Latest American Heart Association Stories
Hospitalized children are more likely to die after a cardiac arrest if it occurs during the night shift.
Just one minute of CPR video training for bystanders in a shopping mall could save lives in emergencies.
Findings Reported at AHA Scientific Sessions 2013 by Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Reveal the Economic Impact of HAIs Following Cardiac Surgery New
Editors of Circulation Research Recognize Mount Sinai Heart Researchers at AHA Scientific Sessions 2013 for their Work to Repair and Reverse Heart Attack Damage New
Sustaining CPR for at least 38 minutes can improve a person’s chances of surviving a heart attack and increase the odds that a cardiac arrest survivor will have regular brain function.
Cholesterol-lowering drugs should be prescribed to about 33 million more Americans, according to new guidelines for healthcare providers recently released by a joint committee from the American Heart Association and American College of Cardiology.
A promising technology may enable doctors to diagnose and possibly treat in utero a common cause of stillbirth and sudden death in infants.
“First Contact-to-Balloon” Initiative Accelerates Patient Diagnosis, Empowers EMS to Activate Hospital Cardiac Teams Pittsburgh PA (PRWEB) November 07, 2013
Abington Memorial Hospital has been recognized for successfully implementing a higher standard of care for heart failure patients through the American Heart Association’s Get With The Guidelines®–Heart
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