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For HIV patients at risk for heart disease and stroke, good preventive care may be hard to come by

By AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION NEWS

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Rob Quinn suspected something was wrong when he started to feel out of breath. He was in his mid-50s and in relatively good health. But he knew breathing problems could be a sign of heart disease, which his father had died from years […]

A los pacientes que viven con VIH que tienen riesgo de enfermedad cardiovascular les puede ser difícil tener cuidados preventivos adecuados

Por AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION NEWS

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Rob Quinn sospechó que algo andaba mal cuando empezó a faltarle el aire. A sus cincuenta y tantos años, su salud estaba bastante bien. Pero sabía que los problemas respiratorios podrían ser una seña de enfermedad del corazón. A su padre le había […]

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Awardee has seen stroke treatment transform

By AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION NEWS

The patient, young and pregnant, arrived at the hospital with a severe stroke. She couldn’t speak, comprehend or move the right side of her body.

When Jeffrey Saver, M.D., started his career decades earlier, there would have been little he could do to help the woman. […]

August 10th, 2017|Categories: Health, Prevention, Stroke|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on Awardee has seen stroke treatment transform

Stroke patients treated faster when hospitals use proven strategies

Stroke patients got the critical medication they needed faster at hospitals where basic communications were improved and other research-based tactics were used, according to new research evaluating treatment at hundreds of hospitals.

Speed of treatment has been proven to be vital after stroke, saving lives and helping survivors avoid long-term […]

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Stroke patients fare better in hospitals speeding care

Hospitals that used key strategies, tools and approaches from the Target: Stroke initiative sped up treatment times, which was associated with fewer stroke patients having complications or dying, according to a science report presented at the American Stroke Association’s International Stroke Conference 2014.

Target: Stroke is a national quality initiative that […]

UCLA, UC-Denver, Miami to collaborate on new ASA-Bugher Stroke Centers

Three respected universities have been chosen to lead the next chapter of the groundbreaking collaborative research program designed to find new ways to prevent, diagnose and treat stroke – the second-leading cause of death in the world.

The University of California at Los Angeles, the University of Colorado at Denver […]