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MRI Simulation of Blood Flow Helps Plan Child's Heart Surgery by Health: Hearsay & Headlines Posted Thu 13 Aug 2009 7:43pm /PRNewswire/ -- Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology, collaborating with pediatric cardiologists and surgeons at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, have developed a tool for virtual surgery that allows heart surgeons to view the predicted effects of different surgical approaches. By manipulating three-dimensional cardiac magneti ... Read on »
Treating High Blood Pressure Naturally by Robin P. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 17 Feb 2010 10:51am Most heart patients already know high blood pressure can mean disaster for their heart health. But here’s what they don’t know. Having high blood pressure can also wreak havoc on your brain, kidneys, and eyes. Here’s the scary part… High blood pressure can quietly damage these vital organs for years before you see any symptoms. If left un ... Read on »
How to recognise reduced pulmonary blood flow clinically in the bed side ? by Dr. Sangareddi V. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 21 Oct 2010 10:39am During  clinical examination of cyanotic congenital heart disease(CHD) ,  the major  task is to differentiate conditions with reduced  or increased pulmonary blood flow . When a child with  CHD  is presented in clinical examinations , students are often asked to arrive at  the diagnosis  from history , physical examination before going in f ... Read on »
Looking beyond coronary stenosis : Epicardial to endocardial blood flow is not a free vascular water fall ! by Dr. Sangareddi V. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 02 Nov 2011 1:37pm If  we   think we have  unraveled  all the  mysteries  of   human coronary  blood flow   we are  sadly  mistaken . Cardiologists generally  spend  their  prime life  in opening the  obstructed coronary arteries  playing  a role of coronary plumber. Like any plumber ,  it is not going to be  a one time job and   our patients  would  have  to ... Read on »
Increased Blood Flow to the Brain May Help Stave Off Alzheimer’s by Carol Bradley Bursack Posted Thu 14 May 2009 4:31pm Well, it' s the New Year, so it' s time I say it again. I need to start getting some aerobic exercise. My son has made good use of our basement bicycle, but I pass it by, albeit with a twinge of guilt. Too hard to adjust. No time. I do my yoga. My weight is not a problem. Blah, blah, blah. I know that getting the blood moving is something that ... Read on »
Research into Blood Flow in the Brain and Venous Insufficiency, or CCSVI, in MS by Jeff Pile Posted Fri 13 Nov 2009 10:03pm A few recent reports have revived ages-old speculation about a possible dysfunction of brain blood flow and/or drainage in individuals who have MS. For example, one study involving 65 people with different types of MS compared with 235 people who were healthy or had other neurological disorders, a strong relationship was found between MS and sign ... Read on »
Device Approved to Continue Blood Flow During Brain Surgery by HealthFinder Posted Fri 11 Mar 2011 12:00pm healthnewslink Among patients at greater risk of stroke FRIDAY, March 11 (HealthDay News) -- A device ... Read on »
Moderate Exercise Improves Brain Blood Flow in Elderly Women by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Posted Tue 12 Apr 2011 8:50pm We do know there is strong evidence to suggest that cardiovascular risk is tied to the risk for Alzheimer's disease. We want to see how we can fight that... Alzheimer's Reading Room Dotty, Age 92 Research conducted at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital's Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine in Dallas sug ... Read on »
Disturbance in blood flow le ... by Dr. Rubens D. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 29 May 2014 10:41pm Disturbance in blood flow leads to epigenetic changes and atherosclerosis This image shows the effects of 5aza on atherosclerosis model. Credit: Dunn et al JCI (2014) Disturbed patterns of blood flow induce lasting epigenetic changes to genes in the cells that line blood vessels, and those changes contribute to atherosclerosis, researchers have ... Read on »
High Blood Pressure and Tai Chi Therapy by Steven S. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Mon 04 Aug 2008 7:14pm Way back in 2003, the Journal of Alternative and Complimentary Medicine’s Oct. 9th issue reported a study finding that Tai Chi “could decrease blood pressure and results in favorable lipid profile changes and improve subjects’ anxiety status. Therefore, Tai Chi could be used as an alternative modality in treating patients with mild hypertension, ... Read on »