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the new ibeat heart watch raises the alert if your heart rate falters



tom petty died of cardiac arrest. what does that mean?




tom petty died monday at age 66 in los angeles after entering cardiac arrest. "he suffered cardiac arrest at his home in malibu in the early hours of this morning and was taken to ucla medical center but could not be revived. he died peacefully at 8:40p.m. pt surrounded by family, his bandmates, and...



sex unlikely to stop your heart—but if it does, your partner may let you die




enlargegetty | ullstein bildshare this storyyour next romp with a paramour may blow your mind, but it’s unlikely to stop your heart, according to research presented this weekend at the american heart association’s scientific sessions 2017 in anaheim, california.that’s the good news. the bad ne...



sexual activity rarely a heart-stopping activity




anaheim, california, nov. 12, 2017 -- sexual activity is rarely associated with sudden cardiac arrest, a life-threatening malfunction of the heart's electrical system causing the heart to suddenly stop beating, according to preliminary research presented at the american heart association's scientifi...



calls for restrictions on ibuprofen after cardiac arrest link




there are calls for tighter restrictions on the sale of all over-the-counter painkillers in australia after an international study found a significant link between ibuprofen use and cardiac arrest. a 10-year danish study of nearly 30,000 patients found the use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug...



cardiac arrest on plane journeys: new guidelines proposed




new guidelines to deal with the in-flight emergency of cardiac arrest in a passenger or crew member are being proposed at this year's euroanaesthesia meeting in geneva (3-5 june). the task force that has created the guidelines is led by professor jochen hinkelbein, university of cologne, germany and...



'harmless' painkillers associated with increased risk of cardiac arrest




sophia antipolis, 15 march 2017: painkillers considered harmless by the general public are associated with increased risk of cardiac arrest, according to research published today in the march issue of european heart journal - cardiovascular pharmacotherapy.1non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (nsa...



two critical procedures that can reduce sudden cardiac arrest deaths




according to estimates from various researches 60 per cent of deaths in hospitals due to myocardial infarctions (mi) are sudden. but the majority of sudden cardiac events happen outside the hospital, usually at home. a sudden cardiac arrest is when the heart stops beating due to a disruption in the ...



obesity, other risks play large role in sudden cardiac arrest among the young




image: 'one of the revelations of this study is that risk factors such as obesity may play a much larger role for the young who die from sudden cardiac arrest than... view more credit: cedars-sinailos angeles (feb. 12, 2018) -- obesity and other common cardiovascular risk factors may play a greate...



study: ibuprofen poses major cardiac arrest risk




ask anyone, and there’s a good chance they’ve casually taken a tablet or two of ibuprofen to stave off a headache or other minor ailment. the general perception is that ibuprofen is a pretty safe drug, the small risk of stomach ulcers aside, and that’s why it is available in large quantities f...



sridevi's death: what causes sudden cardiac arrest and how to deal with it




following the death of the veteran actress, sridevi, of sudden cardiac arrest, many people are left with confusion and anxiety over the cause of it. lack of proper knowledge has left many people in shock over the suddenness of it. dr kk aggarwal, padma shri awardee, president heart care foundation o...



rocker tom petty dead at 66: family confirms




rocker tom petty died monday after suffering a cardiac arrest, his family confirmed, hours after news organisations retracted unconfirmed reports of his death. tom petty, the heartland rocker whose classic melodies but dark storytelling created a string of hits over four decades, died monday of card...



one in five witness someone collapse who requires cpr but the majority do not ac




an estimated one in five adults in the uk witness someone collapse who needs immediate cpr, yet the majority of people do not act, according to new research funded by the british heart foundation (1). the surprising findings have been released today on restart a heart day - an annual day to increase...



research shows low chance of sudden cardiac arrest after sex




a small percentage of sudden cardiac arrest events are related to sexual activity, but survival rates in those cases remain low, according to a research letter published today in the journal of the american college of cardiology and presented at the american heart association's scientific sessions 2...



brief cardiac arrest? tend to the heart, but don't neglect the brain




image: dr. asaf gilboa, the paper's senior author, scientist at the rri and assistant professor of psychology at the university of toronto. view more credit: provided by baycrest health sciencespatients who survive a brief cardiac arrest and who appear neurologically intact should nonetheless rece...



rocker tom petty dead at 66: family confirms




rocker tom petty died monday after suffering a cardiac arrest, his family confirmed, hours after news organisations retracted unconfirmed reports of his death. om petty, the heartland rocker whose classic melodies but dark storytelling created a string of hits over four decades, died monday of cardi...



research targets long-term brain deficits in cardiac arrest survivors




new orleans, la - research conducted by jason middleton, phd, assistant professor of cell biology and anatomy, and neuroscience at lsu health new orleans school of medicine, and colleagues may lead to a treatment to prevent long-term sensory problems by restoring normal brain function in survivors o...



man flown to hospital after being pulled from water at shelly beach




a 67-year-old man was rushed to hospital after suffering cardiac arrest at shelly beach in manly on friday morning.emergency services were called about 8.30am to reports a man had a heart attack while in the water. a man has been flown to hospital after going into cardiac arrest at shelly beach. ph...



mri may predict neurological outcomes for cardiac arrest survivors




image: functional mri activation (shown as red-orange) as seen in a representative healthy control subject (left), a cardiac arrest patient who had a good functional outcome (middle), and a cardiac arrest... view more credit: radiological society of north americaoak brook, ill. - mri-based measure...



three men suffer cardiac arrest after falling unconscious in broken hill shed




emergency services have rushed to a property in broken hill in far-western nsw where three people have been found unconscious inside a shed.a spokesman from fire and rescue nsw said crews using breathing apparatus entered the shed just before 5pm on thursday afternoon.despite "quite difficult access...



automatic external defibrillators save lives in amateur sports and fitness cente




barcelona, spain - 27 aug 2017: automatic external defibrillators (aeds) save lives in amateur sports and fitness centres, according to research presented at esc congress today.1 the 18 year study found that survival from cardiac arrest reached 93% in centres equipped with an aed. "sudden cardiac de...



prehospital supraglottic airway is associated with good neurologic outcome in ca




des plaines, il-- with the adjustment of postresuscitation variables, as well as prehospital and resuscitation variables, the prehospital use of supraglottic airway (sga) is associated with good neurologic outcome in cardiac arrest victims, particularly in those who receive cpr. that is the primary ...



penn study finds men are more likely to receive cpr in public than women




philadelphia--when it comes to your likelihood of receiving bystander cpr if you experience a sudden cardiac arrest (sca) in public, it turns out your gender may play a lifesaving role. according to a new study from researchers in the center for resuscitation science at penn medicine, which is being...



ibuprofen and other pain meds linked to cardiac arrest




ibuprofen and other common painkillers are linked to an increased risk of cardiac arrest, according to a new danish study published in the european heart journal—cardiovascular pharmacotherapy. the authors say these drugs should be used with caution and that people with heart problems may want to ...



flirtey launches the first drone-based defibrillator in the us




coming a couple years after we saw concepts detailing such a device is the us’s first defibrillator delivered via drone. the drones will be fitted with easy-to-use equipment that gives anyone near a reported cardiac patient the chance to save their life, though it obviously won’t be a substituti...