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00:00 EDT 23rd September 2017 | BioPortfolio

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Friday 22nd September 2017

Bat can vary heart rate by 800 BPM

Body:  Researchers studying a species of bats in Panama found the creatures can vary their heart rates from more than 1,000 beats per minute (BPM) when flying to 200 BPM when resting.“One moment they are a Mercedes tearing up the race track and chewing through fuel, the next they are a Mazda 3 going down the highway with maximum fuel economy,” Kyle Elliott, an ecophysiologist at McGill Un...

Transradial catheterization could permanently damage blood vessels

Transradial cardiac catheterization—an in vivo procedure that can diagnose and treat

Damage done to bodies after years of smoking could be reversed, ACS states

Primary Asset: Body:  Some of the body’s negative reactions to smoking—a risk factor for six of the world’s eight leading causes of death—could be reversible, new research from the American Chemical Society (ACS) states.Even after using tobacco for years, male test subjects displayed improved

Lawsuit: St. Jude waited years before recalling faulty defibrillators

Thursday 21st September 2017

Scientists discover way to convert 'bad' body fat into calorie-burning fat

Primary Asset: Body:  Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have discovered a way to convert “bad” fat—the kind that accumulates around our stomachs, hips and thighs—into “good” fat, which helps to burn calories and generate heat, initiating what could be a novel treatment for obesity.Sound too good to be true? In a way, it is—so far, this res...

Women significantly more likely to die during AVR surgeries

Is fasting before a lipid panel necessary?

Consuming nothing but water for eight to 12 hours before a lipid panel has been common practice, but do patients really need to go hungry?

Study explores predictors of clinical restenosis in newer, bioresorbable scaffolds

New research published in the Journal of the American College

Cognitive decline associated with type 2 diabetes could be managed with early intervention

New research from the American Di

Produce carts seeing increased health benefits for low-income customers

Researchers who surveilled of a handful of “Green Carts” in lower-income regions of New York a

Medtronic announces longer-term clinical study of TAVR system

Medtronic has announced a new study to evaluate its next-generation transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) system in everyday cli

Wednesday 20th September 2017

Cardiac adrenaline boost from e-cigarettes tied to nicotine

Nicotine in electronic cigarettes boosts the cardiac adrenaline levels of users, which could

20-year study examines predictors of heart disease, PAD

Although coronary heart disease (CHD) and

An alternative to pacemakers? Ablation method treats sinus bradycardia

A new approach to treating symptomatic sinus bradycardia (SB) led to increased

Discussing the underlying causes of overtreatment

Recent research from PLOS One estimates half of a

Review suggests whole grains might not be as heart-healthy as we think

Primary Asset: Body:  We all know whole grains are our best dietary bet for staying healthy—right?One University of Warwick physician in the U.K. has suggested eating a diet rich in whole grains actually hasn’t been proven to be beneficial to heart health, Reuters reports. Karen Rees, PhD, recently published a research review in the Cochrane Library concluding any past experiments te...

Abbott's PA sensor system is clinically proven to work—but how safe is it?

Recent studies have proven Ab

Survey: 31% of U.S. children are overweight or obese

The 2016 National Survey of C

Tuesday 19th September 2017

8 things to know about income, demographic trends for U.S. cardiologists

Income for American cardiologists continues to rise, with private physicians closing the gap on their integrated counterparts.

Weekly exenatide injections have no impact on cardiovascular outcome in diabetics

After testing a once-weekly injectable form of glucose-lowering drug exenatide o

Adherence to medications post-MI is below 50%; beta-blockers offer little incremental benefit

Based on clinical guidelines, three therapies are often prescribed together following acute MI:

Americans are self-monitoring blood pressure more often—if they're married

More Americans are mon

Scientists dissect the reasons behind sudden cardiac death in triathlons

Triathlons could be risky for athletes with

AHA, ACC launch 'capstone' accreditation program for cardiovascular care

Regional Hospital of Scranton (Pennsylvania) is the first hospital in

Researchers confirm link between retinal vein occlusion, heart attack

In a large, retrospective study of the Taiwan population, researchers found individuals with retinal vein occlusion (RVO) demonstrated an ad


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