Evaluation and Management of Erectile Dysfunction in the Hypertensive Patient

Evaluation and Management of Erectile Dysfunction in the Hypertensive Patient Curr Cardiol Rep (2017) 19:89 DOI 10.1007/s11886-017-0889-z HYPERTENSION (DS GELLER AND DL COHEN, SECTION EDITORS) Evaluation and Management of Erectile Dysfunction in the Hypertensive Patient 1,2 1,2 3 Jay Pravin Patel & Eric Hweegeun Lee & Carlos Ignacio Mena-Hurtado & Charles N. Walker Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2017 Abstract sexual activity, and PDE-5 inhibitors remain the first-line Purpose of Review The prevalence of hypertension and erec- treatment for erectile dysfunction. tile dysfunction has steadily increased, and greater than 40% of men with erectile dysfunction concurrently share a diagno- Keywords Hypertension Erectile dysfunction sis of hypertension. The treatment of the patient with both diseases poses a clinical challenge as both are closely corre- lated and share multiple overlapping risk factors.To address the recognized knowledge gap among clinicians who care for Introduction to Hypertension and Erectile these patients, we will review the current literature on the Dysfunction diagnosis and treatment of erectile dysfunction in the hyper- tensive patient and will provide recommendations for the Hypertension is a common medical issue affecting nearly one management of this challenging patient population. in three Americans [1]. Over the past two decades, the number Recent Findings The pharmacological treatment of hyperten- of men diagnosed with http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Current Cardiology Reports Springer Journals

Evaluation and Management of Erectile Dysfunction in the Hypertensive Patient

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Springer US
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Copyright © 2017 by Springer Science+Business Media, LLC
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Medicine & Public Health; Cardiology
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1523-3782
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1534-3170
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10.1007/s11886-017-0889-z
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Curr Cardiol Rep (2017) 19:89 DOI 10.1007/s11886-017-0889-z HYPERTENSION (DS GELLER AND DL COHEN, SECTION EDITORS) Evaluation and Management of Erectile Dysfunction in the Hypertensive Patient 1,2 1,2 3 Jay Pravin Patel & Eric Hweegeun Lee & Carlos Ignacio Mena-Hurtado & Charles N. Walker Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2017 Abstract sexual activity, and PDE-5 inhibitors remain the first-line Purpose of Review The prevalence of hypertension and erec- treatment for erectile dysfunction. tile dysfunction has steadily increased, and greater than 40% of men with erectile dysfunction concurrently share a diagno- Keywords Hypertension Erectile dysfunction sis of hypertension. The treatment of the patient with both diseases poses a clinical challenge as both are closely corre- lated and share multiple overlapping risk factors.To address the recognized knowledge gap among clinicians who care for Introduction to Hypertension and Erectile these patients, we will review the current literature on the Dysfunction diagnosis and treatment of erectile dysfunction in the hyper- tensive patient and will provide recommendations for the Hypertension is a common medical issue affecting nearly one management of this challenging patient population. in three Americans [1]. Over the past two decades, the number Recent Findings The pharmacological treatment of hyperten- of men diagnosed with

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