7 edition of Atlas of cardiovascular risk factors found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Cardiovascular risk factors|
|Statement||volume editor, J. Michael Gaziano ; with 36 contributors.|
|Series||Atlas of heart diseases, Atlas of heart diseases (Unnumbered)|
|Contributions||Gaziano, J. Michael 1961-|
|LC Classifications||RA645.C34 A89 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005049669|
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Atlas of Cardiovascular Risk Factors (Atlas of Heart Diseases (Unnumbered).)Price: $ The Atlas of Cardiovascular Risk Factors provides a succinct overview and an update of current knowledge of the major causative factors for heart disease.
It also covers other forms of cardiovascular disease and strategies to reduce the risk associated with those factors. The atlas addresses the global epidemic of heart disease and stroke in a clear and accessible format. This highly valuable reference material has been designed for use by policy makers, national and international organizations, health professionals and the general public.
This picturesque atlas is in six parts: cardiovascular disease; risk. The Atlas of Cardiovascular Risk Factors provides a succinct overview and an update of current knowledge of the major causative factors for heart disease and other forms of cardiovascular disease and strategies to reduce the risk associated with those factors.
It is intended to help physicians to. Atlas of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography. Editors: Budoff, M.J., Achenbach, S., Hecht, H., He was the first to demonstrate the poor relationship between risk factors and atherosclerosis.
“The book covers a number of areas, including normal anatomy, uses of cardiovascular CT in different clinical conditions and patient populations Brand: Springer-Verlag London. This booklet is essential reading for anyone involved in healthcare policy and budget allocation.
It includes comprehensive CVD data from the ESC Atlas of Cardiology covering Atlas of cardiovascular risk factors book factors, health behaviours, access to healthcare and the cost of CVD to the economy in 57 countries. Read ESC Cardiovascular Realities The Atlas contains chapters on death and disability, behavioral and metabolic risk factors and determinants, evidence-based interventions for prevention and control, primary health care, inequities, implementation gaps, policies, strategies, Best Buys, health in all policies and monitoring in relation to cardiovascular : $ Mackay and Mensah have produced a useful booklet, which is exactly what is says it is.
It is an atlas of heart attack and stroke and the main risk Cited by: 3. Color Atlas and Synopsis of Women's Cardiovascular Health covers all of these topics and also provides concise, expert guidance on the diagnosis and management of the female cardiac patient.
Enriched by more than photographs (many in full color) and nearly line drawings, Color Atlas and Synopsis of Women's Cardiovascular Health 5/5. Cardiovascular risk factors contribute to the development of cardiovascular disease from early life. It is thus crucial to implement preventive strategies addressing the burden of cardiovascular disease as early as possible.
A multidisciplinary approach to the risk estimation and prevention of vascular events should be adopted at each level of health care, starting from the setting of Author: Armen Yuri Gasparyan.
With Atlas providing these valuable insights into the inequalities surrounding CVD and its treatment across ESC member countries, it is envisaged that the findings will be relevant to many other countries around the world allowing international benchmarking of cardiovascular risk factors, disease prevalence, healthcare delivery and : Mark Nicholls.
Clinical outcomes of patients with cardiometabolic risk factors \/ Gregory Piazza, Christopher P. Cannon -- 8 Managing cardiometabolic risk: a brief review \/ Benjamin A.
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Cardiovascular risk factors There are many risk factors associated with coronary heart disease and stroke. Some risk factors, such as family history, cannot be modified, while other risk factors, like high blood pressure, can be modified with treatment. You will not necessarily develop cardiovascular disease if you have a risk factor.
But the more risk factors you. The first atlas devoted specifically to cardiometabolic risk, this book will provide a concise visual primer on the pathophysiology, epidemiology, diagnosis, treatment, and clinical and radiologic features of this disorder.
Describing recent care strategies and current practices in patient assessm. When we worked with the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), to build the Interactive Atlas of Heart Disease and Stroke, we knew it would serve as a great resource for anyone wanting geographic and demographic information related to heart disease and goal was to provide public health leadership to improve cardiovascular health for all.
The Atlas contains chapters on death and disability, behavioural and metabolic risk factors and determinants, evidence based interventions for prevention and control, primary health care, inequities, implementation gaps, policies, strategies, Best Buys, health in all policies and monitoring in relation to cardiovascular diseases.
Methods and results: The Atlas utilizes a variety of data sources, including the World Health Organization, the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, and the World Bank to document risk factors, prevalence, and mortality of cardiovascular disease and national economic by: Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is a class of diseases that involve the heart or blood vessels.
CVD includes coronary artery diseases (CAD) such as angina and myocardial infarction (commonly known as a heart attack). Other CVDs include stroke, heart failure, hypertensive heart disease, rheumatic heart disease, cardiomyopathy, abnormal heart rhythms, congenital heart disease, valvular heart Specialty: Cardiology.
Risk factors High blood pressure, atrial fibrillation (a heart rhythm disorder), high blood cholesterol, tobacco use, unhealthy diet, physical inactivity, diabetes, Deaths from cardiovascular diseases (CVD) and advancing age. Number of deaths globally per year from different types of.
The Atlas contains chapters on death and disability, behavioral and metabolic risk factors and determinants, evidence-based interventions for prevention and control, primary health care, inequities, implementation gaps, policies, strategies, Best Buys, health in all policies and monitoring in relation to cardiovascular : Paperback.
Atlas of Atherosclerosis Risk Factors and Treatment. Editors (view affiliations) Peter W. Wilson Dietary Effects on Cardiovascular Risk Factors. Alan Chait, Michael E. Rosenfeld Clay F. Semenkovich, Henry N.
Ginsberg. Pages Gender Differences in Coronary Risk Factors and Risk Interventions. Nanette K. Wenger. Pages Cardiovascular disease (CVD) remains the leading cause of death in women. 1 Identification of risk factors is the first step toward the prevention of CVD.
The Effectiveness-Based Guidelines for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease in Women classifies a woman's risk status as either high risk, at risk, or ideal cardiovascular health. 2 The classic high-risk profile includes the. About this book Introduction The coronary events are attributable to unstable lifetime burden of risk is high, and lesions that do not cause severe stenoses but Framingham data suggest that approxi are prone to rupture and precipitate angina mately 50% of men and.
These are called risk factors. About half of all Americans (47%) have at least 1 of 3 key risk factors for heart disease: high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and smoking. Some risk factors for heart disease cannot be controlled, such as your age or family history.
But you can take steps to lower your risk by changing the factors you can. Factors that may lower risk of atherosclerotic events such as dietary factors or physical activity may mitigate inflammation as monitored by CRP.
(From P Libby, F Crea: Clinical implications of inflammation for cardiovascular primary prevention. Eur Heart J). Color Atlas and Synopsis of Cardiovascular MR & CT does more than help you interpret cardiac and vascular CT and MR images - it also provides valuable guidance on the diagnosis and management of patients undergoing those tests.
Presented in a concise, easy-to-read design that is perfect for busy clinicians, the book features a comprehensive collection of more than cardiac images and 5/5.
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The book focuses specifically on risk factors, prevention, and management with conventional and/or with bailout techniques and devices. Cardiovascular disease is the main cause of death in Cuba, yet the prevalence of novel risk factors is not known.
To examine the prevalence of risk factors of traditional and novel cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) among an urban Cuban population, a cross-sectional pilot survey was undertaken in Havana city, by: 2.
Risk factors include male gender, hypertension, smoking, advancing age, and family history. As the aortic diameter increases, the risk of rupture rises. Current recommendations call for elective repair of AAA ≥ cm. Rupture of an aortic aneurysm can lead to immediate and catastrophic hemorrhagic shock.
Atlas Of Cardiovascular Risk Factors EditionGAZIANO JM Books, SPRINGER Books, at Meripustak. Many risk factors for cardiovascular disease are similar for men and women, but for many risk factors their impact on cardiovascular disease differs by sex. This is discussed in Chapter 2.
There are risk assessment tools that do exist and should be incorporated routinely into clinical practice, assessing both short-term and lifetime risk on a. The World Health Organization provides a 6-part online atlas 1 that covers topics including epidemiology and risk factors but that is more limited in scope than Essential Atlas of Cardiovascular Disease.
The Canadian Cardiovascular Outcomes Research Team has announced plans to develop a Canadian Cardiovascular Atlas, and whether this will be Cited by: 2. The Pediatric Cardiology Handbook 5th Edition PDF.
Effectively diagnose and manage children with congenital and acquired heart disease by consulting the concise, portable and fully updated edition of Park’s The Pediatric Cardiology Handbook.
The ESC Atlas of Cardiology is a unique compendium of data of over variables relating to the prevalence of cardiovascular disease (CVD), risk factors, outcomes, health infrastructure and service provision across ESC member countries.
As with all our ATLAS Programs, your lifestyle risk factors are assessed through a survey of your history of smoking, family history of premature cardiovascular disease as well as various measurements of your body such as blood pressure, Body Mass Index (BMI), lipid profiling, blood sugar etc.
21st Century. 53rd World Health Assembly presided over by Dr. Libertina Amathila (Namibia) endorsed “Global strategy for non-communicable disease (NCD) prevention and control,” which outlined major objectives for monitoring, preventing, and managing NCDs, with special emphasis on major NCDs with common risk factors and determi- nants— cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, and.
Problem solving in cardiovascular risk. Crook, Martin Andrew et al. Clinical Publishing pages $ Paperback RC Crook (science, University of Greenwich, London) presents cases on cardiovascular risk and hyperlipidemia for those working in primary or secondary care.
Cardiovascular disease prevention in South Asia, gathering the evidence. Glob Heart. Jun; 8(2): – Turin TC, Shahana N, Wangchuk LZ, Specogna AV, AI Mamun M, Khan MA, Choudhury SR, Zaman MM, Rumana N.
Burden of cardio-and cerebro-vascular diseases and the conventional risk factors in South Asian population. The Atlas of Heart Disease and Stroke charts in full-color maps and graphics the wide range of issues relating to this global epidemic.
Topics include: * Risk factors: high blood pressure, tobacco use, inactivity, obesity, lipids, diabetes * Women: childhood and youth * The global burden of CVD including the economic burden * Research * Prevention. Identification and control of cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk factors are critical components in the prevention of CVD.
1 Advantages of control of risk factors have been documented in numerous studies and have contributed substantially to national and global health policies for prevention of chronic disease. For example, Stamler et al 2 studied 5 cohorts of young adult and middle-aged Cited by: 5.Endometrial cancer is the most common gynecological cancer and the sixth cause of cancer in developed countries.
The findings that EC is a heterogeneous group of tumors with distinct risk factors and histopathological features, together with our improved understanding of its molecular mechanism has paved the way to the investigation of new surgical and medical therapies.