With progressing CKD & HFrEF, what GDMT medications can you start, continue or stop? What does the data on hydralazine/isosorbide tell us and what does it NOT tell us? What are the pros and cons of starting GDMT inpatient versus outpatient? Do you still keep patients on GDMT once their EF recovers?
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01:54 Pearl 1 – Recap of GDMT and CKD09:15 Pearl 2 – Hydralazine and Isosorbide Dinitrate 20:59 Pearl 3 – Ivabradine 25:47 Pearl 4 – Inpatient vs Outpatient Initiation of GDMT30:55 Pearl 5 – Ejection Fraction Recovery Tags: IMCore, CoreIM, hydralazine, heart failure reduced ejection fraction, HFmrEF, HFimpEF, chronic kidney disease, cardiology
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