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12-year trends in cardiovascular risk factors (2002-2005 through 2011-2014) in patients with cardiovascular diseases: Tehran lipid and glucose study.

To examine the trend of cardiovascular diseases (CVD) risk factors among a Middle Eastern population with prevalent CVD during a median follow up of 12 years.


Introduction and Update on Obesity and Cardiovascular Diseases 2018.

Pharmacological Modulation of Vagal Nerve Activity in Cardiovascular Diseases.

Cardiovascular diseases are life-threatening illnesses with high morbidity and mortality. Suppressed vagal (parasympathetic) activity and increased sympathetic activity are involved in these diseases. Currently, pharmacological interventions primarily aim to inhibit over-excitation of sympathetic nerves, while vagal modulation has been largely neglected. Many studies have demonstrated that increased vagal activity reduces cardiovascular risk factors in both animal models and human patients. Therefore, the i...


Human Emotions on the Onset of Cardiovascular and Small Vessel Related Diseases.

The aim of the present study was to examine the relation between understanding of emotions and cardiovascular related diseases, namely coronary heart disease, diabetes mellitus and obesity. The uniqueness of this study lies in the fact that it examined the relationship between the cardiovascular related diseases named above and the understanding of emotions in the context of Emotional Intelligence (EI).

Epicardial fat and osteoprotegerin - does a mutual relation exist? Pilot study.

Epicardial fat (EPI) plays important role in development of metabolic and cardiovascular diseases. According to population studies EPI represents independent risk factor of cardiovascular diseases (CVD) and also for neoplasms. Osteoprotegerin (OPG) is a glycoprotein which have role in regulation of immune and cardiovascular systems. High serum levels of OPG are connected with high cardiovascular risk. The aim of our study was to evaluate possible correlation between EPI and OPG level in asymptomatic relativ...

Endothelial function and dysfunction: impact of metformin.

Cardiovascular and metabolic diseases remain the leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. Endothelial dysfunction is a key player in the initiation and progression of cardiovascular and metabolic diseases. Current evidence suggests that the anti-diabetic drug metformin improves insulin resistance and protects against endothelial dysfunction in the vasculature. Hereby, we provide a timely review on the protective effects and molecular mechanisms of metformin in preventing endothelial dysfunction a...

Perturbation of metabolic pathways mediates the association of air pollutants with asthma and cardiovascular diseases.

Epidemiologic evidence indicates common risk factors, including air pollution exposure, for respiratory and cardiovascular diseases, suggesting the involvement of common altered molecular pathways.

Danhong Injection in cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases: cardiovascular actions, molecular mechanisms, and therapeutic potential.

Cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases are the main cause of mortality worldwide, currently with less than optimum therapeutic options. Danhong injection (DHI) is a medicinal preparation based on two eminent Chinese herbal medicines, Salviae Miltiorrhizae (Dan Shen; family: Lamiaceae) and Flos Carthami (Hong Hua; family: Compositae/Asteraceae). DHI has been mainly used in the clinical therapy of cardiovascular (such as acute coronary syndrome and angina pectoris) and cerebrovascular diseases (such as s...

Impact of dipeptidyl-peptidase 4 inhibitors on cardiovascular diseases.

Dipeptidyl peptidase 4 (DPP-4) inhibitor is a novel group of medicine employed in type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM),which improves meal stimulated insulin secretion by protecting glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) and glucose dependent insulinotropic polypeptide (GIP) from enzymatic degradation. Cardiovascular diseases are serious complications and leading causes of mortality among individuals with diabetes mellitus. Glycemic control per se seems to fail in preventing the progression of diabetic cardiovascular c...

The changing patterns of cardiovascular diseases and their risk factors in the states of India: the Global Burden of Disease Study 1990-2016.

The burden of cardiovascular diseases is increasing in India, but a systematic understanding of its distribution and time trends across all the states is not readily available. In this report, we present a detailed analysis of how the patterns of cardiovascular diseases and major risk factors have changed across the states of India between 1990 and 2016.

Assortment of herbal medicines of the treatment of cardiovascular diseases.

Introduction: Medicinal plants are an effective means of prevention of many cardiovascular diseases in high-risk groups. Also, they are often used as a means of adjuvant therapy. Centuries of experience in the use of medicinal plants in folk medicine is the result of their relatively high efficiency and their wide distribution in natural ecosystems, and sometimes close to human habitation. The aim of this work is to study the assortment of herbal medicinal products and to consider examples of the basic meth...

Circulating soluble corin as a potential biomarker for cardiovascular diseases: A translational review.

Corin is a type II transmembrane serine protease that is highly expressed in the heart and plays a physiological role in the activation of natriuretic peptides. Corin is expressed primarily in myocytes, and it can enter the circulation. Circulating soluble corin has been found to be associated with various cardiovascular diseases, such as hypertension, heart failure, myocardial infarction, preeclampsia, and stroke. All these findings indicate that circulating soluble corin has the potential to be a sensitiv...

Suicide death rates in patients with cardiovascular diseases - A 15-year nationwide cohort study in Taiwan.

The literature on suicide mortality rates in patients with cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) is limited.

Scientists on the Spot: Salt, the microbiome, and cardiovascular diseases.

Potential cardiovascular implications of Janus kinase inhibitors in immune mediated diseases.

Exposure to acrylamide and the risk of cardiovascular diseases in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 2003-2006.

Long-term exposure to acrylamide (AA) from diet sources may induce oxidative stress and chronic inflammation. However, the association between AA exposure and the prevalence of cardiovascular diseases (CVD) remains unclear.

Projections for temperature-related years of life lost from cardiovascular diseases in the elderly in a Chinese city with typical subtropical climate.

Extreme temperature is an important risk factor for cardiovascular diseases, and the elderly are particularly vulnerable to temperature variation. Global warming and the increasingly aging population are two major global challenges for human health; thus, an urgent need exists to project the temperature-related cardiovascular disease burden regarding both of the aforementioned factors. We aimed to the project temperature-related burden of cardiovascular diseases using years of life lost (YLL) in the elderly...

Research progress on exosomes in diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular diseases.

Exosome is a specific subset of vesicles from intracellular origin vesicles containing varies of microRNAs, mRNAs, proteins and lipids. It has been demonstrated that contents of exosomes could be altered due to different physiological and pathological stress, which could be used as clinical biomarker to reveal the disease state. In addition, according to previous studies, exosomes could exert protective roles for cardiovascular diseases such as atherosclerosis, myocardial infarction and ischemia/reperfusion...

Host-microbiota crosstalk and cardiovascular diseases.

When analyzing the microbiota-host crosstalk, we have to consider three participants in this dialogue: the gut microbiota, the intestinal barrier and bacterial translocation. Experimental data demonstrate that host microbiota crosstalk plays a causal on the regulation of blood pressure, glucose metabolism and the development of atherosclerosis. Host microbiota crosstalk is associated in humans with main cardiovascular risk factors notably hypertension and type 2 diabetes. Host microbiota crosstalk is assoc...

Antithrombotic therapy in patients with peripheral artery diseases.

Complications of cardiovascular diseases whose substrate is atherothrombosis continue to occupy leading positions in the structure of mortality worldwide. Peripheral artery diseases (PAD), in particular, are characterized by an especially unfavourable life prognosis for patients with cardiovascular diseases. In order to decrease the risks of ischaemic complications in patients with PAD, various approaches to antithrombotic therapy have over the last two decades been studied, with the resulting standard of t...

Multimodality Molecular Imaging of Cardiovascular Disease Based on Nanoprobes.

Recently, multimodality molecular imaging has evolved into a fast-growing research field with goals of detecting and measuring biological processes in vivo non-invasively. Researchers have come to realize that the complementary abilities of different imaging modalities over single modality could provide more precisely information for the diagnosis of diseases. At present, nanoparticles-based multimodal imaging probes have received significant attention because of their ease of preparation and straightforwar...

Health literacy in men and women with cardiovascular diseases and its association with the use of health care services - Results from the population-based GEDA2014/2015-EHIS survey in Germany.

Health literacy (HL), defined as the ability to access, understand, appraise and apply health information, offers a promising approach to reduce the development of cardiovascular diseases (CVD) and to improve the management of CVD in populations.

Nrf2 in aging - Focus on the cardiovascular system.

Aging is the most critical risk factor for the development of cardiovascular diseases and their complications. Therefore, the fine-tuning of cellular response to getting older is an essential target for prospective therapies in cardiovascular medicine. One of the most promising targets might be the transcription factor Nrf2, which drives the expression of cytoprotective and antioxidative genes. Importantly, Nrf2 expression correlates with potential lifespan in rodents. However, the effect of Nrf2 activity i...

Association Between the Frank Sign and Cardiovascular Events.

Clinicians have attempted to find early preclinical physical diagnosis signs to detect vascular diseases at the preclinical stage and to prevent clinical deterioration in time. An interesting example of such signs is the Frank sign, which was first described by Dr Sonders T. Frank in 1973. Our goal was to summarize the clinical trials and observational studies that had examined the association between the Frank sign and cardiovascular diseases. Summarizing the 57 studies we found showed that this associatio...

Telomere length and mortality in the Ludwigshafen Risk and Cardiovascular Health study.

Short telomeres have been associated with adverse lifestyle factors, cardiovascular risk factors and age-related diseases, including cardiovascular disease (CVD), myocardial infarction, atherosclerosis, hypertension, diabetes, and also with mortality. However, previous studies report conflicting results.


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