coronary heart disease

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a heart disease due to an abnormality of the arteries that supply blood and oxygen to the heart

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Additional data showed that those women who had had an early miscarriage in a previous pregnancy were more likely than other new mothers to have died from or been hospitalized with ischemic heart disease between 1981 and 1999.
In a multivariate analysis extensively adjusted for potential confounders, several classic signs of aging proved unrelated to the risk of future ischemic heart disease.
In a multivariate analysis adjusted for potential confounders, several classic signs of aging proved unrelated to the risk of future ischemic heart disease.
In patients with ischemic heart disease and heart failure, treatment with autologous [derived from the same individual] bone marrow mononuclear cells (BMCs) has demonstrated safety and has suggested efficacy.
The results support findings from a previous study by the investigators, which showed that complications during a first live birth were associated with an increased risk for maternal ischemic heart disease later in life.
Ischemic heart disease followed the same general pattern, although admission numbers were statistically insignificant in Hong Kong.
MUNICH--Treatment with quinine increased the mortality of heart failure patients who also had ischemic heart disease and received a beta-blocker by a statistically significant 16% in a study of more than 136,000 Danish heart failure patients during 1997-2010.
Treating subclinical hypothyroidism with levothyroxine was found to decrease the rate of ischemic heart disease in patients aged 40-70 years, the first evidence ever to be published regarding the benefit of treatment on "hard" clinical outcomes.
Women in the study were more likely to have non-ischemic heart disease, a disorder typically characterized by inflammatory scarring of the heart muscle, while men had a greater likelihood of ischemic heart disease - otherwise known as coronary artery disease - where narrowed arteries restrict the flow of blood and oxygen to the heart.
Passchier, published in the March 2000 issue of EHP Supplements, notes that "there is sufficient scientific evidence that noise exposure can induce hearing impairment, hypertension and ischemic heart disease, annoyance, sleep disturbance, and decreased school performance.
5 times the risk of dying from ischemic heart disease as workers of similar ages from a nearby gas plant.
Thomas Glover, president and chief executive officer of Vasomedical, commented, "Once again data from the PEECH trial strongly illustrates the beneficial role that EECP([R]) therapy can play in patients with ischemic heart disease, such as heart failure and angina.
SAN DIEGO -- Psoriasis is not an independent risk factor for ischemic heart disease, based on Framingham Risk Scores from an analysis of 1,338 patients.
SAN DIEGO -- Psoriasis was not an independent risk factor for ischemic heart disease, based on Framingham Risk Scores in nearly 1,000 psoriasis patients.
The women in this study had cardiac disease, including adult congenital heart disease (ACHD) and valvular or ischemic heart disease (V/HD); factors that would place them in a "high-risk" category for both pregnancy and surgical tubal ligation.