Displaying items by tag: division of cardiovascular disease

In a study of more than 6,000 American adults, UAB investigators found that those with a coronary artery calcium score greater than zero have a higher risk of cardiac events. CAC may help guide blood pressure control and comprehensive cardiovascular care.
A study conducted by UAB investigators has outlined that deaths due to mitral regurgitation are increasing in the United States since 2012, after a continuous decline for 14 years.
A study conducted by UAB investigators has outlined that deaths due to acute respiratory failure are increasing in the United States, and this disproportionately impacts Southern states and racial minorities.
A study conducted by UAB investigators has outlined that Black individuals are disproportionately affected by COVID-19, and there are key geographic differences in health determinants in the United States.
A study conducted by UAB investigators has outlined that Black individuals with heart failure have a worse prognosis, even after achieving biomarker-based heart failure treatment targets.
There is a narrow window of opportunity for successfully treating major cardiovascular events, and patients risk serious consequences if they wait for symptoms to get worse before seeking medical attention.
A study conducted by UAB investigators shows that nearly a third of non-Hispanic Black young adults nationwide have hypertension, and the control of high blood pressure in all young adults is only 10 percent.
ACCSAP is the American College of Cardiology’s self-assessment program covering the entire field of adult clinical cardiology. Bittner has been with UAB since 1987.
A study conducted by UAB investigators has outlined the importance of strict blood pressure control in the development of atrial fibrillation, which can lead to poor outcomes such as stroke, heart attacks and death.

“Broken heart syndrome” is a common name for stress-induced cardiomyopathy.

A mouse-model study of the sensor will aid the search for treatments to delay human heart failure, which often follows a heart attack.
In a clinical trial conducted at UAB, investigators have outlined the mechanisms behind lower natriuretic peptide levels in African Americans and racial differences in response to high-carbohydrate challenge.
A study conducted by UAB investigators reports a decline in cholesterol levels since the 2013 cholesterol guidelines, but more needs to be done in the way of improving cardiovascular health.
Trussville resident and World War II veteran Chuck Tompkins has no intention of slowing down, even after undergoing a TAVR procedure.
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