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Study: Radiation drives up cardiac event risk for lung cancer patients
Radiation treatment may help rid patients of lung cancer, but it works at the risk of bringing on equally serious cardiovascular conditions, a new study show.
Cardiac events, stroke lead to loss of work, reduced income
Cardiovascular disease and stroke are the most common causes of death worldwide, resulting in hospitalization, disability and loss of income. For example, one-third of heart attacks, 25 percent of strokes and 40 percent of cardiac arrests occur in people of working age under age 65.
Stay safe from cardiac arrest
With youngsters becoming more prone to sudden cardiac arrest, it is advisable that everyone over the age of 30 undergo an annual preventive cardiac check.
Men with cardiac arrest more likely than women to receive CPR in public
America's hang-ups over sexuality and gender could cost women their lives when their heart suddenly stops, a new study suggested.
Beware! Cardiac disorders increase in winter, could even be fatal
The cold weather in winter can lead to cardiac problems which could be deadly, particularly for those who are already suffering from a heart condition. It has been observed that there is a spike in the number of cases in heart attacks during winter season
Study: Epinephrine increases survival after cardiac arrest
Cardiac arrest patients who receive epinephrine (adrenaline) within five minutes of their heart stopping are more likely to survive than those who don't receive the drug within that time frame, according to a new study.
Use of statins before cardiac arrest may aid survival afterwards
Patients who have been taking statins are likely to survive longer after a cardiac arrest than those who are not taking them, according to research from Taiwan researchers presented during the Resuscitation Science Symposium at the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions 2016.
Kids with cardiac arrest less likely to survive CPR at night
Hospitalized children who have suffered cardiac arrest have lower chances of surviving when CPR is performed on them at night than at other times of the day, a new study finds.
Study: Doctors give up on cardiac arrest patients too quickly
New research suggests doctors may be jumping the gun when judging that cardiac arrest patients will not recover if they do not come out of induced comas within two days of having a heart attack, the long-time standard for such recovery.
Preventive treatment for sudden cardiac death
More than 15 years ago, David Warshaw, PhD, and coworkers discovered the precise malfunction of a specific protein in the heart that leads to hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, a common culprit in cases of sudden death in young athletes.
Glucose levels linked to cardiac surgery outcomes
For patients undergoing cardiac surgery, hyperglycemia is associated with worse outcomes for patients without diabetes, but with better outcomes for patients with insulin-treated diabetes, according to a study.
Cardiac tissue grown on spider silk substrate
Genetically engineered fibers of the protein spidroin, which is the construction material for spider webs, has proven to be a perfect substrate for cultivating heart tissue cells, MIPT researchers found.
Rehabilitation prevents 26% of cardiac deaths
Rehabilitation prevents 26 percent of deaths caused by heart diseases, said head of Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation.

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