CVD


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CVD

Abbreviation for:
cardiovascular disease (Medspeak-UK)
carvedilol
cerebrovascular disease
chronic valvular disease
chronic venous disease
cisplatin, vinblastine, dacarbazine
clinical valve dysfunction
collagen vascular disease
coronary vascular disease

CVD

Cardiovascular disease, see there.

cardiovascular disease

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CVD

Any disease of the heart or blood vessels, including atherosclerosis, cardiomyopathy, coronary artery disease, peripheral vascular disease, and others.
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They believe their findings can be applied globally as the role played by physical activity in CVD is common to all populations.
In contrast, those in the highest third of CVD risk, by both Framingham and ASCVD scores, had significantly lower CVD event rates on aspirin with similar rates of bleeding.
Your decision to start ASA should be based on a discussion with your doctor that includes an assessment of your CVD risk and potential harm versus benefit.
The LABA and LAMA associated CVD risk remained significant, regardless of patient's CVD history and COPD exacerbations.
Participants with a high level of fitness also had a 61% lower risk of death from CVD without depression (HR, 0.39; 95% CI, 0.31-0.48), compared with those who had low fitness levels.
Mentioning that treatment of cardiovascular disease can be expensive, Dr Fatimi reminded that poor communities also suffer the indirect costs of CVD such as premature mortality, morbidity and severe compromise in terms of earning potential.
while treatment of cardiovascular disease can be expensive, and poor communities also suffer the indirect costs of CVD such as premature mortality, morbidity and lost earning potential.' The only way to cope with the imminent tidal wave of heart failure patients, he said, is to pay greater attention to preventive efforts and provide a financial safety-net for those who cannot afford treatment.
Comprehensive management of DM should include treatments of comorbid conditions, including dyslipidemia, hypertension, and cardiovascular complications.[3] Among these comorbid conditions, cardiovascular complications are the leading causes of mortality and morbidity.[4],[5] Although other risk factors such as hormone levels and race could also play a role,[6],[7],[8] dyslipidemia has been identified as one of the major risk factors for cardiovascular disease (CVD) in DM patients.[8] Effective management of lipid levels contributes to the early-prevention of CVD [9] and is recommended for managing DM.
New York, US-based chemical vapor deposition systems and materials provider US-based CVD Equipment Corp.
The greatest increase in cardiovascular disease (CVD) prevalence in the world during 2014-2016 was in Europe (38.8 per cent) and Middle East and Africa (16.6 per cent), said Aetna International, a UK-based health care benefits provider.
High consumption of soy has been hypothesised to be protective against cardiovascular disease (CVD); however, results of clinical studies assessing the association have been inconsistent.