This issue of Medical Clinics of North America, Guest Edited by Joyce E. Wipf , MD is devoted to Women's Health. Dr. Wipf has assembled a group of expert authors to review the following topics: Breast Cancer Screening; Cervical Cancer and HPV; Oral Contraception; IUD and Other Contraception; Menopause; Cardiovascular Risk Factors and Disease in Women; Vulvar-vaginal Disorders; Hepatitis C in Women; Osteoporosis Screening, Prevention, and Management; Sexual Dysfunction in Women; Domestic Violence and Trauma; Care of Women Veterans; and Medical Conditions During Pregnancy.The calculator is available via the AHA Web site in multiple formats (http://my. americanheart.org/cvriskcalculator) (Box 2, Table 2, Box 3). Diabetes is a stronger predictor of CVD in women than in men.6, 7 Women who smoke even a small amount (1a4 cigarettes per day) ... if she quit smoking and lowered her BP to under 120 via regular exercise and weight loss; this profile represents aoptimal risk factors.
|Title||:||Women's Health, An Issue of Medical Clinics of North America,|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier Health Sciences - 2015-06-03|