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Management of Patients with Chronic Coronary Disease

Published: July 2023
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  • 66 pages
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  • Key Points 
  • Top 10 Take-Home Messages 
  • Introduction 
  • Diagnosis 
    • Evaluation, Diagnosis, and Risk Stratification 
  • Treatment 
  • Revascularization 
  • Special Populations 
  • Patient Follow-Up: Monitoring and Managing Symptoms 
  • Other Important Considerations 
  • Tables 
    • US Heart Disease Prevalence, by Age, Race, Ethnicity, and Sex, 2015–2018
    • Potential Features Associated With a Higher Risk of MACE Among Patients With Established CCD
    • Suggested Screening Tool to Assess Psychological Distress: Patient Health Questionnaire-2 Depression Screen
    • Suggested Screening Questions to Assess Psychological Health 
    • Behavioral Resources for Smoking Cessation 
    • Substances With Abuse Potential and Adverse Cardiovascular Effects for Patients With CCD 
    • Very High-Risk of Future ASCVD Events
    • High-, Moderate-, and Low-Intensity Statin Therapy 
    • Nonpharmacologic Strategies for Blood Pressure Management 
    • Core Components of CR 
    • Screening Questions for SCAD-Associated Arteriopathies and Connective Tissue Disorders 
    • Clinical Criteria for Suspecting Microvascular Angina 
    • Diagnostic Criteria for Vasospastic Angina 
    • Invasive Coronary Function Testing Definition and Linked Pharmacotherapy for INOCA Endotypes 
    • Traditional and Nontraditional Risk Factors Associated With CCD in Young Adults 
    • Nonatherosclerotic Causes of CCD in Young Adults: Evaluation and Management 
    • CARPREG II Risk Prediction Model
    • Safety of Cardiovascular Medications During Pregnancy and Lactation 
    • The Geriatric 5 Ms 
    • Common Antiretroviral Therapy Drugs and Effects on Lipid Levels 
    • Drug-Drug Interactions With Statins and Immunosuppressants and Recommendations for Management 
  • Figures 
    • US Prevalence of CHD per 100,000, by Age and Sex (NHANES 2015–2018)
    • “Ever Told You Had Angina or CHD?” Age-Adjusted US Prevalence, by State (BRFSS Prevalence and Trends Data, 2019)
    • Global Age-Adjusted Prevalence of CCD per 100,000, by Sex, 2020
    • Domains to Consider When Seeing a Patient With CCD 
    • Team-Based Approach Reflective of Interconnectedness and Communication 
    • Social Determinants of Health and Cardiovascular Care for Patients With CCD
    • Recommended Nutrition
    • Lipid Management in Patients With CCD
    • Recommended Duration of Antiplatelet Therapy
    • Team-Based Cardio-Obstetrics Model of Care
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