Printer Friendly

Articles from Heart Advisor (April 1, 2008)

1-17 out of 17 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
'Broken heart syndrome' mimics heart attack symptoms: the condition usually strikes women during a time of extreme stress. However, the symptoms typically vanish without causing lasting harm. Clinical report 529
2-in-1 test predicts heart trouble: a heart monitor test can gauge potentially life-threatening problems. Clinical report 436
Ask the doctor. Cho, Leslie 610
Ask the doctors. Francis, Gary S.; Bhatt, Deepak L. 644
Beta-blockers can be heart health lifesavers: these drugs can help restore normal heart function in patients with heart failure or who have suffered a heart attack, but they are not for everyone. Brief article 245
Common heart defect identified as stroke risk in elderly: Cleveland Clinic expert hopes new finding will lead to screening for patent foramen ovale in older adults with unexplained strokes, because effective treatments exist. Clinical report 814
Diabetics benefit from statin therapy. Brief article 138
Early ablation may lessen need for ICD shocks: the procedure could reduce the discomfort caused by implanted cardioverter defibrillators in some heart attack patients. Clinical report 866
Exercise strengthens muscles weakened by heart failure: increase your stamina and reduce fatigue with a customized program of aerobic exercise and strength training. 500
Filtered indoor air healthier for older hearts. Brief article 130
Heart disease: not a big problem for women? Statistics actually show that women are five times more likely to die of heart disease than breast cancer. Clinical report 290
Hypertension drug also may fight atherosclerosis. Brief article 137
Increase your exercise capacity to boost longevity. Brief article 105
Long-term cognitive function similar with stenting or CABG. Brief article 113
Lower your blood pressure while you sleep: an evening dose of antihypertensive drugs may help your blood vessels relax and improve your kidney function. 532
Omega-3s may reduce your risk of recurrent heart attacks: the best way to get them is by eating fatty fish--but not all fish are created equal. Report 624
Statins lower stroke risk after bypass surgery: five to 15 percent of patients suffer a stroke after CABG surgery; statins lower LDL cholesterol to reduce that risk. 580

Terms of use | Privacy policy | Copyright © 2020 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters