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Gujarat Health Minister Ashok Bhatt Admitted To Hospital

Gujarat Health Minister Ashok Bhatt was admitted to U N Mehta hospital in the city this morning after he complained of chest pain, hospital sources said. // Bhatt was rushed to the cardiology hospital at the Civil Hospital campus, from his residence in Gandhingar. The Minister had underg...

Adapting Gait May Help Elderly Avoid Falls

...ability and prevents a backward fall," study co-author Yi-Chung Pai said in an American Physiological Society news release. Pai and colleague Tanvi bhatt also found that the trained participants unconsciously changed their gait when they began to slip. They used a flatter landing foot and bent the landi...

Women Less Apt to Get Clot-Buster, Study Finds

...y the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in 1996. Study author Dr. Archit bhatt pooled the results of 18 studies published in medical journals between 1995...this subgroup, "women were 19 percent less likely to get tPA than the men," bhatt said. More research is needed to figure out what triggers this gender ga...

Women less likely to receive critical care after a stroke, MSU researchers find

...percent less likely to receive the treatment compared with men, said Archit bhatt of the Department of Neurology and Opthalmology in MSU's College of Human M...l health disparity can be eliminated." To begin to address the problem, bhatt encourages the development of a consistent set of operational definitions t...

Speed Not Always of the Essence With Heart Cases in ER

...and that a "cooling-off" period with medical therapy might be advantageous, bhatt said. More than 3,000 patients with either a mild heart attack or unstab...al on this topic, and the largest trial there has ever been on this topic," bhatt said. "It is immediately relevant to patients, to doctors, and to the healt...

Noise in Artery Could Warn of Heart Risk

...xamination of people who are middle-aged or older, bhatt noted. Studies have shown that there's a link b... the risk of stroke and of coronary heart disease, bhatt said. "The core knowledge already exists," he said...s." But the study raises some practical issues, bhatt added. "One is whether, if a carotid bruit is foun...

Stenting as Good as Surgery for Stroke Prevention

...someone who needs a procedure and would prefer stenting to have it done in the name of research, by enrolling in a trial comparing the two procedures, bhatt said. "If you don't really want surgery you can have a stent, but under the umbrella of research, where you are followed closely," he said. Mor...

First 90 Days After Stopping Plavix Most Dangerous

...nic Cardiovascular Coordinating Center. The finding "follows common sense, but no one has actually shown this before in a large group of patients," bhatt said. The results appear to support the view that longer therapy with clopidogrel is better but does not completely answer that question, he said. ...

Cholesterol-Stroke Relationship Puzzles Researchers

...licated condition than heart attack. Dr. Deepak bhatt is associate director of the Cleveland Clinic's ca... that he or she quickly succumbs to heart disease, bhatt said. In such cases, stroke is not even mentioned ... would be bad if the public gets a mixed message," bhatt stressed. More information There's more o...

Angioplasty Equals Bypass Surgery for Heart Patients: Study

...the middle range of coronary artery disease looked at in these trials, both bhatt and Hlatky said. "For high-risk coronary artery syndromes, revascularization [surgery] in general is the right thing to do," bhatt said. And angioplasty would be the procedure of choice for those whose c...
Bhatt in Medical Technology

Atrial Fibrillation Found to be Common in Patients With Atherothrombosis, Increases Risk of Cardiovascular Death, Heart Attack and Stroke

...gulants (53.1% vs 7.1%). References 1. Goto S, bhatt DL, Rother J, Alberts M, Hill MD, Ikeda Y, et al. ...therothrombosis. Am Heart J 2008;156:855-863. 2. bhatt DL, Steg PG, Ohman EM, Hirsch AT, Ikeda Y, Mas JL,...rombosis. JAMA 2006;295(2):180-189. 3. Ohman EM, bhatt DL, Steg PG, Goto S, Hirsch AT, Liau CS, et al. Th...
Bhatt in Biological News

Research model may one day 'inoculate' elderly against slip-related falls

...on of gait adaptation for fall prevention: from moveable platform to slippery floor," is published online by The American Physiological Society. Tanvi bhatt and Yi-Chung (Clive) Pai, of the University of Illinois at Chicago carried out the study. Will training transfer? The researchers used a move...
Bhatt in Biological Technology

Stable Stroke Patients More Likely to Die From a Nonstroke Cardiovascular Event Than a Further Stroke

...data from the REduction of Atherothrombosis for Continued Health (REACH) Registry: Touze E, Rother J, Alberts MJ, Goto S, Hill MD, Aichner F, Steg PG, bhatt DL, Mas JL, on behalf of the REACH Registry Investigators). Whereas the incidence rates of MI and nonstroke vascular death are only about 1% per year,...
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