Technology is always advancing. It’s transformed the way we live and operate. Thinking back only about a decade ago, we all used simple cell phones, with most video and media consumption occurring on our tv’s and desktop computers. Flash forward… Read More
Immediate sudden cardiac arrest treatment is key to preventing death when unexpected loss of heart function occurs. There are specific guidelines when treating those who have sudden cardiac arrest, as well as tips to prevent the risk of such a… Read More
Sudden cardiac arrest refers to the sudden and unexpected loss of heart function, breathing, and consciousness. It’s important to note that sudden cardiac arrest is different from a heart attack. In a heart attack, blood flow to the heart is… Read More
Delirium after cardiac surgery is linked to prolonged loss of cognitive function. The findings of the study suggest that interventions to prevent delirium in advance of surgery could help cardiac patients avoid long-term cognitive consequences.
Co-lead author Jane Saczynski explained… Read More
Dehydration can lead to kidney stones, kidney failure, and cardiac arrest. The risk of dehydration is much higher in the summertime, as the weather is hotter and people are outdoors and being active more often. While running low on… Read More
With the use of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) data heart attack damage to the left ventricle can be better analyzed. By being able to pinpoint specific damage after a heart attack, better treatment can be prescribed to encourage proper healing.… Read More
We need to keep tabs on our heart health and take preventative measures to keep our ticker strong.
Sudden cardiac death is the most common cause of natural death in the United States, accounting for approximately 325,000 adult deaths per… Read More
As concern increases around the world about the consumption of sugar and obesity, The World Health Organization (WHO) confirms that cutting sugar can lead to weight loss. Recently, the WHO has gone so far as to say that free sugars… Read More
Cardiovascular diseases are recognized as a prime cause of mortality in most countries around the world. The symptoms of these diseases are often left undetected for years and thus eventually result in a heart attack, cardiac arrest, or stroke.… Read More