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INTERASPIRE : an international survey of coronary patients : their cardiometabolic, renal and biomarker status; and the quality of preventive care delivered in all WHO regions in partnership with the World Heart Federation, European Society of Cardiology, Asia Pacific Society of Cardiology, InterAmerican Society of Cardiology, and PanAfrican Society of Cardiology

Tijdschriftbijdrage - Review Artikel

Purpose of Review To describe the INTERASPIRE scientific protocol-an international survey of secondary prevention of coronary heart disease (CHD). Recent Findings This international survey is being conducted through National Societies of Cardiology in selected countries from each of the six WHO regions and has the following overall aims: (i) describe prevalence of cardiometabolic and renal risk factors together with biomarkers in CHD patients; (ii) describe current risk factor management through lifestyle changes and cardioprotective drug therapies; (iii) provide an objective assessment of clinical implementation of preventive care by comparison with the lifestyle and risk factor targets defined in international and national guidelines; (iv) investigate the reasons for variation in preventive cardiology practice between regions and countries; and (v) promote the principles of best preventive cardiology practice. This international survey will provide a unique picture of CHD patients; their cardiometabolic, renal and biomarker status; lifestyle and therapeutic management; and the quality of preventive care provided in all WHO regions.
Tijdschrift: CURRENT CARDIOLOGY REPORTS
ISSN: 1534-3170
Issue: 10
Volume: 23
Jaar van publicatie:2021
Toegankelijkheid:Open