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“During your own heart-attack, you cannot go downstairs, even if you might want to try despite your pre-existing disability, and anyway, Carla has been run over.”
“And in a study published today by the journal Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality & Outcomes, Oklahoma, Nebraska and parts of the South had higher concentrated rates of heart-attack deaths, while lower rates occurred in population centers, namely in the Northeast.”
“ON THE WEB: Examine heart-attack deaths study here”
“Medicare does publish extensive data about medical processes, such as whether a heart-attack victim was given an aspirin or a beta-blocker.”
“TV Guide Magazine: And it looks like this heart-attack plot could bring you another!”
“Among the interventions that it plans to consider in 2012 are screening for hepatitis C in adults, for osteoporosis in men and for depression in children; counseling for obesity in adults and for alcohol use in adolescents; and daily aspirin for heart-attack and stroke prevention in people over 80.”
“Max Harry Weil 1927-2011 Max Harry Weil developed those beeping machines to monitor heart rates and other modern practices in critical-care units, transforming the treatment of stroke and heart-attack patients.”
“Taking a cholesterol-lowering statin can improve the odds for a person with a 20% heart-attack risk to 15%.”
“The company said Monday that based on the results it will begin offering a benefits plan in 2013 that will enable heart-attack survivors to get certain medicines at no or reduced out-of-pocket costs.”
“The study suggests that it takes a lot more than financial incentives to make major headway against a persistent problem that frustrates heart-attack prevention efforts: the failure of many patients at high risk to take their medicines.”
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