cardiovascular disease

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An increase was observed in number of surgeries performed for cardiovascular diseases caused by the recent growth of people suffering from cardiovascular disorders in the country, according to the Azerbaijani Health Ministry.
Despite stiffening of arteries and the aorta are important signs of progression of hypertension, which raises the risk of heart attacks, stroke and other cardiovascular disorders hookah smoking remains more popular, due to marketing efforts as well as social trends.
The market major drivers are increase in incidence of chronic diseases such as diabetes, cardiovascular disorders, and cancer, rise in awareness about rapid tests owing to the test convenience, and low cost of the tests.
It may subsequently lead to imbalance in vasoconstriction and vasodilatation which are associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular disorders.1,2
Patients with diabetes have a heightened risk of developing several cardiovascular disorders, such as hypertension, stroke, coronary heart disease, cardio myopathy, congestive heart failure and coronary heart disease.
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Also, 934 clinical trials were underway worldwide at the close of the third quarter 2017, with more than 53 percent of those in oncology and nearly 10 percent in cardiovascular disorders.
Drug Therapy Management Series Part I: Cardiovascular Disorders Credits: 5.0 ACPE UPN:0372-0000-14-032-H01 (P/T)
The company is a specialty pharmaceutical company with a substantial commercial business in China and a product portfolio spanning major therapeutic markets including oncology, infectious diseases and cardiovascular disorders.
Qaraqe held the Israeli prison authorities responsible for Hamdouni's death, saying the casualty was not treated for the critical cardiovascular disorders he had been suffering from despite his frequent cries for help.
Most of cardiovascular disorders start long before the overt clinical manifestations occur.
Previous research suggests that sleep irregularities can increase people's risks for a variety of cardiovascular disorders, such as clogged or hardened arteries, high blood pressure, irregular heartbeat and stroke, as well as metabolic problems such as high cholesterol, obesity and diabetes that all contribute to cardiovascular disease.
Favorable outlook toward the medical nutrition market in light of increasing applications for the treatment of malnutrition and cardiovascular disorders is likely to spur the market, the report said.
The study published Monday in ( JACC: Basic to Translational Science analyzed data from a vast commercial database of drug development activity focusing on all drugs intended to treat cardiovascular disorders that entered Phase 1 clinical trials from Jan.
For patients with cardiovascular disorders, adherence to medication goes a long way in ensuring that their health is in its tiptop condition.
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