Latest Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) News
One in 4 MI survivors develop heart failure within 4 years.
Cardiovascular disease risk is elevated when low HDL-C was accompanied by LDL-C and triglycerides.
CKD patients with daily sodium above 4,548 mg may help protect their cardiovascular health by reducing sodium in their diets, researchers suggested.
Odds of non-fatal stroke are 49% higher in patients in the fourth quartile of uric acid level versus those in the second quartile.
The findings warrant reconsideration of blood pressure targets for many patients older than 75, according to an editorial.
45% of all myocardial infarctions studied were silent MIs.
Researchers say restricting sodium might backfire, but heart experts are critical of the finding.
Researchers find risk is reduced by as much as 80%.
Latest findings from national trial show it lowers chances of heart failure, even in older adults.
Odds increase with rapid rise in middle age.
Updated review and meta-analysis show beneficial effect for CABG for long-term mortality.
The number of CAC vessels allowed researchers to correctly estimate the likelihood of both coronary heart disease and cardiovascular disease.
Findings among patients on chronic antiplatelet therapy for cardioprotection.
LDL-C and triglyceride reductions depend on choice and dose of statin prescribed.
Preventing cardiovascular disease through adherence to Life's Simple 7 can also prevent the development of CKD.
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