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Heart Attack Symptoms and Signs
Recent guidelines outlined by the American Heart Association (AHA) for treatments used by emergency and critical care medical practitioners on heart attack patients has lead to substantial improvements in survival rates.
A study has found that heart disease patients are not aware of heart attack symptoms, which leads to increased risk of late heart attack treatment.
Future problems of patients after a heart attack can be predicted if the heart's relaxation capacity can ben monitoried.
A new study has found that women with coronary artery disease are significantly less likely than men to be treated with medications to prevent heart attacks.
As these plaque deposits accumulate, they reduce blood flow to the heart, possibly causing intermittent chest pain called angina, and increasing the likelihood of a heart attack.
A new saliva test may one day be handy for anyone to be able to tell if someone is having a heart attack. The quicker a person is diagnosed with a heart attack the better the odds that they can survive.
Scientists have begun the world's first clinical trial to treat heart attack patients with a special type of stem cell to promote better healing and to prevent congestive heart failure, which many patients develop following a heart attack.
Risk of sudden cardiac death increases following a heart attack, but the factors that predict such deaths change over time.
New study shows there is no much added benefit from use of home automated external defibrillators for patients that are at risk for heart attack.
Percutaneous coronary intervention is the best treatment for heart attack when performed rapidly.
Although drug-eluting stents have become widely used for the treatment of stable coronary artery disease, many cardiologists choose bare-metal stents for patients with heart attack.
A specific signaling protein is crucial to protecting the heart and helping it to adapt during a heart attack.
Doctors Need To Ask If Cocaine Was Used When Patients Show Signs And Symptoms Of Heart Attack.