Continuing Medical Education For HCPs

Staying updated with the latest advancements in cardiovascular health is crucial for healthcare professionals. Our Continuing Medical Education (CME) resources offer in-depth insights into the evolving landscape of cardiology and neurology. Explore a range of educational materials designed to empower medical professionals with the knowledge needed to offer the best possible care to patients dealing with heart and stroke issues. Stay informed about the latest treatment approaches, research findings, and innovative strategies for cardiovascular health care.

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Physiological Effects of Lactate in Individuals With Chronic Heart Failure


Lactate is continuously produced in the human body through two primary processes: glycolysis and microbial fermentation in the gastrointestinal tract.
At rest, its concentrat ...

Condition: Heart Failure, Systolic

Heart Failure and Sleep Disordered Breathing

The purpose of this study is to analyze and summarize the characteristics of arrhythmia and heart rate variability of Chinese patients with three different types of heart failure combined with sleep d ...

Condition: Heart Failure

Prevalence Study of Cardiovascular Diseases in a Population ? 65 Years in Italy

This registry is a large-scale epidemiological study (PREVASC) aimed at estimating the prevalence of symptomatic and asymptomatic valvular hear disease in men and women aged over 65 years randomly sel ...

Condition: Valvular Heart Disease

Thoracic Spinal Cord Stimulation Reduces the Risk of Ischemic Ventricular Arrhythmias in a Postinfarction Heart Failure Canine Model

Background— Thoracic spinal cord stimulation (SCS) is a promising therapy in treating refractory angina. This study was designed to investigate SCS with regard to the risk of arrhythmias during myocar

Defective Regulation of Interdomain Interactions Within the Ryanodine Receptor Plays a Key Role in the Pathogenesis of Heart Failure

Background— According to our hypothesis, 2 domains within the ryanodine receptor (RyR) of sarcoplasmic reticulum (SR) (N-terminal [0 to 600] and central [2000 to 2500] domains), where many mutations h

Different Contributions of Endothelin-A and Endothelin-B Receptors in Postischemic Cardiac Dysfunction and Norepinephrine Overflow in Rat Hearts

Background— Endothelin (ET)-1 and norepinephrine (NE) are involved in myocardial ischemia/reperfusion injury. We investigated the role of ET-1 in ischemia/reperfusion–induced NE overflow and cardiac d

Dr. Sara May, Allergy and Immunology

Staff cheer on 15-month-old ahead of his successful heart transplant surgery #shorts

Staff at Cincinnati Children's Hospital cheered on 15-month-old Mark Clouse, Jr. before his successful heart transplant surgery on ...

Dr. Sara May, Allergy and Immunology

Congenital Heart Defects Nursing | Learn Pediatric Cardiac Defects

Today's video is all about Cardiac Defects for Nursing Students and NCLEX Review. Did you know only 20% of our video content ...

Dr. Sara May, Allergy and Immunology

Animation of a Total Heart Transplant View a brief animation that describes the ...