Genetic testing for risk of Heart Disease: fact or fiction? (23 Feb 2012)

>>Professor Humphries: Well, thanks very much, Audrey. And thanks for the opportunity to present some of our work to you today. So you’ve seen up here on the […]

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23 minutes – the story of a real heart attack, Oxford

it was just totally out of the blue the faster that we are able to get that vessel open the better the outcome will be I had a […]

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Diabetes: Risk for Heart Attack and Stroke

Diabetes is the leading cause of heart disease and strokes. Elevated blood fat levels are very important in the risk for cardiovascular disease. It’s been shown that more […]

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Role of Genomics in Precision Medicine for Cardiovascular Disease

Well the development of very high throughput genotyping platforms has allowed our lab to investigate hundreds of thousands of patients with EKG phenotypes that are risk factors for […]

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Cholesterol Rx and Stroke: The Effects on Older Patients

If you have to take a pill for high cholesterol, it would be nice to know that it does double duty. New evidence suggests that for healthy older […]

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“Cardiovascular Assessment” by Brienne Johnson, RN, BSN, CPON, CCRN

Cardiovascular Assessment by Brianne Johnson. Healthcare workers in all healthcare settings should always adhere to the latest World Health Organization guidelines on hand hygiene and barrier precautions before […]

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Aortic Valve Disease, Animation

the aortic valve serves to ensure one-way flow of oxygen-rich blood from the left ventricle to the aorta and to the body it opens when the left ventricle […]

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A Gut Check Could Predict Heart Attack

Blockages in the abdominal aorta may be able to warn doctors of heart attack risk. I’m Erin White and this is a dailyRx Minute. The abdominal aorta is […]

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