There continues to be low adherence and persistence to secondary prevention therapy post-acute coronary syndrome despite its benefits in reducing the risk of repeat ischaemic events. In this podcast, Melbourne’s A/Professor Nicholas Cox describes strategies to improve this situation, both at the hospital and at the individual patient level.
Associate Professor Nicholas Cox is a Consultant and Interventional Cardiologist.
He is the director of Cardiology for Western Health and on the Epworth Hospital Cardiac Sciences Clinical Institute Committee.
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