tissue extracts were obtained by homogenizing the left ventricle samples in phosphate-buffered saline (PBS; 0.
People who have a heart attack -- in which a clot, spasm or a fatty deposit blocks the heart's blood supply -- can suffer cardiac
arrest at the time of the attack or later, when damage to the heart muscle disrupts the organ's electrical circuitry and leads to a ventricular arrhythmia.
Cassem and Hackett (1971) report that several males, in the cardiac
care unit of the hospital in which they conducted their study, were concerned with impotence.
Houston Northwest Medical Center, Houston, Texas -- Cardiac
Surgery and Heart Rhythm Disorders
Although "conditioned" skeletal muscle still tires more easily than its cardiac
equivalent, scientists no longer see fatigue as the primary roadblock to widespread clinical application of skeletal-muscle heart assists.
At present, the cardiac
primary care diagnostics segment is one of the most rapidly growing markets in the in vitro diagnostics industry, and is exhibiting enhanced focus on point-of-care testing (POCT).
PDSHeart President and CEO Sean Heyniger said, "CardioNet's technology is the next generation of remote cardiac
telemetry, representing the future of this industry.
arrest is not the same as a heart attack.
In addition, the Paceart Get Connected Edition further expands coverage of Medtronic implantable cardiac
devices that can transfer follow-up data from the Medtronic CareLink[R] programmer directly into the Paceart system.
com and click on "The Larry King Cardiac
Rhythm Management Market provides an overview of the trends and technologies that have shaped market revenue, market share, and implantation rates in the individual segments of the CRM market.
s (OTCBB:CAMH) non-invasive Microvolt T-Wave Alternans (MTWA) Test[TM] with traditional, invasive electrophysiology (EP) tests in patients with a history of ischemic heart disease at high risk for sudden cardiac
LOS ANGELES -- The Larry King Cardiac
Foundation brings its mission of "Save a Heart a Day" to Los Angeles with a fundraising gala, Tuesday, Nov.
At AHA, Philips revealed the industryeIUs smallest transducer for 4D cardiac
ultrasound imaging in infants and children to help cardiologists accurately view a patienteIUs cardiac
structure and blood flow by improving access to the heart.
has joined Pacific Coast Cardiology as a non-invasive cardiologist specializing in advanced cardiac