Major Adverse Cardiovascular Events Articles

Articles

  • Advances in Pharmacotherapy for Erectile Dysfunction and Associated Cardiac Impact.

    Cardiovascular disease (CVD) and erectile dysfunction (ED) are two disease processes that affect millions of men. CVD and ED are increasingly recognized as sharing a common pathophysiologic origin. As the nature of this relationship continues to be elucidated, there is growing interest in developing a therapy to effectively target both processes.

    Published October 4, 2016
  • Penile doppler ultrasound predicts cardiovascular events in men with erectile dysfunction.

    Traditional risk factors used to assess cardiovascular risk miss a significant population who are indeed at risk for future cardiac events. Erectile dysfunction (ED) is an emerging marker for future cardiovascular disease (CVD) and major adverse cardiovascular events (MACE), especially in young and middle-aged men with vasculogenic ED.

    Published November 11, 2018
  • Testosterone and Cardiovascular Disease.

    Testosterone (T) is the principal male sex hormone. As men age, T levels typically fall. Symptoms of low T include decreased libido, vasomotor instability, and decreased bone mineral density. Other symptoms may include depression, fatigue, erectile dysfunction, and reduced muscle strength/mass.

    Published February 9, 2016