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Archive for February, 2015

Advanced Emergency Care will worsen theCondition of Cardiac Arrest Patients


Date: February 10th, 2015

Cardiac arrest patient compared to the basic life support

According to a research there is an advanced life support that is typically given by paramedics to cardiac arrest patients that may cost lives more than just saving them. The right treatment may just be CPR and that is enough from paramedics or from medical technicians, after which the patient must be brought to the hospital right away. Survival is not the basic life support more than the advanced life support which is now being questioned in a pre-hospital care that aims to improve the result of a cardiac arrest patient compared to the basic life support according to the study.

Diabetic Patients Are Facing Greater Risk of Heart Damage


Date: February 9th, 2015

There is a new sensitive test that Johns Hopkins researchers have discovered. According to them, patients who are diabetic might have 6 times the risk of having a heart failure even if they do not suffer from a cholesterol problem and even if they appeared to be healthy. The results of this newest study have suggested that patients with diabetes and those with pre-diabetes might be suffering from it without being detected, but they have the possibility to have heart muscle damage according to the researchers.

People with Common Irregular Heartbeat are increasing with ER visits


Date: February 8th, 2015

There has been a sharp boost with the quantity of Americans looking for an immediate care for heart rhythm disorder or better known as atrial fibrillation according to a fresh study. Atrial fibrillation is one of the most common types of irregular heartbeat and it can lead to blood clot, heart failure, heart associated problems and stroke according to experts.

Scientists Explains the Effects of Bacterial Pneumonia to the Heart


Date: February 7th, 2015

Doctors have just discovered a bacterial pneumonia that can raise the risk of heart problems, but there is a new research that points out the reason. The bacteria may essentially invade & kill the heart cells, thus elevating the probabilities of heart failure, abnormal heart rhythms & heart attacks too in people according to the report.

Women with Heart Disease are at Low Risk whenever they Give Birth


Date: February 6th, 2015

According to health news just in November 19, women with congenital heart ailments are less prone to risk for heart related complications every time they give birth. This was according to a new study conducted just recently. The researchers have analyzed the data coming from the 2.7M women who gave birth in California, but this data doesn’t include the 3,200 people who had congenital heart disease & the 248 of which with complex congenital heart ailment. This means that the condition was more progressive and they have had a heart surgery when they were still kids.