Does Arrhythmia Need Treatment

Arrhythmia is one of the common Cardiovascular Diseases. There are many reasons leading to arrhythmia. Does arrhythmia need treatment? Read on to learn more information. Does arrhythmia belong to heart disease? Does arrhythmia need treatmen...

Why Do Chronic Kidney Disease Patients Have Risk for Cardiovascular Disease? How To Treat

Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death in patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), both non-dialysis CKD patients and dialysis or kidney transplant patients. Reasonable management of CVD in CKD patients have important...

Declined Kidney Function Is The Main Cause of Death In Cardiovascular Disease

A new study has found that kidney failure caused more deaths from cardiovascular disease worldwide than kidney failure by 2013. The study, published in the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology (JASN), sheds new light on the social...

6 Signs of Cardiovascular Disease

The occurrence of Cardiovascular Diseases is not an accidental event. Long before the occurrence, there will be many signals in our body to remind us, but few people notice that. If we can find out them early and take preventive measures, w...

What Is Cerebral Infarction and What Is the Treatment

Cerebral infarction is a kind of chronic progressive disease. In the process of treatment, it has frequent relapse, which severely shakes patients confidence and enthusiasm. And because it can cause brain damage and even disability, you sho...

What Can Be Done To Help Women Prevent Heart Disease

What can be done to help women prevent heart disease? I believe this is the question that people want to know and understand. I collect relevant information for you and hope to give you some help. What measures can help women prevent heart...

Goodbye to Angina and Learn to Control Four Risk Factors

Angina pectoris is a common disease and its incidence is increasing year by year. The control of various risk factors is the main work in the prevention of coronary heart disease. Good control of Three Highs and coronary heart disease is di...

Coronary Artery Disease Relapses Frequently? Try These 5 Tips

Coronary artery disease is mainly coronary atherosclerosis. As the blood vessels that supply blood to the heart, if coronary artery has atherosclerotic plaques and decreased vascular elasticity, it is likely to become narrowed or blocked. A...

5 Signals of Myocardial Infarction

In recent years, the trend of younger age of myocardial infarction is becoming more and more obvious. This is linked to sedentary, stressful, unhealthy lifestyles and eating habits. When you have the following situation, be careful, so as n...