trinidad and Tobago, attended the ESC Congress 2021 and summarized for us the hot topics that were discussed for patients with chronic coronary syndrome.
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