Latest Cardiovascular diseases Stories
University of Minnesota School of Public Health researchers have reported two high-signal genetic markers correlated with coronary artery disease (CAD) that should help define genetic fingerprints that can signal an increased risk of developing the disease.
Most people might assume that technology first developed in 1928 would be obsolete by now.
Study reveals new targets for diagnosis and therapy
Patients with cardiovascular disease will now benefit from a powerful new molecular imaging tool to detect disease in the main arteries supplying oxygen to the heart.
Many chronic heart failure patients struggle with not just strenuous activity but even the essentials such as moderate exercise and normal breathing.
In Switzerland, more than 20,000 people (37% of all deaths) die of cardiovascular disease caused by atherosclerosis each year.
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