cardiac event

cardiac event

Coronary event Cardiology Any severe or acute cardiovascular condition including acute MI, unstable angina, or cardiac mortality
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based in Buffalo Grove, Illinois, is the nation's leading provider of cardiac event monitoring services for the detection of arrhythmia.
But progression of coronary sclerosis (mean 903-1,193) was documented in the other seven patients: Two had a major cardiac event, including a fatal myocardial infarction and a percutaneous revascularization procedure.
When the definition of cardiac event was expanded to include cardiac procedures and silent MI, the adjusted relative risk was 2 for patients with MAC, he said.
Of the patients with equivocal (n equals 15) or abnormal (n equals 17) scans, the cardiac event rates were 13 and 71 percent respectively.
MIAMI BEACH -- The Framingham risk score can identify those blacks at a higher versus those at a lower risk for a cardiac event, according to a study presented at a meeting of the International Society on Hypertension in Blacks.
3 months of follow-up, there was no significant difference in cardiac event rates between the 19% of low-risk patients with an abnormal SPECT exam and the 81% with a normal SPECT study, Dr.
Headquartered in Buffalo Grove, Illinois, LifeWatch is the nation's leading independent provider of cardiac event monitoring services for the detection of arrhythmia.
Hospital admission of low-risk cardiac patients, which are defined as those who are eventually discharged without experiencing a cardiac event, costs the U.
n this study, risk was highest for those who experienced their first cardiac event at a young age (7 years or younger), those with a QTc of more than 500 milliseconds, and those with an LQT2 or LQT3 genotype.
Instromedix is a world leader in telecardiology, specializing in non-invasive, portable cardiac event monitoring and pacemaker follow-up equipment.
Demographic factors and other risk factors did not influence the risk for a significant cardiac event.
Additionally, patients with multi-vessel disease, meaning they had blockages in more than one artery (37 per cent of the total study population), experienced a 34 per cent reduction in their risk of a major cardiac event (p=0.