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 →

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 →

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 →

A newly built hospital, Dame Irene Okwuosa Memorial Hospital in collaboration with Voom Foundation USA is conducting free open heart surgery for underprivileged Nigerians. The gesture, according to the hospital management, is aimed at all Nigerian citizens according to their ethnic, tribal and religious affiliation. The hospital, built by theRead More →

According to a new study from Brigham and Women’s Hospital, female patients and people living in low-income areas have higher mortality rates after cardiovascular and thoracic procedures. The research results have been published in the “Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery”. The team of investigators found that female patients hadRead More →

Boston, April 24: According to a new study from Brigham and Women’s Hospital, female patients and people living in low-income areas have higher mortality rates after cardiovascular and thoracic procedures. The research results were published in the “Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery”. The team of investigators found that femaleRead More →

This article was originally published here BMJ open. 2022 Apr 21;12(4):e057400. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2021-057400. ABSTRACT OBJECTIVES: Advances in surgical management strategies have significantly reduced mortality from congenital heart defects (CHDs). A decrease in infant mortality can be expected, which would consequently lead to greater morbidity in older children due to complications laterRead More →

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Read more Read more Historical maps of Horsforth unearthed by estate agents show the fascinating history of… Ruben Higgins was born with a coarctation of the aorta. The condition is a birth defect in which part of the aorta is narrower than usual. Register to our daily newsletter The newsletterRead More →

New Delhi, 8th April 2022: Amid the rising incidence of Heart Failure in India, IMA NDB last week organized the National Heart Failure Conclave-2022 at Eros International Hotel, Nehru Place, New Delhi for discuss the evolution of breakthrough heart medicine pillars. failure and device therapy. More than 200 eminent physicians/cardiologistsRead More →

Researchers from the RIKEN Center for Advanced Intelligence Project (AIP) and their colleagues tested AI-enhanced diagnosis of fetal congenital heart disease in a clinical setting. Hospital residents and fellows made more accurate diagnoses when they used a graphical interface that represented AI analysis of fetal heart ultrasound screening videos. TheRead More →

The impressive 2021 funding was dedicated to medical equipment, service facilities, parent accommodations and one-on-one support for families treated on the unit. CHSF CEO Sharon Milner hailed public donations and regional support as the charity’s “heartbeat” to enable its work of “supporting hearts for life” to continue. Register to ourRead More →

WWE legend and 2019 Hall of Fame inductee Triple H is retiring from professional wrestling following recent heart surgery. “I will never wrestle again,” said Paul Levesque, aka Triple H, during a Friday appearance on ESPN. First take. During his interview on the show, Levesque detailed how a battle withRead More →

Our mobile phones have already become our cameras, our television screens, our diaries. What if they also became stethoscopes and disease-screening tools that help us identify health issues at home? Well, Google is working on it. The Alphabet-owned company plans to test whether heart sounds and photos of our eyesRead More →

Joseph Breeyear, left, Todd Edwards, PhD, and colleagues are studying how high blood pressure genes can improve children’s survival from heart surgery. (photo by Susan Urmy) by Leigh MacMillan According to a new study published in Traffic Research. The findings could help inform treatment strategies and improve outcomes for childrenRead More →

Among congenital heart defect (CHD) patients who are hospitalized with COVID-19, older age, male gender, and the presence of comorbidities have all been associated with a higher adjusted prevalence for COVID-19 disease. critical. These findings were published in the journal Traffic. Data on hospitalizations between March 2020 and January 2021,Read More →

Technology is changing faster every day. You might be surprised to learn that the technology that made open-heart surgery possible is only 67 years old. In 1953, the “heart-lung machine” was first used clinically by its inventor John Gibbon. Since then, there have been many advances in cardiac surgery andRead More →

Congenital heart defects (CHD) are among the most common birth defects today. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, coronary artery disease occurs in approximately 40,000 births each year in the United States. To help affected children and their families better understand their conditions, CRF architecture student andRead More →

In an interview with HCP LiveCandice Lee, MD, McGinnis Thoracic & Cardiovascular Associates, Allegheny General Hospital, discusses the challenges of chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension (CTEPH) care and treatment options for patients diagnosed with this rare condition. Lee, a cardiac surgeon, is an expert in pulmonary thromboendarterectomy (PTE) surgery, potentially theRead More →

Beijing, March 16 (IANS): According to Fuwai Hospital of the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, China’s National Medical Products Administration has issued marketing approval for a self-developed fully bioabsorbable obturator for ventricular septal defects. Ventricular septal malformations are a common form of congenital heart disease and can cause pulmonaryRead More →

According to a new study published in Circulation Research, children whose genetic makeup predicts high blood pressure in adulthood are more likely to survive surgery to repair a congenital heart defect. The findings could help inform treatment strategies and improve outcomes for children undergoing congenital heart defect repair procedures, saidRead More →

Former world boxing champion Scott Harrison has announced his retirement from the sport and revealed his father Peter has Alzheimer’s disease. The 44-year-old from Cambuslang announced his retirement two days after his last fight was canceled moments before the opening bell. Razak Nettey pulled out of their proposed fight inRead More →

New Jersey, United States,- we published research papers for “Global Online Lending Market Report, Trends and Forecast 2022-2029, Insights by Company, Region, Product and Application”. The market production capacity, production volume, sales volume, sales, price and future trend of Online Loans are explained. We will focus on product features, productRead More →

online-loan-market Online lending market: key insights The latest research report, titled “Global Online loan market Insights 2022 and Forecast 2030, this includes an overview and an in-depth study of the factors which are considered to have a greater influence on the future development of the market, such as Market size,Read More →

Press release PRESS RELEASE. Dave Navarro and PADHiA will hold their first six-week art exhibition and installation at West Chelsea Contemporary in Austin, Texas from March 12 to April 17. To celebrate this exhibition, they will release a series of original NFTs through the LGND Art NFT platform. Duel DiagnosisRead More →

The risk of heart disease increases at a younger age in nearly 600,000 American adults with serious mental illnesses according to a study published in Journal of the American Heart Association open-access, peer-reviewed journal of the American Heart Association. “Previous research has indicated that people diagnosed with serious mental illnessRead More →


Do you find yourself in a financial bind and need a loan to get out of it? Don’t worry — according to CNBC, most Americans don’t have enough funds to cover even a $1,000 loan. However, it’s critical to make the appropriate borrowing option in these cases to avoid damagingRead More →