Know Your Risk for Heart Disease
Several health conditions, your lifestyle, and your age and family history can increase your risk for heart disease. These are called risk factors. About half of all Americans (47%) have at least 1 of 3 key risk factors for heart disease: high blood pressure, high …
In patients with severe cardiac disease, carefully titrate IV fluids to avoid inducing congestive heart failure from fluid overload. Patients will vary in how much fluid and at what rate they can tolerate. Guide fluid administration by monitoring any of the following: systemic
Specific Cardiac Diseases
This disease is characterized by the progressive loss of myocyte number and/or function and a decrease in cardiac contractility. Several forms of secondary DCM exist (eg, taurine deficiency in cats, doxorubicin- or parvovirus-induced in dogs).
Cardiology (from Greek καρδίᾱ kardiā, “heart” and -λογία-logia, “study”) is a branch of medicine that deals with the disorders of the heart as well as some parts of the circulatory system.The field includes medical diagnosis and treatment of congenital heart defects, coronary artery disease, heart failure, valvular heart disease and electrophysiology.
11 Possible Heart Symptoms You Shouldn’t Ignore
But if you have heart disease or know you’re at risk, pay special attention to the possibility. If you have a long-lasting cough that produces a white or pink mucus, it could be a sign of heart
Coronary Artery Disease vs. Congestive Heart Failure: …
Coronary artery disease (CAD) and congestive heart failure are two common heart conditions. They share many of the same risk factors. And some treatment approaches are helpful for both. But they also differ in important ways.
Cardiac Disease after Pregnancy: A Growing Problem
Whether the pregnancy complication induces cardiac disease or whether the pregnancy stress unmasks an underlying predisposition remains unclear. However, improved survival following severe pregnancy complications for both the mother and, in particular, the offspring – who is often born preterm – has resulted in a growing cohort of individuals who carry this increased cardiovascular risk.
FETAL CARDIAC DISEASE: THE PATHOLOGIST’S …
FETAL CARDIAC DISEASE: THE PATHOLOGIST’S PERSPECTIVE – Volume 24 Issue 2 – MICHAEL ASHWORTH
cardiac disease in pregnancy
· cardiac disease in pregnancy 1. Cardiac Diseases in PregnancyCardiac Diseases in Pregnancy 2. Objectives:Objectives: Normal Physiology during pregnancyNormal Physiology during pregnancy Cardiac TestingCardiac Testing Common
Cardiac amyloidosis in valvular heart disease
Cardiac amyloidosis in valvular heart disease Council on Valvular Heart Disease webinar Tuesday, 13 April 2021 from 18:00 to 19:00 CEST 13/04/2021 18:00 13/04/2021 19:00 Europe/Paris Cardiac amyloidosis in valvular heart disease Access event page
Labor and Delivery with Cardiac Disease
Labor and Delivery with Cardiac Disease Labor and Delivery with Cardiac Disease The Northwestern Medicine Heart Disease and Pregnancy Program uses a multidisciplinary plan formulated by maternal-fetal medicine (high-risk obstetrics), cardiology, and anesthesia to anticipate problems that may occur during delivery for women with known cardiac disease.
Cardiac disease in pregnancy
· CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIAS Serious Atrial fibrillation Atrial flutter assosiated with underlying cardiac disease Management same in pregnant & non pregnant 13. PERIPARTUM & POSTPARTUM CARDIOMYOPATHY Rare No etiological factor found No underlying cardiac disease Symptoms of cardiac decompensation appear during last weeks of pregnancy or ( 2-20wks) postpartum.
Depression and Anxiety in Cardiac Disease
Epidemiology Among patients with heart disease, such as coronary artery disease or heart failure, depression and anxiety disorders are extremely common. In these populations, 20% to 40% have elevated depressive symptoms, and 15% to 20% suffer from MDD. 1-3 Anxiety may be even more common than depression.
Cardiac Disease in the Young
· Cardiac disease in young trained athletes – Article by Circulation Journal on insights into methods for distinguishing Athlete’s Heart from Structural Heart Disease. Sudden death in young people – Informational article by the Mayo Clinic on common heart problems that cause sudden death in the young, their causes, symptoms, prevention, and risk factors.
Role of Yoga in Cardiac Disease and Rehabilitation : …
Cardiac Disease Effect Autonomic dysfunction Increased heart rate variability, increased vagal output, decreased sympathetic arousal Arrhythmias Reduced atrial fibrillation episodes, decreased atrial fibrillation-related symptoms and anxiety, reduced number of