The Efficacy and Safety of Levosimendan on Patients with Refractory Heart Failure (ReHF): A systematic review and meta-analysis
The object of the meta-analysis is to compare the efficacy and
safety of levosimendan with both dobutamine and placebo in
patients with refractory heart failure (ReHF). Databases, mainly
Pubmed, Embase, Cochrane Library, Scopus, and Google
Scholar, were searched for randomized controlled trials
(RCTs) regarding ReHF treatment, including levosimendan, dobutamine, and placebo. Mean difference (MD) was
generated as effect size by meta-analysis for continuous
variables while odds ratios (ORs) for binary variants. All the
analyses were performed with Review Manager 5.4....
Date: June 17 2022, Open Access
The Role of PVI in the Evolution of AF Ablation Strategies
Atrial fibrillation (AF) is that the commonest clinical cardiopathy and its prevalence within the u. s. is predicted to achieve 6-12 million by the year 2050 . many decades past, it absolutely was believed that AF was caused by a group of random and unmethodical...
Date: February 17 2022, Open Access
The UHS is one of the most important risk factors for atherosclerosis and metabolic syndrome.
Metabolic syndrome (MetS) is linked to a higher risk of cardiovascular disease and stroke. In an urban population of volunteers and non-athletes, we looked at the factors that were associated with atherosclerosis and MetS diagnosis. The goal was to identify risk factors...
Date: January 29 2022, Open Access
Impenem+Cilastatin interfering with creatinine estimation in Jaffe’s Kinetic method
False serum creatinine estimates have been discovered as a result of interference by both endogenous and exogenous substances, which have been attributed to factors such as decreased or inhibited tubular creatinine secretion, interference with serum creatinine assays...
Date: January 18 2022, Open Access
An operating image of an extreme case of hypoplastic left heart syndrome for instructional purposes.
Although Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome (HLHS) is a rare condition, it is nonetheless prevalent in the Middle East and East Asia. The disease is characterised by a wide fenotype range, ranging from mild mitral and aortic stenosis to severe aortic and mitral atresia...
Date: January 03 2022, Open Access
The mechanism of diabetes is explained by a new cardiovascular disease (CVD)/cancer theory
According to the World Health Organization, diabetes mellitus is on a “ruthless march” over the world, affecting about one out of every eleven people. According to 2014 estimates, 422 million persons globally have diabetes, but the incidence of diabetes was four times lower in 1980...
Date: December 26 2021, Open Access