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5/15/2021 Heart Study: Low- and Regular-Dose Aspirin Prove Safe, Effective No CommentsAn unusual study that had thousands of heart disease patients enroll themselves and track their health online as they took low- or regular-strength aspirin concluded that both doses seem equally safe and ... Journal of Medicine and discussed at an American College of Cardiology conference. Who benefits from it Aspirin helps prevent blood clots, but it‚Aos not recommended for healthy people who have not yet developed heart ...
5/11/2021 Baptist Offers First-of-Its-Kind Treatment for Heart Disease ... cardiology team at Baptist North Mississippi is now offering this brand new technology to our patients,‚Au said Bill Henning, CEO and Administrator of Baptist North Mississippi. ‚AuThis new therapy will be a wonderful addition to our arsenal of innovative cardiac treatment options to help our patients to live a longer, happier, healthier life.‚Au Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. Each year ...
5/10/2021 Research Finds Only Half of Heart Disease Patients Get a Flu Shot New research finds that only half of Americans with a history of heart disease or stroke report getting an annual flu shot, despite widespread recommendations to do so. Further, rates of vaccination were found to be even lower among Blacks and Hispanics, according to the study by the American College of Cardiology (ACC).The researchers said that the findings should renew efforts to assure flu vaccination is a routine part ...
5/9/2021 Cardiology System Cardiovascular Subdivisions Interventional, Nuclear Significant diseases Heart disease, Cardiovascular disease, Atherosclerosis, Cardiomyopathy, Hypertension (High Blood Pressure) Significant tests Blood tests, electrophysiology study, cardiac imaging, ECG, echocardiograms, stress test Specialist Cardiologist Glossary Glossary of medicine Occupation Names Specialty Medicine, Surgery Description Hospitals, Clinics - Physician - Surgeon employment Cardiology (from Greek Œ∫Œ±œAŒ¥ŒØ·æ± kardiƒA, "heart" and -ŒªŒøŒ≥ŒØŒ± -logia, "study") is a branch of medicine that deals with the ...
5/7/2021 Have high blood pressure? You may want to check your meds A¢ ( 0 ) Read Time: 4 Minute, 44 SecondNearly 1 in 5 adults with high blood pressure, a leading risk factor for heart disease and stroke, also take a medicine that could be elevating their blood pressure, according to new research presented at the American College of Cardiology‚Aos 70th Annual Scientific Session. The results underscore the need for patients to routinely review all of the medications they take with ...
5/7/2021 Alcohol lowers risk of heart disease by helping us relax Alcohol lowers risk of heart disease by helping us relax 07 May 2021 By Patrick Schmitt Drinking a moderate amount of alcohol on a daily basis can lower the risk of fatal heart disease by ... research, which is being presented at the American College of Cardiology‚Aos 70th Annual Scientific Session and has not yet been published in a journal, is based on a healthcare survey of more than 53,000 ...
5/7/2021 Air Pollution Can Harm Kids' Hearts for a Lifetime | Health News | US News U.S. News & World Report ... Cardiology at the Indiana University School of Medicine, in Indianapolis. "What's surprising and what's new here is how early in life this is affecting people, especially raising their blood pressure, which can have lifelong consequences."Kids who suffer from high blood pressure are more likely to carry this risk factor into adulthood, increasing their chances of heart disease and stroke later in life, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease ...
5/7/2021 Having ‚Äòone or two alcoholic drinks‚Äô a day may prevent heart disease, scientists say Having ‚Aoone or two alcoholic drinks‚Ao a day may prevent heart disease, scientists say ExpandAlcohol in moderation may help the heart by calming stress signals. Photo: Stock. / Alcohol in moderation may help the ... research, which is being presented at the American College of Cardiology‚Aos 70th Annual Scientific Session and has not yet been published in a journal, is based on a healthcare survey of more than 53,000 ...
5/7/2021 Breast Cancer: CT-Planning Scans Can Inform Cardio-Onco Strategy Physicians Weekly ... heart disease burden seen in breast cancer survivors.The concept provides a real-world example of the interface between oncology and cardiology, which has given rise to cardio-onco subspecialists , and it offers the added advantage of simplicity: CAC scores can be ‚Auautomatically extracted from planning CT scans using a deep learning algorithm.‚AuIn this cohort study of 15,915 breast cancer patients who underwent CT planning scans prior to ...
5/7/2021 One Surprising Effect of Drinking Alcohol, New Study Says MSN ... Cardiology's 70th Annual Scientific Session on May 17, a nuclear cardiology researcher will present the results of a revolutionary study. Science Daily reports that Kenechukwu Mezue, MD, a fellow in nuclear cardiology at Massachusetts General Hospital (often recognized as a top research hospital in the United States) has posited that as a society, we acknowledge a demonstrated connection between stress and heart disease. However, he says, not much research has ...
5/6/2021 High-risk, disadvantaged groups face barriers to preventing spread of COVID-19 High-risk, disadvantaged groups face barriers to preventing spread of COVID-19 Researchers urge greater focus on ensuring access to vaccines and precautionary measures American College of Cardiology Print E-MailSocial factors such as education, financial stability, food security and the neighborhood where someone resides were strongly correlated with whether or not individuals with heart disease adopted measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19, including wearing masks and ...
5/6/2021 High-risk, disadvantaged groups face barriers to preventing spread of COVID-19 Share Researchers urge greater focus on ensuring access to vaccines and precautionary measuresSocial factors such as education, financial stability, food security and the neighborhood where someone resides were strongly correlated with whether or not individuals with heart disease adopted measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19, including wearing masks and working from home, according to a study presented at the American College of Cardiology‚Aos 70th Annual Scientific ...
5/6/2021 High-risk, disadvantaged groups face barriers to preventing spread of COVID-19 by American College of Cardiology Credit: Unsplash/CC0 Public DomainSocial factors such as education, financial stability, food security and the neighborhood where someone resides were strongly correlated with whether or not individuals with heart disease adopted measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19, including wearing masks and working from home, according to a study presented at the American College of Cardiology's 70th Annual Scientific Session. The researchers say ...
5/5/2021 Too much, too little sleep linked to elevated heart risks in people free from disease Share Sleep should be assessed along with other factors that increase heart diseasePeople who clock six to seven hours of sleep a night had the lowest chance of dying from a heart attack or stroke when compared with those who got less or more sleep, according to a study being presented at the American College of Cardiology‚Aos 70th Annual Scientific Session. This trend remained true even after the ...
5/5/2021 One spouse with heart disease may double risk for other One spouse with heart disease may double risk for other Lifestyle factors, caregiver stress thought to play a role in increased risk American College of Cardiology Print E-MailIndividuals living with a spouse with heart disease were more than twice as likely to have heart disease themselves, according to a study being presented at the American College of Cardiology's 70th Annual Scientific Session.Researchers surveyed more than 5,000 heterosexual ...
5/5/2021 Too much, too little sleep linked to elevated heart risks in people free from disease Too much, too little sleep linked to elevated heart risks in people free from disease Sleep should be assessed along with other factors that increase heart disease American College of Cardiology Print E-MailPeople who clock six to seven hours of sleep a night had the lowest chance of dying from a heart attack or stroke when compared with those who got less or more sleep, according to a ...
5/1/2021 UIC: COVID-19 Vaccinations – Facts, Updates, and Challenges | Wednesday, May 12 ... cardiology. As a student mentor and practitioner, he is passionate about building awareness toward the prevention and treatment of diabetes, heart disease, kidney disease, and HIV. UIC's seven health sciences colleges and health care delivery enterprise. Prospective Students ...
4/29/2021 Transvenous Phrenic Nerve Stimulation for Treatment of Central Sleep Apnea: Five-Year Safety and Efficacy Outcomes ... Heart Diseases, Medical University, Military Hospital, Wroclaw, Poland; 5Ludgerus-Kliniken M√ºnster, Clemens Hospital, M√ºnster, Germany; 6University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, USA; 7Bielefeld Medical Center, Bielefeld, Germany; 8Clinic for General and Interventional Cardiology Angiology, Herz- und Diabeteszentrum NRW, Ruhr-Universit√§t Bochum, Bad Oeynhausen, Germany; 9University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine, Saint Luke‚Aos Mid-America Heart Institute, Kansas City, MO, USA; 10Respicardia ...
4/28/2021 TeleCardioloists: 5 Conditions Requiring On-Going Treatment Categories: TeleCardiology , TelemedicineWith access to TeleCardiologists, a patients across the county suffering from ongoing heart conditions can receive a consultation from a specialists in the Emergency Room, on inpatient floors and outpatient clinics.Heart disease is an epidemic that has not abated, given the obesity and diabetes prevalence in an aging population. The American College of Cardiology estimates a 128% increase in deaths from heart disease by 2050, which ...
4/28/2021 ACC, HealthReveal Collaborate to Speed Adoption of Clinical Guidelines and Optimize Patient Outcomes PR Newswire WASHINGTON The American College of Cardiology (ACC) and HealthReveal, a leading clinical artificial intelligence company, are collaborating to employ HealthReveal's personalized clinical AI solution to ACC's TRANSFORM studies. Through the collaboration, study data will be ... the recommended care for the leading causes of death, including heart disease."The complexities of care are growing exponentially each year, and it's no longer feasible for any one physician to keep up with the ...
4/28/2021 ACC, HealthReveal Collaborate to Speed Adoption of Clinical Guidelines and Optimize Patient Outcomes ... a-kind studies will apply implementation science to revolutionize careWASHINGTON , April 28, 2021 /PRNewswire/ ‚Ai The American College of Cardiology (ACC) and HealthReveal, a leading clinical artificial intelligence company, are collaborating to employ HealthReveal ... the recommended care for the leading causes of death, including heart disease.‚AuThe complexities of care are growing exponentially each year, and it‚Aos no longer feasible for any one physician to keep up with ...
4/28/2021 ACC, HealthReveal Collaborate to Speed Adoption of Clinical Guidelines and Optimize Patient Outcomes ... of-a-kind studies will apply implementation science to revolutionize careWASHINGTON (April 28, 2021) ‚Ai The American College of Cardiology (ACC) and HealthReveal, a leading clinical artificial intelligence company, are collaborating to employ HealthReveal ... the recommended care for the leading causes of death, including heart disease.‚AuThe complexities of care are growing exponentially each year, and it‚Aos no longer feasible for any one physician to keep up with ...
4/28/2021 Dr. Dipti Itchhaporia ... WASHINGTON, April 1, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Dipti Itchhaporia, MD, FACC, today begins her term as president of the American College of Cardiology. During her one-year presidency, she will lead the over 54,000-member global organization ... strides in our strategic priorities and improve the lives of heart disease patients. We must be prepared as a profession to embrace and move to center stage our solutions and vision of digital transformation and ...
4/26/2021 Status of Multidisciplinary Collaboration in Neonatal Cardiac Care in the United States - PubMed National Institutes of Health While outcomes for neonates with congenital heart disease have improved, it is apparent that substantial variability exists among centers with regard to the multidisciplinary approach to care for this medically fragile patient population. We endeavored ... and anesthesiology respondents reported multidisciplinary involvement, less than half of cardiology and neonatology supported this statement. The most commonly reported obstacles to multidisciplinary engagement were culture (61.6%) and logistics (47.1%). Having a standardized neonatal cardiac ...
4/23/2021 Socioeconomic characteristics of patients with coronary heart disease in relation to their cardiovascular risk profile BMJ ... Netherlands 3 Centre for Cardiovascular Prevention , First Faculty of Medicine and Thomayer Hospital, Charles University , Prague , Czech Republic 4 Preventive Cardiology Unit, Department of Vascular Medicine, Division of Internal Medicine , University Medical Centre Ljubljana , Ljubljana ... on results from a large sample of patients with coronary heart disease from the European Action on Secondary and Primary Prevention through Intervention to Reduce Events study, the relationship between SES and cardiovascular risk was ...