Here is a quick reference guide to help you learn the more relevant changes in a few words.
The female heart is at risk in each stage of their life. This is how natural physiological changes affect it from puberty to menopause.
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If used along spirometry, the novel ESI index can become a useful marker of emphysema severity.
One of the challenges to study SDC is that to get valuable data it is necessary to observe a large and stable population for many years. Fortunately, researchers never give up to fight this problem.
This clinical trial analyzed the cardiovascular effects of extreme stress tests on soccer players to try to find a possible relationship between blood pressure changes and heart rate variability.
This clinical trial demonstrates that spirometry is a simple, yet powerful test, to distinguish these diseases early.
These are some of the novelties that are improving the lives of cardiac patients.
Is there is a relationship between BP overreaction when standing and major cardiovascular events?
Summary of the most anticipated trials presented at 2022 ESC Congress.
Can accelerated decline in lung function predict cardiovascular events? This is what the ARIC study found.
We have selected some of the most relevant points to give you a broad overview of changes and additions in a few words
A summary of novelties and changes 2022 AHA/ACC/HFSA Guideline for the Management of Heart Failure
Some relevant aspects of the 2022 Guide for the management of patients with Spontaneous Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Although spirometry has proven to be very useful for researching and keeping under control chronic diseases, such as asthma, this diagnostic tool is underutilized in many countries.
This blog is a summary of some of the findings reached during a workshop organized by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (September 2020). The topics to be discussed were the still unknown aspects about the autonomous neural mechanisms of cardiopulmonary
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The COVID-19 pandemic garnered attention of health matters, which alarmingly reversed the progress that had been made in providing essential services to reduce the incidence of tuberculosis.