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An Interactive Satellite Symposium With Women in Red

Sunday, November 8, 20157:00-9:00 pm
Held during the American Heart Association’s (AHA) Scientific Sessions

During this live, accredited, educational program moderated by Dr. Ileana Piña, Drs. Nancy M. Albert and Suzanne Oparil will present information on dose optimization with hyperkalemia in heart failure and renal disease, respectively, with interactive case studies. Dr. Piña will present on the new paradigms of treatment for hyperkalemia. This exciting program invites interactive audience participation and will offer attendees new ideas to achieve better outcomes.

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