NEWS & MEDIA

Women are less likely to receive CPR than men

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation is a word hard to pronounce, difficult to spell, and even more difficult to ingrain in people’s minds. It is estimated that 98% of Indians don’t know about CPR.

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CPR training for all must to save lives: Experts

New Delhi, Imagine walking on the road and suddenly seeing a passerby suffering from chest pain and collapsing. Would you be able to give a lifesaving Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation

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Don't let hypertension go undetected, can be fatal

The report states hypertension is the third biggest risk factor for heart disease in India and is directly responsible for about 57 per cent of all stroke deaths and 24 percent of all coronary heart disease deaths in India.

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Heart diseases gravely risky for both genders

Heart diseases have emerged as the leading cause for fatalities in men and women world over and also in India. The risk of heart diseases to both sexes is grave, but heart diseases affect men and women differently.

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Guard yourself against sudden cardiac arrest

Fluttering of your heart is not always a sign of love, nor is skipping of a beat. The fluttering could be a sign that you need to pay attention to your heart. So what if your health parameters are more or less fine.

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Seizing the golden moments after heart attack

When it's a matter of life and death, every second matters. But it is the time in hand that helps a person to decide what needs to be done next. There is a huge difference

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Undiagnosed hypertension one of leading risk factors

Non-communicable diseases such as cardiovascular disease, cancer and diabetes have overtaken communicable diseases as the leading causes of mortality in urban areas.

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Whose heart is more at risk: men or women?

Heart diseases have emerged as the leading cause for fatalities in men and women world over and also in India. The risk of heart diseases to both sexes is grave, but heart diseases affect men and women differently.

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Sridevi passed away due to sudden cardiac arrest.

Legendary actress Sridevi passed away due to sudden cardiac arrest at the age of 54. Do you know the difference between a heart attack and a cardiac arrest? Or what to do in the few seconds

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    Dr. Vanita Arora is Director & Head for Cardiac Electrophysiology Lab and Arrhythmia Services at Max Hospital, Delhi. She has been a successful Cardiologist for the last 28 years. She is a DNB Cardiology, MD - Medicine, M.B.B.S . You can visit her at Max Super Speciality Hospital in Saket, Delhi. To book an appointment online with Dr. Vanita Arora, please contact us.


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