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 →

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 →

Amid the ongoing invasion of Ukraine, the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) said it has suspended memberships in the Russian Society of Cardiology and the Belarusian Society of Cardiologists. And cardiologists from Russia or Belarus are banned from any ESC event. High-sensitivity troponin I jumps after heart surgery must beRead More →

Doctors at a hospital Kalyan successfully performed open heart surgery on Dinkar Patil (56) with a heart attack due to Triple Vascular Disease (TVD) which led to blockage of blood vessels. The patient was rushed to the hospital with complaints like chest pain, palpitations and chest heaviness. After the surgery,Read More →

This article was originally published here Int J Nurs Sci. 2021 Dec 20;9(1):86-91. doi: 10.1016/j.ijnss.2021.12.003. eCollection 2022 Jan. ABSTRACT OBJECTIVES: This study aimed to assess the level of resilience and associated factors in patients with coronary artery disease. Methods: Cross-sectional analysis was used to determine factors associated with resilience level.Read More →

Watch out for congenital heart disease in babies! Although congenital heart disease is considered the most common cause of birth defects in newborns, many parents can be concerned about their baby’s heart health. Many congenital heart disease can be diagnosed early with the fetal echocardiography method, which examines the baby’sRead More →

Posted on Dec 14 2021 | Author Dr Tasaduk Hussain Itoo Heart disease includes a range of conditions that affect the heart such as – coronary artery disease (disease of the blood vessels of the heart), cardiac arrhythmias (problems with the rhythm of the heart), congenital heart disease (innate heartRead More →

Suppressing the pro-inflammatory complement pathway using sutimlimab, in addition to other measures, may help prevent red blood cell destruction in patients with cold agglutinin disease (CDD) undergoing surgery major, suggests a recent case report The study, “Sutimlimab, an investigational C1s inhibitor, effectively prevents exacerbation of hemolytic anemia in a patientRead More →

McLaren Flint’s Award-Winning Cardiac Program Offers Comprehensive Treatment Options November 17, 2021 Author: Sherry Farney Heart disease has been and continues to be the leading cause of death in the United States for both men and women, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Decades ago, McLaren FlintRead More →

November 15, 2021 The chance to be closer to home brought Dr. Phillip Burch to Children’s of Mississippi. Now as the head of pediatric cardiothoracic surgery, he wants children and families across the state to have the same opportunity of care. Burch, from Alabama, joined the Heart Center leadership teamRead More →

TUESDAY, Nov. 2, 2021 (HealthDay News) – Chest pain or discomfort can extend beyond the chest, and patients with this pain should seek immediate medical attention, according to a clinical practice guideline issued by the ‘American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology and published online Oct. 28 inRead More →

BILL Clinton’s hospitalization this week with a reported sepsis infection comes after several life-threatening medical issues and a history of health issues. The former president, 75, was hospitalized in Orange, California on Tuesday with an “infection,” his spokesperson said. 2 Bill Clinton was hospitalized this weekCredit: Getty 2 Bill andRead More →

image: Overview of the main results of the study. The results illustrate a significantly increased risk of maternal and neonatal complications as well as a significantly increased risk of recurrence of congenital heart disease in children of mothers with congenital heart disease. seen Following Credit: European Heart Journal According toRead More →

health conference: with Dr Johannes Marisa Last Wednesday was World Heart Day where the global community paid attention to heart disease and the range of associated health issues. The day is commemorated to promote different preventive steps and lifestyle changes to avoid cardiovascular disease, such as heart attack, stroke, heartRead More →

Hyderabad: Modern lifestyle risk factors such as smoking, alcohol, poor physical activity, stress, anxiety, and poor diet increase the risk of coronary artery disease. “Nearly 70 to 80% of heart disease is preventable through regular heart examinations, early identification of risk factors and modification of risk factors and major lifestyleRead More →

Open heart surgery is an incision made through the breastbone, also known as the breastbone, which is then pulled apart. This form of opening is called a full or midline sternotomy. After the operation, the sternum is closed with stainless steel threads and the skin is sutured. Image Credit: MAD.vertiseRead More →

This article was originally published here Cardiol Young. Sep 27, 2021: 1-6. doi: 10.1017 / S1047951121003887. Online ahead of print. ABSTRACT INTRODUCTION: Congenital heart disease (CHD) is the most common birth defect. Patients with coronary artery disease have a higher morbidity and mortality rate and are at greater risk ofRead More →

A type of heart disorder that affects the heart or blood vessels. Sometimes the term “heart disease” is also used as a similar name for coronary artery disease. The most common heart disease is coronary artery disease in which the coronary arteries narrow or become blocked, it can lead toRead More →

Heart defects occur in about one percent of babies and are called congenital heart defects (CHD). About half are benign, without major disruption of normal heart function. Along with the rest, the defect is severe enough to require treatment. About a quarter of these babies have critical coronary heart disease.Read More →

In animal models, mothers deficient in iron had a significantly increased risk of having offspring with congenital heart disease (CHD). A team of researchers from the University of Oxford, funded by the British Heart Foundation, has identified a brand new risk factor for congenital heart disease (CHD). Using an animalRead More →

February 16, 2021 – In recognition of Global Congenital Heart Disease Awareness Week (CHD), HD Medical Inc. announced that it has screened more than 50,000 children for congenital heart disease using HD Steth, a stethoscope compatible with ECG and artificial intelligence (AI). These screenings have been carried out in severalRead More →

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 →

The most common birth defects are congenital heart defects (CHD). These abnormalities occur when there is an inability of the heart or its major blood vessels to form properly during embryonic and/or fetal growth and development. They can range from simple holes in the cardiac septum, or narrow valves, toRead More →

February is American Heart Month. Implemented speak National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, American Heart Month is designed to raise awareness of heart issues and encourage everyone to adopt heart-healthy behaviors, such as healthy eating, blood pressure and cholesterol control, and exercise. Alexander (Sacha) Opotowskyassociate professor at Harvard Medical SchoolRead More →

Rising temperatures resulting from global climate change could increase the number of infants born with congenital heart defects (CHDs) in the United States over the next two decades and could result in up to 7,000 additional cases over an 11-year period in eight representative states (Arkansas, Texas, California, Iowa, NorthRead More →