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KISS - Stable Angina

22 March 2018 - Medcast Medical Education Team

Ischaemic heart disease is a common and important cause of morbidity and mortality in Australia. Optimisation of therapy in stable angina is an important skill for all clinicians. In this KISS update, we discuss updated pharmacological guidelines for treatment and secondary cardiovascular prevention.

Download the Stable Angina KISS Summary Here

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As part of the NB Medical / Medcast Hot Topics workshop series, we produce a range of KISS summaries. By attending the course, you will also receive an up to date workbook of 150 evidence based summaries, reviewed yearly and localised for Australia.

Independent education, Australian & international evidence reviewed and summarised into useful 'chunks' by expert GPs, for GPs. Read more and enrol in Hot Topics here.

We also offer the Undifferentiated Chest Pain: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Emergency Response webinar. Update your skills on the management of undifferentiated chest pain in this webinar focused on a range of patient case studies and application of the latest clinical guidelines. Learn more and enrol here.

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