Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Gmail - MedWire Cardiology News - 12 March 2008

Gmail - MedWire Cardiology News - 12 March 2008

Minimally interrupted cardiac resuscitation improves survival after cardiac arrestPatients with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest who receive minimally interrupted cardiac resuscitation are more likely to survive than those receiving the standard emergency medical services protocol, US study findings indicate.

Acute heart failure patients delay seeking medical careMost patients with acute heart failure delay seeking medical care, researchers highlight.

Follow-up within month of AMI increases patients' medication adherencePatients are more likely to adhere to recommended medications after an acute myocardial infarction if they see a doctor within a month of leaving hospital, research suggests.

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