ISHD

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Related to Ischemic heart disease: ischemic stroke, congestive heart failure
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ISHDInternational Society for Hemodialysis (est. 1999)
ISHDIschemic Heart Disease
ISHDInterdisciplinary Studies in Human Development (University of Pennsylvania)
ISHDIntegrated Surface Hourly Data (meteorology)
ISHDIndiana State Health Department
ISHDInventory Scale of Hypnotic Depth
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Elective abortions don't appear to influence women's risk for ischemic heart disease, Gordon C.
Masse said, "Since the link between PIH, preeclampsia, and ischemic heart disease has not been extensively studied, we are presently investigating risk factors for ischemic heart disease and type 2 diabetes in a follow-up study".
A few other studies in community settings showed statistically insignificant links between road traffic noise exposure and myocardial infarction and ischemic heart disease, and between air traffic noise exposure and angina pectoris, the use of cardiovascular drugs, and consultation with a doctor.
Patented use of this newly discovered compound, (-) Schisandrin B, for the prevention and treatment of Ischemic Heart Disease has been applied for with the US Patent and Trademark Office.
Since then, during a mean follow-up of 35 years, there have been 3,401 ischemic heart disease events, including 1,708 acute myocardial infarctions, in these subjects.
Several skin signs of aging serve as significant predictors of increased risk for ischemic heart disease independent of chronologic age and the standard cardiovascular risk factors, Dr.
Cell therapy has emerged as an innovative approach for treating patients with advanced ischemic heart disease, including those with heart failure.
The service covers six diseases: diabetes, hyperlactacidemia, hyperlipemia, hypertension, ischemic heart disease and cerebrovascular disease.
Snyder of Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions: "An excellent study [referenced in our paper] shows a five-fold reduction in ischemic heart disease in Gilbert's patients.
LOS ANGELES -- Women who have had one or two miscarriages before delivery of a live baby are 50% more likely to develop ischemic heart disease later in life than are their counterparts who haven't miscarried, a recent study suggested.
Selected complaints included asthma in people aged 15-64, a range of respiratory diseases in people 65 and older, a range of cardiac diseases in people of all ages, and one subcategory of cardiac disease, ischemic heart disease, in people of all ages.