Drinking three of coffee, tea every day may reduce the risk of stroke: Study
AFib is the most common heart rhythm disorder, causes the heart to beat rapidly and skip beats, and if left untreated, can cause strokes. The results suggest that caffeine intake of up to 300 mg per day may be safe for arrhythmic patients. "There is a public perception, often based on anecdotal experience ...
Cardiac Rhythm News - 13 April 2018
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Implantation of world's smallest pacemaker in Super Speciality Hospital
Dr. Sushil Sharma, HOD Cardiology, GMC, Jammu under the guidance of renowned cardiologist and electro physiologist Dr T.S Kler conducted the first leadless percutaneous permanent pacemaker implantation in a patient, who was admitted to the hospital after cardiac arrest with abnormal heartbeats.
New leadless pacemakers carry reduced risks of complications and are less invasive
In a standard system, the pacemaker is implanted under the skin just below the collarbone. A lead (wire) extends to the patient's heart. The new leadless pacemaker does not have any wires. It also is miniaturized so the electronics, battery and delivery system are contained in one unit the size of a large ...
Cardiac Rhythm News - 29 March 2018
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New Syncope Guidelines Take Aim at ED Bottleneck
BARCELONA, Spain — About half of all people will have an episode of syncope in their lifetime, and up until now, an equal number in any part of the world will have been admitted to the hospital, even if risk for recurrence is low.
European Journal of Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology - Volume 4 Issue 1
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Bradyarrhythmias and pacemakers
Bradyarrhythmias are heart rhythms with a rate of <60 beats/min, commonly due to conduction abnormalities in the heart such as sinus node disease or atrioventricular block.1 There is increased risk of sudden cardiac death due to slowing or stopping of the heart, and of falls, especially in older people, due to fainting.
For a woman with fainting spells, her dog is her lifesaver
In our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, Adele is a specially trained cardiac alert dog, who would jump into action whenever her owner's blood pressure dropped. Read the Full Transcript. Hari Sreenivasan: One Massachusetts service dog is now a trained lifesaver. Adele is one of the first cardiac ...