The April issue of Hypertension News can now be viewed. Highlights include a focus on renal denervation (with papers from esteemed members Professors George Bakris, Murray Esler and Peter Sever), a report from Professor Anna Dominiczak on The University of Glasgow College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences, as well as an update on the forthcoming Hypertension Athens meeting and ISH new investigator initiatives taking place at this event.
This month we would like to introduce you to Panagiotis Xaplanteris, Post-doctoral research fellow at Peripheral Vessels Unit, Hippokration Hospital, 1st Department of Cardiolology, Athens University Medical School.
New ASH-ISH Hypertension Guidelines Offer Practical, Clinical Information for Doctor and Patient Around the Globe
The ASH-ISH guidelines have been written to provide a straightforward approach to managing hypertension in the community, for practitioners in low and middle-income countries as well as developed countries.
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The Councils of the European Society of Hypertension (ESH) and the International Society of Hypertension (ISH) have agreed to hold a Joint Scientific Meeting in Europe in 2020.
PROPOSAL DEADLINE 31st JANUARY 2014.
Read More 30/11/2013
Umeå University, Sweden (34,000 students and 4,300 employees) has recently awarded Professor Lars H Lindholm its most prestigious award, the gold medal of merit, for "his outstanding work in research and research education over very many years". This is a singular honour as the gold medal has only been awarded twice during this century.
Read More 20/11/2013
Japanese Hypertension Society set up light-up events around World Hypertension Day 2013. Eight landmarks in six areas were lit up with red as a symbol of arterial blood and blue for venous blood. To add to this they organised public blood pressure measurement sessions and meetings for continual medical education.
Read More 19/11/2013
Hypertension is the world’s leading risk for death and for disability and approximately 30% of hypertension is related to excess dietary sodium (salt).
Read More 06/11/2013
Read on to find out more about Katrina Binger; ISH November New Investigator of the Month. Katrina is currently working at the Experimental and Clinical Research Center, Max-Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine, Berlin, Germany.
Read More 01/11/2013