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The following questions can be used as discussion points for peer groups or self-reflection of practice. The questions relate to topics within a cardiovascular theme; it is recommended that the linked article is read before considering the questions.
The safe and effective use of dabigatran and warfarin in primary care
An update on managing patients with atrial fibrillation
Beta-blockers for cardiovascular conditions: one size does not fit all patients
Go low or no? Managing blood pressure in primary care
Prescribing statins to reduce cardiovascular risk
Published: 20 September 2017 | Updated:
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