Experimental Cardiology

Clinical & Experimental Cardiology

Listen to your Heart before you tell him Goodbye!

High or low palpitations in different situations and state is normal thing, the changes in the speed could be observed normally, Several ways induces our heart rate to speed up or slow down, the increase and decrease in the palpitation Read more…

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Posted by Ajay - 28/04/2013 at 23:24

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Heart Risks associated with High Sodium Consumption

Cardiovascular diseases are the main cause of death all over the world, and high blood pressure is a leading risk factor. Each third American is patient of high blood pressure; a high-sodium diet may be to blame. In many patients sodium increases pressure of blood Read more…

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Posted by Ajay - 21/02/2013 at 04:04

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Smoking Causes Sudden Cardiac Death

Smoking is injurious to health, we know. But moderate smoking more dangerous than the regular smokers. These moderate smoking in women has brought the light in new research that women smoking moderately kills the heart beat. Read more…

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Posted by patrick s - 23/01/2013 at 03:07

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Congenital Heart Defect

A congenital heart defect generally known as (CHD) is a problem associated with heart which is observed at the time of birth, it is assumed to be caused by irregular development of the heart during the development of fetus. Read more…

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Posted by Ajay - 22/01/2013 at 03:16

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Hypertension in Obese and Lean Patients must be treated in two Different Ways

Blood pressure treatments are often aimed to avoid risk and complications, as strokes and heart attacks. This treatment can give better results if prior the treatment physician can give prescription according to the body mass of the patient, Read more…

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Posted by Ajay - 08/01/2013 at 00:16

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“Multi-Kinase” Inhibitor Killing Cancer and Stem Cell Populations for Cardiac Repair as well

Bi-aryl urea, commercially known as Sorafenib or Nexavar, that keeps ability to treat several protein kinases including Tyrosine and Raf.

Protein kinases play a major role in inducing and turning normal cell into cancerous. Read more…

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Posted by Ajay - 18/12/2012 at 05:44

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