March 2, 2017
Changes in therapy are usually considered when therapeutic goals are not reached or when medications are causing difficult side effects. We discuss the monitoring that is often required before and after changes are made.
Karen Fagan, MD, University of South Alabama
Wassim Fares, MD, MS, Yale University Department of Medicine
Elizabeth Stone, RN, BSN, CHFN, Baptist Health South Florida
R. James White, MD, PhD, University of Rochester