Misalignment of sleep timing associated with metabolic risk factors, even after adjustment.
The medications are associated with reduced odds of kidney failure and death compared with angiotensin II receptor blockers.
Drugs administered in patients with uncontrolled BP for levels not linked to immediate CV risk.
Left ventricular hypertrophy is associated with a 4.5 times increased risk of rapid kidney function decline.
A low protein diet of vegetable proteins along with reduced intake of specific micronutrients should be recommended to stage 3-4 CKD patients, researchers say.
As of 2014, rate is 16.8% but big socioeconomic disparities remain.
Both associated with increased aortic stiffness, renal injury, incident cardiovascular events
Each standard deviation increment in pulse pressure and pulse wave velocity is associated with an 11% and 7% increased risk of CKD, respectively.
Long-term statin treatment cut the rates of major adverse cardiovascular events by 20.5%, all-cause mortality by 28.6%.
Higher urinary potassium excretion, not sodium excretion, tied to lower risk of primary end point.
Macrolides were linked to small, but significant, chances of sudden cardiac death.
Evidence of myocardial scarring often appearing on scans, even if no attack was reported.
Risk of CVD was lowered by 25%, while all-cause mortality risk was reduced 27%.
Significant association found in patients with diabetic nephropathy.
Study finds a 42% increased risk of death from coronary heart disease and 68% increased risk of sudden cardiac death.
The odds of major adverse cardiac events were 46% to 76% higher in anemic vs. non-anemic patients.
Research suggests cholesterol-lowering meds linked to lower levels of influenza antibodies in seniors.
Greater risk of dying or disability seen among divorced, separated, widowed.
Based on these groupings, physicians can provide more individualized treatment.
Younger women less likely than men to be warned of risk, get same treatments or survive after MI.
Discontinuing med may boost mortality risk during recovery from non-cardiac operations.
Gout is associated with an elevated risk of comorbid conditions, especially hypertension and alcohol abuse.
Study eases concerns about the use of the anesthetic in non-cardiac procedures.
Study found awareness of thoughts and feelings was linked to lower risk for obesity.
Less frequent heparin dosing and greater adherence to guideline-recommended care.
Provides substantial atrial tachyarrhythmia suppression without any serious adverse events
RED-HF study confirms the increased stroke risk observed in TREAT.
Trends in non-statin lipid-lowering therapy use impacted by negative clinical trial results.
Blood storage duration doesn't affect complications or mortality rate among cardiac surgery patients.
Antihypertensive treatment can significantly reduce the risk of cardiovascular events in patients, but it does not restore cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk to ideal levels.
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