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Hospital halves cardiac arrests as NHS uses smarter technology to save lives and improve care

Lives are being saved through the NHS’s use of smarter technology, including the introduction of a ‘game changing’ cancer treatment which reprogrammes patients’ own immune cells, NHS England Chief Executive Simon Stevens will announce today.

By Perry Sundberg on 23rd May, 2018

How Duke of Edinburgh’s stent treatment could unblock arteries in heart patients

Doctors are investigating whether a procedure undergone by the Duke of Edinburgh is effective in unblocking the arteries of heart failure patients.

By Perry Sundberg on 23rd May, 2018

WHO calls for trans fats to be eliminated within five years

GENEVA (Reuters) - The world could eliminate industrially-produced trans fats by 2023, the World Health Organization said on Monday, unveiling a plan that it said would prevent 500,000 deaths per year from cardiovascular disease.

By Perry Sundberg on 23rd May, 2018

Obesity tied to risk of irregular heart rhythm in both genders

(Reuters Health) - Both men and women who are overweight or obese may be more likely to develop an irregular heart rhythm condition known as atrial fibrillation than their counterparts who maintain a healthy weight, a recent study suggests.

By Perry Sundberg on 23rd May, 2018

People no longer being treated for irregular pulse 'may still have stroke risk'

"More than 1.5 million heart flutter patients should be on blood-thinning drugs to prevent stroke, study says," reports The Telegraph. The paper is referring to a condition called atrial fibrillation (AF), which affects around 1 million people in the UK.

By Perry Sundberg on 23rd May, 2018
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