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Rani Khatib

Rani Khatib, consultant pharmacist in cardiology and cardiovascular research, Medicines Management and Pharmacy Services, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust; honorary senior lecturer, Leeds Institute for Cardiovascular and Metabolic Medicine, University of Leeds; co-chair, UK Clinical Pharmacy Association Cardiology Group

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  • We risk a cardiovascular health crisis if patients stop seeking help when they need it

    We risk a cardiovascular health crisis if patients stop seeking help when they need it

    27 MAY 2020

    Footfall in emergency departments across the world has decreased during the COVID-19 pandemic, and experts worry that patients with symptoms are staying at home for fear of burdening their healthcare systems. But preventing serious cardiovascular events is still as important as ever, says cardiology consultant pharmacist Rani Khatib.

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