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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After grouping patients by genetic risk, researchers then evaluated the role of statin therapy in reducing the risk of a cardiac event in each group.
It was found that people who received the flu shot has a 36 percent lower risk of a major cardiac event (heart attack, stroke, heart failure, or death from cardiac-related causes) one year later.
812 Table 3--Results of Final Multivariate Logistic Regression Model used to test the independent association of the input variables with positive cardiac event outcome [beta]-coefficient OR 95% CI for OR p-value LAD at 1-year 0.
Over 1 year, patients with the abnormal T-wave patterns were about twice as likely as other patients to have a cardiac event that necessitated a defibrillator.
6 years of follow-up, 397 volunteers died and 383 experienced a cardiac event such as a heart attack or heart failure.
If cardiac risks rank high, consider an AED but also examine other strategies that minimize cardiac events, strategies like CPR-trained staff and effective screening of potential clients to minimize the risk of a cardiac event.
We'll look at four major SCD case categories here, and attempt to place the problem in perspective--in terms of what we now know and what we still need to discover to identify and treat those at risk before a devastating cardiac event occurs.
Although no heart attacks were reported among the subjects during the study period, specific increases in certain blood proteins that are associated with increased heart attack risk and higher death risk from a cardiac event were observed in the hours after the marathon.
The cardiac event recording services industry is fragmented and characterized by a large number of smaller regional hospital and home care service providers.
CHICAGO -- The high cardiac event rate in women with long QT syndrome drops dramatically post menopause, according to a registry analysis.
A cardiac event occurred in 54 patients during 180 days of follow-up, 37 occurring within the first 30 days.