• September 19, 2021

When does the first signs of heart disease start?

After a heart attack or stroke, it can be hard to remember when the condition began.But a new study shows that a person’s ability to remember that a condition has started is related to the degree of the damage.Researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill found that a participant’s ability, or lack…

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How to spot a heart vessel that’s too small to get a heartbeat

Posted May 12, 2018 12:13:33A woman who suffered a heart attack and died from pneumonia in September is thought to have contracted a rare blood-clotting disorder, researchers said.The New York Times reported Tuesday that doctors found the woman, who died Sept. 18, had a large blood clot near the left ventricle.She had the disorder, called…

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How to repair damaged heart vessel

When a blood vessel ruptures, it can be a life-threatening condition.In the case of a heart valve, the rupture can cause the valve to become blocked or ruptured and block the flow of blood from the heart to the brain.If this happens, blood flow to the heart and other parts of the body can be…

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Heart vessel anatomy revealed in stunning new study

From the heart to the liver to the heart valves, vessels can function like a computer and control the flow of blood through the body.But in a new study, scientists have shown that the organs of the body can also function like computer systems.It is this insight that allowed the team to understand how heart…

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What to know about clotting disorders and clotting therapy

The most common clotting disorder in the UK is called alveolar ablation, a surgical procedure that involves opening the small intestine and removing blood vessels from the surrounding organs.It is a common treatment for people with severe hypertension and congestive heart failure, who also have a number of other health problems.It also reduces the amount…

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