Tag: myocardial infarction (MI)

Knowing the signs can save your life

How Autoimmune Disorders Impact Myocardial Infarction Treatment and Long-Term Outcomes

Largest study to date finds lower intervention rates, elevated long-term mortality

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Prior Bariatric Surgery Improves Outcomes in Heart Attack Patients with Obesity

Study finds that inpatient mortality and serious complications are reduced

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Platelet Activation Differs Between Men and Women in Myocardial Infarction and Beyond

Findings in both health and MI highlight need for sex-specific pharmacotherapy research

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Post-MI Readmission Risk and Causes Vary By Time, Analysis Shows

Findings call for revisiting readmission prevention strategies

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MI in a young female

MI in a Young Female?

Think coronary artery dissection

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Intense Anger Can Increase MI Rates, Study Finds

It suggests physicians can help reduce this risk

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