cardioprotection

cardioprotection

Cardiology Therapy to prevent heart disease–eg, use of beta blockers to ↓ mortality and recurrent coronary events after acute MI, rather than to treat angina or HTN. See Myocardial infarction.
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"Giving patients light therapy for a week before surgery could increase cardioprotection. Drugs could also be developed that offer similar protections based on these findings.
Whether or not HT should be considered for cardioprotection remains unresolved (and controversial).
Thus, 6-8 hours of sleep per night appears to be the sweet spot in terms of cardioprotection.
The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions recommends prechemotherapy cardioprotection. For patients with established CAD and without contraindications, adding or continuing ACEI and beta-blockers (preferably carvedilol or nebivolol) may provide additional cardioprotection.
ASCEND provided no support for a recent report suggesting the benefit of low-dose aspirin for cardioprotection is largely confined to individuals weighing less than 70 kg (Lancet.
"Greater focus on cardioprotection might be warranted in people with early-onset type 1 diabetes," the authors write.
Angiotensin receptor blockers have various beneficial effects like cerebroprotection, cardioprotection and nephroprotection15.
Effect of alternate-day fasting on weight loss, weight maintenance, and cardioprotection among metabolically healthy obese adults: a randomized clinical trial.
And, they found also that a single workout can provide cardioprotection for two to three hours, and that longer-lasting benefits emerge 24 hours after the exercise has finished.
Recent studies proved that the beneficial effect of MSC in cardioprotection is contributed to paracrine effect.
Postischemic treatment with anesthetic agents, such as remifentanil, sevoflurane, and morphine, has been suggested to induce cardioprotective effects in normal rats [10-12], while additional studies have shown that the cardioprotection of ischemic postconditioning and some anesthetic treatment may be blocked or abrogated in pathological conditions such as diabetes, hypercholesterolemia, and hyperglycemia [10-13].