Mothers living near more intense oil and gas developmental activities are 40-70% more likely to have children with congenital heart defects, according to a new study by researchers at the Colorado School (CHD ) than those living in areas of less intense activity. of Public Health. “We observed that moreRead More →

© iStock/wildpixel Health Europa presents recent research on the long-term effects of congenital heart defects on infants and their mothers. Congenital heart defects – which include Ebstein’s anomaly, aortic valve stenosis and tricuspid atresia – are the most common birth conditions and affect around 1% of all newborn babies. Fortunately,Read More →

A new market study, titled “Global Valvular Heart Diseases Treatment Market Research and Forecast, 2018-2023” was featured on WiseGuyReports. Valvular heart disease characterized by a defect or damage in one of the four heart valves, namely mitral, aortic, tricuspid or pulmonary. Adult heart surgery such as the treatment of valvularRead More →