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Month: December 2018

Cancer patients undergoing heart procedure at greater risk of complications

A recent study has found that patients with cancer are more at risk of complications following a heart procedure. The study, led by Keele University, has been published in the European Heart Journal. Percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) is the most common interventional treatment undertaken Read More

Understanding modifiable risk factors in younger heart patients, finds study

Researchers at American College of Cardiology have stressed on highlighting the importance of ditching cigarettes in younger heart patients. According to the findings of their latest study, heart attacks reoccurred more frequently in younger patients with several modifiable risk factors, including smokingand high blood pressure. The Read More