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How Kazakhstan and Russia are meeting the challenge of CVD prevention (Mon, 15 Dec 2014 10:15:00 GMT)

“Kazakhstan and Russia continue to face a major challenge in combating the huge impact of cardiovascular diseases. However, as shown in these reports, they are observing signs of change and improvement and a light at the horizon of preventive cardiology!” Prof. Joep Perk, EFESC, EACPR Prevention Implementation Committee chair." Read the reports

Discover scientific sessions at EuroPRevent which dig deeper into the challenges in CVD prevention that different countries face.

Topics: Cardiovascular Disease Prevention - Risk Assessment and Management
Yoga has the same potential as exercise to reduce the risk factors of cardiovascular disease (Mon, 15 Dec 2014 15:05:29 GMT)

Following a systematic review of 37 randomised controlled trials, investigators from the Netherlands and USA have found that yoga may provide the same benefits in risk factor reduction as such traditional physical activities as biking or brisk walking.

Topics: Cardiovascular Disease Prevention - Risk Assessment and Management
Heart failure with preserved ejection fraction – state of the art (Thu, 11 Dec 2014 11:28:30 GMT)

Discussion of diagnosis, assessment and treatment of heart failure with preserved ejection fraction underlines the need for further clinical research in this area.

Topics: Echocardiography (Non-invasive imaging), Heart Failure (HF), Non-invasive imaging: Echocardiography, MR/CT, Nuclear
EHRA EUROPACE - CARDIOSTIM 2015: Submit your abstract (Mon, 20 Oct 2014 11:25:36 GMT)

Be part of the top European electrophysiology congress in 2015 by submitting an abstract to EHRA EUROPACE – CARDIOSTIM 2015.

Topics: Arrhythmias, Atrial Fibrillation
Heart disease patients advised to avoid being outside in rush hour traffic (Mon, 08 Dec 2014 10:50:57 GMT)

Experts recommend reducing air pollution exposure and decreasing use of fossil fuels: Obese people and those with diabetes may be at higher risk of the cardiovascular effects of pollution, while air pollutants may exacerbate and instigate the development of risk factors such as high blood pressure and impaired insulin sensitivity. Read the paper.

Topics: Cardiovascular Disease Prevention - Risk Assessment and Management