KARACHI: There is no vaccine or any type of antibiotic available for the treatment of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) like cardiovascular disease, diabetes and hypertension, so the only option available against these diseases is immediate modification lifestyle, leading health experts suggested on Sunday. “Authorities and the media pay much more attentionRead More →

ISLAMABAD, (UrduPoint/Pakistan Point News – May 29, 2022): A two-day international conference on “Cardiovascular Diseases, a Threat to National Development” has been organized by the National Heart Association of Pakistan (PANAH) at the Armed Forces Heart Institute (AFIC) Rawalpindi to discuss the causes of the rise in heart disease, suggestionsRead More →

The latest research report provides a comprehensive assessment of the Congenital Heart Disease Market for the forecast year 2022-2031, which is beneficial for companies regardless of their size and turnover. This survey report covers key market insights and industry approach to COVID-19 (Omicron) in the coming years. The Congenital HeartRead More →

Source/Disclosures Published by: Source: Quesada O, et al. Featured Clinical Research: Part 1. Presented at: Scientific Sessions of the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions; May 19-22, 2022; Atlanta. Disclosures: One author reports receiving institutional research grants from Abbott Vascular, Boston Scientific, Edwards Lifesciences, and Medtronic; consultant forRead More →

CARACHI: Sindh Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases (SICVD) took another step to start free Heart Bypass surgeries at SICVD Hyderabad on Tuesday when Cardiac Surgeons Prof. Dr. Rizwan Memon and Prof. Fazl-e-Rabi along with the Anesthetist Professor Amin Khuwaja performed the first open heart surgery. With the first successful surgery atRead More →

This article was originally published here Circ Genom Precis Med. May 24, 2022: 101161CIRCGEN121003533. doi: 10.1161/CIRCGEN.121.003533. Online ahead of print. ABSTRACT BACKGROUND: Smaller studies have reported a higher risk of congenital heart defects (CHD) in mothers with coronary artery disease than in fathers with coronary artery disease. In a largeRead More →

After 2 years of pandemic where traveling was barely possible, tropical diseases are once again becoming important. At this year’s conference for internal medicine specialists, tropical medicine specialist Fritz Holst, MD, of the Center for Tropical and Travel Medicine in Marburg, Germany, explained what questions you should ask travelers withRead More →

Pictured: Timothy Keller in a 2021 interview with Russell Moore (screenshot via Youtube) Late last week, author, pastor and theologian Timothy Keller shared a health update on the second anniversary of his pancreatic cancer diagnosis. Addressing the Twitter feed to his “friends,” Keller mentioned“This month I am celebrating the 2ndRead More →

Congenital heart defect survivor Leo Strauss (right) and his mother, Rachel, at Leo’s 5th birthday party. (Photo courtesy of the Strauss family) Six months after Rachel and Levi Strauss married on the coldest Valentine’s Day in Detroit history, they learned they were having a baby. Back home in Houston, LeviRead More →

A study by researchers at the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) Leicester Biomedical Research Center has shown that a less invasive cardiac procedure for a common condition is just as effective as conventional open-heart surgery. The conclusions are published in the Journal of the American Medical AssociationRead More →

13-year-old Tang Bak Zhuan’s new journey can now begin thanks to the generous Malaysians who made his heart surgery possible through the Star Foundation’s Medical Fund program. This time, the Star Foundation partnered with the nonprofit Community Care Enrichment Program (CCEP) to raise funds for Bak Zhuan’s surgery and theRead More →

the Congenital Heart Disease Market Expected to grow over the forecast period 2021-2028, the report is the answer to numerous concerns that restrict business growth at a steady rate and miss various lucrative opportunities. The report of Decisive market insights. provides a comprehensive analysis of the development of the respectiveRead More →

Four heart defects have been identified Surgeries to correct all four were performed during the same session which lasted seven hours Tamil Nadu channel announced today the successful treatment of a woman with multiple heart defects, in a single surgical step that took more than seven hours. The 55-year-old womanRead More →

First Lady Margaret Kenyatta has urged health sector actors to prioritize early diagnosis of heart disease by scaling up awareness, access to information, diagnostic services and early treatment. The First Lady said success in the fight against cardiovascular disease requires more research, data collection and public knowledge needed to identifyRead More →

Advanced Cardiac Care Last spring, Chester County Hospital began offering bloodless heart surgery to help meet growing demand in the Greater Philadelphia area. Bloodless surgery does not require a blood transfusion or blood product, according to Patricia A. Ford, MD, director of the Center for Transfusion-Free Medicine at The HospitalRead More →