Bills’ Damar Hamlin speaks publicly for 1st time since cardiac arrest

Damar Hamlin released a video Saturday in which he says he’s thankful for the outpouring of support and vows to pay it back, marking the first time the Buffalo Bills safety has spoken publicly since he went into cardiac arrest and needed to be resuscitated on the field in Cincinnati on Jan. 2. Noting he … Read more

Too few patients have cardiac rehabilitation after an acute coronary syndrome

Clémence Grave of Public Health France and her colleagues studied, using health insurance data, all people hospitalized for ACS between 2009 and 2021. They were interested in being sent to cardiac rehabilitation in the six months following the ACS – which is recommended to reduce morbidity and mortality. They observed an increase, but starting from … Read more

An ultrasound patch for real-time cardiac imaging

A simple wearable patch for continuous, real-time cardiac imaging? This is what a team specializing in ultrasound is working on. The ultrasound can provide detailed images of your heart, but the massive size of the devices makes them unusable for continuous monitoring – let alone outside of the hospital. However, this technology could be much … Read more

Heart: what is the difference between heart attack, infarction and cardiac arrest?

The infarction is an occlusion or a threat of occlusion of one of the arteries of the heart. It is manifested by a pain in the chest which appears suddenly. Unless there are complications, the infarction does not lead to loss of consciousness. Heart pain can radiate into the shoulder, arm, and jaw. It is … Read more

Why women are less likely to survive cardiac arrest

Women who have cardiac arrest outside of a hospital setting are less likely to receive resuscitation from bystanders, according to new research published in European Heart Journal. The researchers, led by cardiologist They have Tanfrom the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands, found that men and women did not receive equal treatment when they suffered … Read more

Experiencing Cardiac Arrest, Women’s Risk of Death is Higher Than Men, Why?

Cardiac arrest is different from a heart attack. JAKARTA — Sudden cardiac arrest or sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) is responsible for around six million deaths per year in the world. According to studies, the risk of death from SCA is higher in women than men. SCA occurs when a heart rhythm disturbance or arrhythmia causes … Read more

Experiencing Cardiac Arrest, Women’s Risk of Death is Higher Than Men, Why?

Cardiac arrest is different from a heart attack. REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA — Sudden cardiac arrest or sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) is responsible for around six million deaths per year in the world. According to studies, the risk of death from SCA is higher in women than men. SCA occurs when heart rhythm disturbances or an arrhythmia … Read more

China’s outbound tourism continues to heat up, injecting a “stimulant” into the recovery of the global tourism industry – Teller Report Teller Report

  China News AgencyBeijing, January 11th: (Economic Observer) China’s outbound travel continues to heat up, injecting a “stimulant” into the recovery of the global tourism industry Author Liu Wenwen Recently, as China resumes its citizens’ outbound travel in an orderly manner, outbound travel continues to heat up. While many airlines are deploying international and regional routes … Read more