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Cardiac Death During Triathlon 'Not Rare' - Medscape



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Cardiac Death During Triathlon 'Not Rare' 
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Autopsy reports were available for 61 racers and showed cardiovascular abnormalities in 27 (44%). Of those, 18 were found to have significant atherosclerotic coronary artery disease, defined as >50% narrowing in the left main coronary artery or >70% in ...

 


Scientists dissect the reasons behind sudden cardiac death in triathlons - Cardiovascular Business



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Scientists dissect the reasons behind sudden cardiac death in triathlons 
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Presence of established cardiovascular disease or abnormalities could be a factor in predicting the health and abilities of a triathlon participant, the authors wrote. Of 61 autopsy reports they were able to obtain, 44 percent of subjects had ...
Deaths, cardiac arrest not rare in triathlon participants Medical Xpress

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Early-Onset Preeclampsia Linked to Cardiac Remodeling - Medscape



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Early-Onset Preeclampsia Linked to Cardiac Remodeling 
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Early-onset preeclampsia presenting before week 34 of pregnancy is a more severe form of the disease, but its relevance on cardiac abnormalities in the postpartum period in comparison with later-onset preeclampsia is not clear, the researchers note.

 


Cardiac Arrests Occurring During Triathlons Not Rare - The Cardiology Advisor (registration)



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Cardiac Arrests Occurring During Triathlons Not Rare 
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Forty-four percent of the decedents had clinically relevant cardiovascular abnormalities at autopsy, most often atherosclerotic coronary disease or cardiomyopathy. HealthDay News ? The incidence of deaths or cardiac arrest is 1.74 per 100,000 USA ...

 


Leafy greens may contribute to a healthy heart - Medical News Today



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Leafy greens may contribute to a healthy heart 
Medical News Today
LVH tends to affect adults, but the researchers decided to study this heart structure in young people because cardiac abnormalities that begin in childhood tend to predict the risk of cardiovascular disease in adulthood. To the best of the authors ...

 


Hospitals frequently fail to perform follow-up imaging after vascular surgery - Cardiovascular Business



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Hospitals frequently fail to perform follow-up imaging after vascular surgery 
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... then determine if surveillance is actually needed to prevent complications,? she wrote. ?Owing to such low compliance, we really do not know the yield of finding abnormalities on the imaging scans, which could then be addressed to prevent ...

 


Irish-led study finds link between blood vessels and schizophrenia - Irish Times



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Irish-led study finds link between blood vessels and schizophrenia 
Irish Times
Blood vessel abnormalities in the brain may play a major role in the development of schizophrenia, a study led by Irish researchers has concluded. The discovery is likely to open up a new front in the ... This could involve treating brain disorders in ...
Major breakthrough identifies new mechanism for the development of schizophrenia Science Daily
Brain blood vessels key to schizophrenia Irish Health

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Former Edison football star's foundation focused on preventing sudden cardiac death - MyCentralJersey.com



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Former Edison football star's foundation focused on preventing sudden cardiac death 
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The screenings ? the most recent of which was held in January ? look for major abnormalities known to cause sudden cardiac death, which affects an average of 1 in 100,000 student-athletes nationwide each year. Results of the screenings are given to ...

 


Dublin-based scientists make breakthrough schizophrenia discovery - IrishCentral



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Dublin-based scientists make breakthrough schizophrenia discovery 
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Scientists from Trinity College Dublin (TCD) and the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) have discovered that abnormalities of blood vessels in the brain may play a major role in the development of schizophrenia, a debilitating condition that ...

 


Cardiologs Raises $6.4 Million to Lead the AI Revolution in Cardiology - Business Wire (press release)



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Cardiologs Raises $6.4 Million to Lead the AI Revolution in Cardiology 
Business Wire (press release)
The Cardiologs solution is CE-marked and has been approved to detect up to 100 cardiac abnormalities in Europe. Currently, the detection of 10 significant arrhythmias is available in the United States, which covers most clinical cases of ambulatory ECG ...

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