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24/10/2016 - Genetics study recruits 20,000th participant
A British-based genetics study that aims to improve heart disease prediction has recruited its 20,000th participant. More

18/10/2016 - CPR drive as bystanders stand back
Improved rates of bystander CPR could help save 13% of cardiac arrest patients, researchers say today as campaigners seek to train thousands more in the life-saving techniques. More

17/10/2016 - Many A&E visits 'preventable'
One fifth of emergency department visits are preventable, a European conference has heard. More

17/10/2016 - New app helps heart attack survivors
An app featuring an avatar “nurse” could be used to help people recognise the symptoms of a heart attack so that they know what to do next, a European conference has been told. More

12/10/2016 - COX-2 inhibitors risk "low" - study
A large study on the risks of different painkillers prescribed for arthritis has found no significant increase in risk with COX-2 inhibitors. More

11/10/2016 - Stresses that trigger AMI
Getting angry or emotionally upset can trigger a heart attack - as can heavy physical exertion, according to a large international study published last night. More

29/09/2016 - Painkillers linked to increased risk of heart failure
Commonly used prescription painkillers have been linked to an increased risk of heart failure, a new study out this week has revealed. More

27/09/2016 - New techniques pinpoint heart gene variants
British scientists have used new genetic analysis techniques to identify rare variants linked to heart disease and diabetes, it was announced last night. More

26/09/2016 - Increased VTE risk following caesarean section
Women are four times more likely to suffer postpartum venous thromboembolism after a caesarean section compared to a vaginal birth, new Swiss analysis has revealed. More

22/09/2016 - Heart disease gene risk score unveiled
A new genetic test could identify many of those at highest risk of developing heart disease, British researchers say today. More

20/09/2016 - Smartphone app benefits heart attack patients
Heart attack patients were able to get life-saving treatment faster after medical teams at different hospitals communicated via a smartphone app, a South Korean study has found. More

14/09/2016 - Smokers helped to quit by e-cigarettes
New figures suggest that about 18,000 people in England have moved from conventional cigarettes to e-cigarettes. More

13/09/2016 - Heart failure test under-used - inquiry
All GPs and hospitals should have access to a cheap blood test for the diagnosis of heart failure, according to a report published today. More

12/09/2016 - New heart valve replacement method unveiled
A novel heart valve replacement method offers hope for patients with rheumatic heart disease who have to undergo the procedure annually, its developers have reported. More

09/09/2016 - Statins maligned - review
The side-effects of statins have been routinely exaggerated and the benefits under-stated, according to a major review of the evidence published today. More

08/09/2016 - Atrial fibrillation risks outlined
A new analysis seeks to set out the range of health risks linked to atrial fibrillation. More

07/09/2016 - Lifestyle key to cardiac rehabilitation
Heart patients need to be encouraged to adopt healthy lifestyles to prevent repeat episodes, according to European guidelines published today. More

31/08/2016 - Heart attack survival boost examined
A new study suggests that heart attack patients treated with invasive coronary strategy such as coronary angiography have improved survival rates. More

30/08/2016 - Stem cells and guidelines at Euro-conference
A stem cell therapy for congestive heart failure has so far not shown any benefit, a conference has heard. More

26/08/2016 - Backing for virtual artery diagnosis
Cardiologists could soon win official approval in the UK to use virtual 3D models to identify blocked and narrowed arteries, it is announced today. More

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