Chronic total occlusion PCI in Latin America often successful despite limited resources
Chronic total occlusion PCI performed in Latin America is primarily done for angina relief, had a success rate of more than 80% and conferred low incidence of MACE, despite...
16 days ago - Healio
Assessment of the Independent and Synergistic Effects of Fluid Overload and Acute Kidney Injury on Outcomes of Critically Ill Children*
Objectives: Evaluate the independent and synergistic associations of fluid overload and acute kidney injury with outcome in critically ill pediatric patients. Design: Secondary...
19 days ago - Pediatric Critical Care Medicine
Glycemic control may improve CV outcomes in diabetes, statin therapy
CV outcomes in high-risk patients with diabetes receiving statin therapy were strongly associated with baseline HbA1c levels, according to findings published in the Journal of...
21 days ago - Healio - 2 articles
Vigorous Exercise Leads to Lower Mortality for Women
Heart disease and cancer are the top two reasons people die in the U.S. The term heart disease is used to identify several types of conditions, including cardiovascular...
1 month ago - Mercola - 3 articles
Cath Lab Exercise Test Flags Coronary Microvascular Dysfunction
Low coronary flow reserve found in the cath lab identifies a group of patients unable to adapt to exercise, and researchers suggest this test should be used more for angina...
2 monthes ago - Medscape
She Had Two Heart Attacks, but Normal Arteries. What Was Going On?
Her doctors were puzzled until one asked a question she'd never heard before. The answer was yes, all the time, since childhood.
3 monthes ago - NY Times
Post-ISCHEMIA: Focus Turns to Testing for Stable Angina
]]> - PHILADELPHIA - After the ISCHEMIA trial delivered its clear determination that early revascularization isn't better than medication alone for moderate-to-severe, but...
3 monthes ago - MedPageToday
ISCHEMIA: Invasive strategy, medical therapy yield similar CV outcomes in stable ischemia
PHILADELPHIA - In stable patients with moderate or severe ischemia, an invasive strategy and a conservative strategy of optimal medical therapy yielded similar long-term CV...
3 monthes ago - Healio - 2 articles
Heart wire test detects 'hidden' angina
Angina is the result of reduced blood flow to the heart and is an early warning sign that a patient might go on to have a heart attack or stroke.
3 monthes ago - Daily Mail
Surgery for Blocked Arteries Is Often Unwarranted, Researchers Find
Drug therapy alone may save lives as effectively as bypass or stenting procedures, a large federal study showed.
3 monthes ago - NY Times - 2 articles
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Live updates as first coronavirus case confirmed in Wales
The first case of coronavirus in Wales has been confirmed by the Welsh Government
Will Coronavirus Slow Down In The Warmer Months Like Flu Season?
Past outbreaks might offer insight into whether the spread of the COVID-19 virus will continue in the spring.
Early Intervention after Traumatic Brain Injury More Likely to Reduce...
Early intervention after traumatic brain injury can cut down the risk of developing epilepsy, reveals a new study.
Fine Particle Air Pollution Linked to Poor Kidney Health
People living in areas with higher levels of air pollution faced higher risks of developing kidney disease, reports a new study.
Smaller Glasses may Prompt Diners to Drink Less Wine
People who eat out in restaurants drink less wine when they are given a smaller glass, reports a new study. The study suggests how a wine glass may influence how much you drink...
First-ever Pathology of the Early Phase of Lung Infection with the Novel...
New study describes the pathology of disease caused by SARS-CoV-2 or COVID-19 pneumonina since no autopsy or biopsies had been performed thus far.
New Artificial Pancreas System: Life-changing Support to Type 1 Diabetes People
New study is working to optimize an artificial pancreas with the ability to minimize the glucose highs and lows that diminish the quality of life and contribute to long-term...
Opioid Use Disorder Drugs Improve Outcomes Post-hospitalization
Led by researchers at Boston Medical Center's Grayken Center for Addiction, new study proved that those who receive treatment within time are less likely to overdose or be...
Info to Address Myths on Zika, Yellow Fever may Have Spillover Effects
Information used to counter myths about Zika and yellow fever not only failed to reduce false perceptions but also decreased the accuracy of people's other beliefs about the...
Study Throws Light on the way the new Drug acts for COVID-19
A team of academic and industry researchers is reporting new findings about how exactly an investigational antiviral drug stops coronaviruses.