CVD | definition of CVD by Medical dictionary
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CVD Abbreviation for:
cardiovascular disease (Medspeak-UK)
chronic valvular disease
chronic venous disease
cisplatin, vinblastine, dacarbazine
clinical valve dysfunction
collagen vascular disease
coronary vascular disease
Any disease of the heart or blood vessels, including atherosclerosis, cardiomyopathy, coronary artery disease, peripheral vascular disease, and others.
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Most of the growth in global CVD
has been brought by heightened risk factors such as unhealthy lifestyle choices and lack of access to prevention and care.
The DP CVD
segment is envisaged to be the largest market segment during the forecast period.
Statin use reduced CVD
events, but it increased diabetes events over a period of 30 years to varying degrees, based on the diabetes risk level.
Increased emphasis on prevention and integrated approaches at the population, community and clinical levels are essential to reduce the burden of illness due to CVD
In vitro observations support a potential etiologic role for CMV in atherosclerotic CVD
The first commercial CVD
products have already hit the market.
The workshop will focus on mechanisms of environmentally related CVD
and on identifying potential environmental cardiovascular toxicants.