Are the benefits of lowering systolic blood pressure to less than 130 mm Hg the same for those aged 80 years and older as they are for younger patients?
Approved for ages 65 and older.
The use of direct‐acting oral anticoagulants has increased among nursing home residents with atrial fibrillation.
Here’s how to protect the population that’s at highest risk for shingles complications.
Recognize senior challenges to develop better pharmacy strategy and counseling services.
Novel Study Shows Efficacy of Anticoagulant Treatment in Very Elderly with Nonvalvular Atrial Fibrillation
A new study fills in information gaps on NOAC use in patients age 80 and over.