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The investigators said the undertreatment of coronary artery disease in women largely stems from a failure to recognize key differences in cardiovascular risk factors and symptoms in women.
Cardiovascular health risks exacerbated by lifestyle changes caused by the pandemic will become an even more critical issue in coming years.
Since its introduction to the US market in 2003, questions have risen as to the safety, long-term consequences, and risk of cardiovascular detriments that e-cigarettes pose to users.
Rather than having an intrinsically lower risk of severe COVID-19, the patients in the study may have adhered more strictly to social distancing guidelines compared to the general population.
Three international cardiovascular outcomes trials are currently examining the cardioprotective effects of different influenza vaccine formulations.
Stroke is not among the covered diagnoses for cardiac rehab, despite many similar cardiovascular risk factors, according to the study.
Radiologists should be aware of pulmonary artery thrombosis so that they can work with pharmacists to facilitate accurate diagnoses and management techniques.
Research highlights the need for cardiologists and cardio-oncologists to be involved in the treatment of men with breast cancer due to common risk factors and potential cardiotoxic effects of treatment.
With increasing rates of diabetes and its risk factors, the researchers emphasized the urgency of developing effective interventions.
Two of the studies specifically address the concerns about the lack of women in stroke clinical trials, causing a dearth in information to ensure appropriate stroke treatment for women, which has been an issue for scientists.
The objective of this study was to determine whether age is a key factor in sex-related differences among patients who experienced a heart attack.
The study authors noted that although the Western diet does not promote good cardiovascular health, it is not clear exactly what contribution fried food might make to the risks of serious heart disease and stroke.