Is it possible to prevent heart attacks?
With the latest technology it is possible for you maintain your cardiovascular system and dramatically lower heart attack and stroke risk.
Did you know that most heart attacks and strokes occur
because arteries become blocked and stop the oxygen
rich red blood cells from reaching either the brain or heart?
This process is called atherosclerosis.
|Today's Breaking News|
A recent study showed that Warfarin may not initially help prevent heart attacks and strokes.
Warfarin, originally developed as a rat poison, is the most commonly prescribed oral anti-clotting agent in the Uunited Kingdom.
Scientists carrying out the new research analysed the data on 70,766 adult patients diagnosed with atrial fibrillation which occurs when the heart pumps haphazardly instead of with a steady beat.
Over a ten year period, 5,519 of the patients suffered a stroke. The study found during the first thirty days of treatment, warfarin increased the risk ischaemic stroke - one caused by the blockage of blood flow to the brain - by 71 per cent.
The risk peaked on the 3rd day after starting warfarin, when patients on the drug were more than twice as likely to have a stroke than those not treated with it.
Patients with a previous history of ischaemic stroke were 250% more at risk of another stroke during the first month taking warfarin.
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