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November Patient e-News - 2017
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New cardiology tool predicts patient outcomes
In the first case, the cardiac arrest could be witnessed and the patient could get their heart shocked back into rhythm right away, wake up and be fine.
September Medical e-News 2017
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September 2017 Patient e-News
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Ibuprofen health warning: Cheap painkiller raises the risk of heart disease, stroke and high blood ...
Arthritis sufferers are at greater risk of heart disease and stroke if they take ... People who take ibuprofen have a 31 per cent increased risk of cardiac ...
Health MOT bid to root out 'silent killer' conditions
People could be given a health MOT in plans to cut early deaths and prevent heart disease, it is reported. Seven million people are said to be unaware they suffer from conditions including high blood pressure, high cholesterol or irregular heartbeat - with the NHS looking to increase early detection of these so-called "silent killers".
War on heart deaths: Millions to be offered tests for 'silent killer' trio of high blood pressure, cholesterol and irregular heartbeats after one in nine Britons go undiagnosed
Millions are to be offered checks at GP surgeries and pharmacies in an NHS drive to prevent heart disease and early deaths.
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August Medical e-News 2017
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ECG risk score may predict sudden cardiac arrest in certain patients
Participants in the control group had risk factors for sudden cardiac arrest, but did not have a history of ventricular arrhythmias or cardiac arrest.