I fear that the long COVID will be our next pandemic (“Long COVID to affect 500,000”, July 24). Alas, there is no diagnostic test and no cure. The worst thing sick people can do is stand in line at the clinic. My common sense suggests that a healthy lifestyle andRead More →

Villarreal presents Borussia Dortmund with a signed shirt in a heartwarming show of solidarity with Sebastien Haller following his shock testicular tumor diagnosis earlier this week ahead of a 2-0 pre-season friendly win Villarreal players offered Borussia Dortmund a signed Sébastien Haller shirt The Spanish team presented the shirt aheadRead More →

London: Patients who contract Covid-19 are at higher risk of developing cardiovascular disease and diabetes, especially within three months of infection, according to a new study. Scientists are increasingly recognizing Covid-19 as a multisystem disease that can cause disease throughout the body, likely by triggering pathways that cause inflammation. ResearchersRead More →

Alder Hey Innovation is developing a bespoke home heart monitoring program – “Little Hearts at Home” – to be implemented across the North West Congenital Heart Disease Network. Sponsored by The “Little Hearts at Home” remote monitoring solution will allow newborns and infants with serious congenital heart defects to receiveRead More →

On Tuesday, July 12, the ABC reported on Winston, the five-year-old Bendigo boy who needs open-heart surgery but whose surgery has been canceled “eight times.” Cristean Tilkeridis, Winston’s father, is “emotionally overwhelmed”. “I’m completely overwhelmed, and it’s nine postponed surgeries, not eight, as the ABC reports,” Mr. Tilkeridis told NeosRead More →

ISLAMABAD: Maroof International Hospital successfully performed its first pediatric cardiothoracic surgery on a six-month-old child. The child had a hole in the septum that separates the two lower chambers of the heart, also known as a ventricular septal defect, Maroof Hospital spokeswoman Rubina Afzal said in an interview with theRead More →

Life-saving heart surgery for children is being scrapped at the last moment, causing desperate families agony as Victoria’s health system introduces tough new Covid rules that halt some operations. Little Esmee-Rose Gregory, 3, has been waiting for life-changing open-heart surgery since December, but her surgery has been canceled five times.Read More →

Although many people born with congenital heart defects develop resilience and have a high quality of life, they may face a variety of health-related psychological and social challenges throughout their lives. According to a new scientific statement from the American Heart Association published today in Circulation: quality and cardiovascular results.Read More →

posted on Jul 10, 2022 | Author DR. ZUBAIR RASHID May 31, 2022. A melodious evening in the City of Joy. Seemingly healthy Krishnakumar Kunnath (KK) got fans singing at the Nazrul Mancha auditorium. He had complained of some discomfort during the performance but continued with the show. Nobody knewRead More →

‘Cocktail syndrome’ isn’t a phrase you might associate with a medically compromised child, but it was the words spoken by Brisbane couple Stacey and Mark Touma during their difficult journey to diagnose their son Alex. “We started doing Google searches. We were told that was what Alex had and weRead More →

The surgery is so much less traumatic and the recovery quicker than 20 years ago, but it should not – as with those solemn wedding vows – “be taken lightly”. Timing is everything, especially for those who are only moderately bothered by anything that needs fixing. Replacement of the constrictedRead More →

Chandigarh, June 30 (IANS): The Advanced Cardiac Center at the Postgraduate Institute for Medical Education and Research performed a rare, high-risk operation on a 90-year-old man, the first in the institute’s history. A team of doctors under the leadership of Yash Paul Sharma performed the very complex and life-savingRead More →

Each 39 mg/dL reduction in serum LDL (low-density lipoprotein, commonly called bad cholesterol), maintained over a five-year period, reduces the risk of death from cardiovascular disease by 20%. The Lipid Association of India, a team of physicians in the field of cardiovascular medicine, internal medicine and pharmacology, recommends that screeningRead More →

Accelerate research and development of software that uses mammograms to identify potential cardiovascular issues New Zealand-based Volpara Health Technologies has announced a new research and development collaboration with Microsoft to accelerate the creation of a product that detects and quantifies mammary arterial calcifications (BACs). The product will build on Volpara’sRead More →

Single-nucleus RNA sequencing in a newborn pig model showed increased cell cycle activity and proliferation in cardiomyocytes, which helped remuscularize the left ventricle after an experimental heart attack. Single-nucleus RNA sequencing in a newborn pig model showed increased cell cycle activity and proliferation in cardiomyocytes, which helped remuscularize the leftRead More →

A research team was able to describe the process underlying the contribution of a certain protein in blood vessel cells to the development of vascular and cardiovascular diseases. Researchers discover a new way to treat cardiovascular disease. Vascular and cardiovascular diseases are strongly influenced by a particular protein present inRead More →

Doctors at Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar Memoria Hospital performed a rare and extremely complex heart operation on a 23-year-old woman who suffered from both blood-related heart disease and rare heart disease. Doctors from the Cardiac, Thoracic and Vascular Surgery Department operated on the unidentified patient who was a sickle cell patientRead More →

During our elementary school years, my brother, Paul, and I took a variety of summer classes—art, tennis, swimming, and horseback riding—and lessons at the local museum. A nearby public swimming pool and a small park and its tadpole-laden creek were within walking distance of the house. I enjoyed our staysRead More →

DECISIVE MARKETS INSIGHTS has released the latest market research report on the global market. This market report includes a comprehensive market analysis of the untapped opportunities that have emerged due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Moreover, it provides key insights into the creative strategies implemented by major industry players amid theRead More →

A 16-month-old toddler is desperate for a transplant after battling cardiac arrest and open-heart surgery. Terry Archbold and his wife Cheryl first thought their daughter Beatrix might have contracted covid-19 when she lost her appetite and became lethargic. The family, from Burnopfield, County Durham, had just returned from a tripRead More →

Kyleigh, who lives near Johannesburg, South Africa, enjoyed her first trip to Boston. Kyleigh Kista underwent three open-heart surgeries in the first 18 months of her life. But instead of progressing, her health was rapidly deteriorating when she reached the age of 3. Her doctors said there was nothing elseRead More →

INTERMITTENT fasting is an increasingly popular weight-loss strategy. Beyond weight loss, however, the diet has promising benefits that may reduce the risk of developing certain lifestyle-related chronic diseases. In this honest nutrition article, we explain everything you need to know about intermittent fasting and whether it’s worth it. Intermittent fastingRead More →

Gerald (third from left) at an event to announce support for his foundation Former Ghanaian-born Germany international Gerald Asamoah has embarked on a project to provide adequate healthcare to children with congenital heart conditions. The Gerald Asamoah Foundation for Children with Heart Disease, in partnership with German nonprofit Kinderherzen, visitedRead More →

Former Ghanaian-born Germany international Gerald Asamoah has embarked on a project to provide adequate healthcare to children with congenital heart conditions. The Gerald Asamoah Foundation for Children with Heart Disease, in partnership with German nonprofit Kinderherzen, visited the National Cardiothoracic Center in Ghana to engage stakeholders on how they couldRead More →

With the death of KK singer from cardiac arrest that has left the country in shock, top experts have warned of India’s susceptibility to heart disease which is 2-3 times higher in percentage compared to to Western countries. Singer and songwriter Krishnakumar Kunnath, known by his stage name KK, diedRead More →

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 →