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This technique is based on perfusing ex vivo whole heart or a slice of cardiac tissue with fluorescent dyes.
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Bio-Medicine.Org 03/20/2019 08:27
Cardiac arrhythmias signs or symptoms may include shortness of breath, fainting, loss of heart function, breathing, and consciousness that leads to death within minutes unless the person receives emergency medical treatment to restart the heart.
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500 patients with definitive diagnosis will be recruited consecutively from 10 major arrhythmia centers distributed in 6 areas in China.
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The ECG method, which does not require two hands could be used by drivers, athletes, and the military, was revealed at EHRA 2019, the annual congress of the European Heart Rhythm Association (EHRA) of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC.
More from Medical Devices Business Review: 03/18/2019 14:24
(Natural News) The body needs some salt to function, that’s a given – but too much of it can be detrimental to health. One of the potential health risks of high salt intake is the increased risk of cardiovascular diseases, especially high blood pressure, heart attack, and stroke. A recent study published in the journal...
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MobiHealthNews 03/18/2019 12:29
This weekend, Stanford Medicine researchers presented the long-awaited results of the Apple Heart Study, which explored the performance of the Apple Watch’s heart rate sensor and an accompanying algorithm in detecting potential arrhythmias.
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