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3% of the overall study cohort, had been diagnosed with a serious cardiac disease predisposing to sudden cardiac death.
Prof Nadeem Malik said the experience and knowledge had been shared regarding the repair of cardiac hole without surgery, replacement of cardiac valves, new techniques of angioplasty and latest advancement in the treatment of paediatric cardiac diseases.
Class IV (Severe): Patients with cardiac disease resulting in inability to carry on any physical activity.
In Pakistan heart disease is diagnosed in women for the first time in pregnancy1 when symptoms are triggered by increased demands on the heart and the cardiac disease is unmasked.
When the data were analyzed by type of MCI, cardiac disease was found to have no correlation with amnestic MCI but was linked to a doubling of the rate of nonamnestic MCI.
Where cardiac disease does occur, we want to focus on prompt diagnosis and the best treatment.
12 times more risk of having cardiac disease (0R=4.
We also performed a linear regression analysis in the whole study population (n = 142), which revealed a significant influence of the presence of cardiac disease (P <0.
In addition, the death-receptor-induced apoptotic pathway is reportedly involved in the pathogenesis of cardiac disease (Scheubel et al.
Ornish's hospital-based cardiac disease prevention and reversal programs are based on his research published in Journal of the American Medical Association, The Lancet, American Journal of Cardiology, and a variety of other professional publications.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention define SCD as death due to cardiac disease (or other heart abnormality) that occurs outside the hospital.
While the World Health Organization has reported a decreasing trend in cardiovascular disease for several decades, it reports an increase in the incidence of congestive heart failure (CHF) which is often the end stage of cardiac disease.