That wave is a small blip on the familiar trace of an electrocardiogram (EKG), and it reflects the electrical recharging of the heart
Edna is very gracious in volunteering her time to come in and talk to other heart
transplant patients and donor families to make them feel better about the process,'' Piponniau said.
Food and Drug Administration panel in December 2003 to vote against including "primary prevention of heart
attack" in the indications for use of aspirin on the medication's label.
High cholesterol, diabetes, high blood pressure, stress, lack of exercise, family history of heart
disease, and obesity are all connected and are high-risk factors contributing to heart
Of those only approximately 30% suffered a heart
Many people think a heart
attack is sudden and intense, like a "movie" heart
attack, where a person clutches his or her chest and falls over.
Fountain of the Spirit, the love at the heart
of the world.
We now know that measuring inflammation--which we can do with a simple blood test--may help physicians determine who among their patients is more prone to have a heart
Regardless of cause, the combination of depression and heart
disease is associated with increased sickness and death making effective treatment of depression imperative.
The report addressed the pharmacological treatment of patients with chronic systolic heart
failure caused when a weakened heart
muscle does not pump blood forcefully enough.
It has been used to treat millions of patients for high blood pressure and congestive heart
This prestigious exhibit, on display through Mothers' Day, May 13 2007, also includes the premier public showing of red dresses worn by some of today's most celebrated women at The Heart
Truth Red Dress Collection during New York's Fashion Week earlier this month.
While the compound didn't appear to work for that purpose, it was sufficiently promising in other ways that Pfizer launched a trial to test it against angina, chest pains that signal a dangerous heart
In the classic heart
attack scenario, the stressed-out businessman clutches his chest and collapses.
Several feet away at a monitoring console, a surgeon peers at images inside the patient's body--a beating heart
and tangle of blood vessels, magnified 10 times on a computer screen.