Heart Diseases : Health & Medical
Non-cyanotic congenital heart disease is a grouping of heart defects present at birth. And though these defects can all impede the flow of blood, the lack of oxygen associated with these disorders isn't necessarily as great as in cyanotic heart defects. When you suffer from non-cyanotic congenital h
A case report describing the sequelae of the use of a TAXUS paclitaxel-eluting stent in a patient presenting with AMI, a situation that has not been studied by a clinical trial to date.
Patients with unstable angina are at increased risk for cardiac death or (recurrent) myocardial infarction (MI) during early follow-up.
When dealing with heart problems there are many things that you can do. You need to manage your stress levels, improve your diet to increase the amount of fresh fruit and vegetables that you eat to about 60-80% and you need to increase the exercise that you have, There are also vitamins and herbs th
According to a study conducted about the sugar loving people, it is concluded that the sugar lovers are more prone to the heart diseases as they grow old. Therefore, we should avoid the sugary items in our diet. Due to the excessive use of sugar on daily basis the chances of heart disease increase.
It seems as though everyone has high cholesterol these days.Some medical experts attribute high cholesterol levels to specific diets high in fat and little or no fruits or vegetables.This article will examine the different international cuisines, and how they fare with regards to cholesterol.
Compare LVAD support vs optimal medical management in ambulatory NYHA IIIB/IV patients.
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The five stages of the atherosclerotic process are explained. In the past it took decades to get to the final stages of hardening of the arteries, but today children are starting to show its effects. Atherosclerosis is a silent disease because symptoms don't show up until the final stages. Fort
High cholesterol is one of the leading risk factors for more serious heart problems. Cholesterol is a necessary part of human life. Without it our cells would not function normally. Every part of the cell has some cholesterol in it. So, why is it so bad that our cholesterol levels are a bit high? It