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Coronary Artery Disease Often Neglected In Women Despite High Risks
2013-07-30 11:15:15

Although coronary artery disease (CAD) causes as many deaths in women as it does men, preventative recommendations, such as lifestyle advice, aspirin and lipid-lowering therapy are still suggested less for women than men who are at the same risk.

2013-07-17 23:24:18

Leading Heart Failure And Adult Stem Cell Therapy Specialist To Contribute To Protocols, Research and Patient Outcomes Freeport, Bahamas (PRWEB) July 17, 2013

2013-07-10 10:19:02

The increased use of cardiac catheterization in New York relative to Ontario appears related to selecting more patients at low risk of obstructive coronary artery disease, with the subsequent diagnostic yield (i.e., the proportion of tested patients in whom disease was diagnosed) of this procedure in New York significantly lower than in Ontario.

Cheer Up And Get Heart Healthy!
2013-07-10 06:01:28

A new study from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine reveals that people with cheerful temperaments are significantly less likely to suffer a coronary event such as a heart attack or sudden cardiac death.

2013-07-09 23:29:31

International Leader in Cardiology to Help Advance Adult Stem Cell Therapy Treatment for Heart Disease Freeport, The Bahamas (PRWEB) July 09, 2013 Okyanos


Latest Coronary artery disease Reference Libraries

Cardiac Stress Test
2012-11-18 19:30:13

The cardiac stress test is a diagnostic test used in Cardiac pathology for the purpose of patient diagnosis. It measures the heart’s function while placing a heavier workload on the heart. The cardiologist cannot be at the patient’s side while at work, under stress, during a workout or pushed to the limit so this test mimics those activities in a controlled setting. How it is Performed The stress is created by increasing the workload on the cardiac system. This can be accomplished by...

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