(https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/08/190831155847.htm) Participants or family members were interviewed by the research team every two years until 2013 to uncover the occurrence of cardiovascular
events and death.
Ilori quoted WHO to have said that over 75 per cent of premature deaths from these diseases are preventable and as such, there is the need for regular cardiovascular
risk assessment for adults above age 40 or those with relatives with a history of CVDs to curtail them.
The incidence rate of dementia was 3.2 (95 percent confidence interval [CI], 2.5 to 4.0) per 1,000 person years for those with poor cardiovascular
health, and absolute rate differences were −1.5 (95 percent CI, −2.3 to −0.7) and −1.9 (95 percent CI, −2.8 to −1.1) per 1,000 person-years for the intermediate and optimal cardiovascular
Information System (CVIS) is a system that provides easy access to cardiovascular
electronic medical records (EMR) in images, reports, and waveforms in multiple locations in the real-time, which facilitates virtual cardiac care.
The trial met its primary endpoint, defined as non-inferiority for linagliptin versus glimepiride in time to first occurrence of cardiovascular
death, non-fatal myocardial infarction or non-fatal stroke (3P-MACE), which occurred in 11.8% (356 people) of the linagliptin group compared to 12% (362 people) of the glimepiride group.
Randomized trials in Mediterranean countries and observational studies have previously linked a Mediterranean diet to reductions in cardiovascular
disease, but the underlying mechanisms have been unclear.
An increased risk of cardiovascular
adverse events and cardiovascular
death was seen in COPD patients in the highest quintile of plasma cardiac troponin concentrations at baseline, results of the analysis show.
According to a global observational study present in the journal- The Lancet, people who consumed three servings of whole fat dairy per day had lower rates of mortality and cardiovascular
disease compared to those who consumed less than 0.
'For people with busy lives, sleeping may feel like a waste of time but our study suggests that short sleep could be linked with future cardiovascular
disease, ' said Moa Bengtsson, author of the study which was recently presented at a meeting in Germany.
[USA], May 29 ( ANI ): Sex hormone levels may affect risk of cardiovascular
disease in post-menopausal women, according to a study.
HIV-positive people run a higher risk of both cardiovascular
(heart) disease and kidney disease than people without HIV.