Prior Beta Blockers Predict Extra HF Burden in Women With ACS

Beta blockers taken for hypertension may predispose women to worse outcomes, compared with men, when they later present with acute coronary syndromes (ACS), a registry study suggests. In the analysis of more than 13,000 patients with ACS and no history of cardiovascular (CV) disease, the women who had taken beta blockers for hypertension showed about…Continue Reading