20 Burst results for "Cardiac Death"

Managing Atrial Fibrillation With Lifestyle Changes Dr. Christine Albert

Cardionerds

03:07 min | 2 months ago

Managing Atrial Fibrillation With Lifestyle Changes Dr. Christine Albert

"Thought we could start by discussing some of your major contributions to the management of atrial fibrillation even since my medical school days. It seems like the emphasis. On lifestyle management for diseases such as atrial fibrillation has increased exponentially as we learn more about arrhythmia mechanisms and now we specifically screen patients for sleep apnea diet alcohol use et cetera. So from all of the landmark clinical research that you've conducted over your career. That's far could you. Maybe summarize for us. What you feel are the biggest takeaways whether in eighth hundred prevention or in any of your other areas that sudden cardiac death. Thank you when i started doing. Research on the epidemiology of heart rhythm disorders really wasn't an emphasis as you say on. Risk factors for h. fibrillation or sudden cardiac death. And then you know a group of us not just myself but amelia benjamin in the premium study and patrick eleanor. We all started to get interested in looking at atrial fibrillation as you would cardiovascular disease and some of the major findings are really related to lifestyle and how it can impact each relation including body mass index. And wait and wait reduction. We've done several studies. One who first authors tetreault who's also electro physiologist at brigham women's hospital and she published a very important study in jack. Where we showed in bunks women. Even being slightly overweight had elevated to risk of fibrillation. And then if you lost weight you lower that risk. And in addition some of the other research we did was around. Exercise and showing that exercise is beneficial to atrial fibrillation. But as we all know too much. Exercise can actually have an adverse effect and this again was a study that was done by tony acer who was also an electro physiologist and his now at nyu worked with me for a while. So both of those manuscripts were very important. With regards management of atrial fibrillation. In addition we also published one of the first studies looking at alcohol intake and h fibrillation. Now there have been multiple multiple studies showing that alcohol is related to atrial fibrillation. And as you know a randomized trial now that shows that if you abstained from alcohol you lower your risk of atrial fibrillation so all of these studies are not just by myself but multiple. Investigators have really changed the practice where we as clinicians think about lowering. Risk factors as electra physiologists event and approach sanders. Work in australia really took it to another level by actually doing clinical trial in showing that reduction of weight and modifying risk factors lowers incidence of atrial fibrillation. So now it's really one of our pillars of treatment and it is rewarding to see something go from observational research to clinical trials in actually to

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"cardiac death" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:05 min | 3 months ago

"cardiac death" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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"cardiac death" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

03:41 min | 6 months ago

"cardiac death" Discussed on Cardionerds

"I so much more sensitive in describing this process so much more we were able to look back at the original echo. I'm really see that there was atrial. Displacement of the mitral anyalysts there was by trillion disjunction evident on the echo in there was systolic kind of curling of the mitral valve leaflets. That is consistent with a diagnosis of mad or my children eulogised junction. So you don't necessarily need to get a cardiac mri on everybody. If you can't appreciate this on echo. I think that's an important teaching point too. Is that you know. Echo can't be perfect and sometimes if you're not confident your echo or you're still suspicious of something when you see something on not getting cardiac. Mri can be very helpful. This is a very ding time point. In how this case is unfolding because we started off with a patient who was otherwise healthy young vibrant productive essentially died was thankfully revived. And now we're struggling to figure out why that happened and to try to prevent later. We've diagnosed mitral valve prolapse from the clinical approach perspective. It's so challenging right. Because mitral valve prolapse is such a common structural. Finding many people have it and associated with vague things palpitations and things like this very rarely. This common finding can be associated with arrhythmia and sudden cardiac death as well as mitral regurgitation or heart failure or whatnot and even though mijo self is very common. The sudden cardiac death is very rare. But even though it's rare it's catastrophic and so to be able to identify high risk features is just so incredibly important so that we don't lose people like him and so on the scale of mitral valve. Prolapse what you're describing to us is a high risk features of mitral valve. Prolapse tend to attend to come with us. Excess risk of tv f. sudden cardiac death. You know like how do these abnormalities form. You've got these redundant leaflets that as the ventricle squeezes the leaflets. Coop but all the redundancy the excess tissue backup into the l. a. the left atrium and decor which are tasked with the duty of holding. The tips leaves together. So they don't flail back into the left atrium all of a sudden they're stretched out in every time they're stretched out they pull onto the Muscles the muscles pull onto the lv walls the annuals alpha sudden very Abruptly it up into the left atrium ripping it apart from the lv mass lv muscle itself. And so all of the stretch injury from a the mild mitral valve. Prolapse may be doesn't have much of a consequence but with a severe match about prolapse with every single heartbeat. Over course of twenty five twenty. Six years causes stretch injury to the pepperoni muscles. You can have scar. Thankfully species does not have that you can have scar in the muscle itself. The let the in for basil area more classically but here. This mitral valve prolapse was severe enough to essentially rip the angeles away from the. Lv muscle causes mitral. Antler destruction so the different varieties and flavors of mitral valve. Prolapse is a pretty severe form and has features that say. Hey look. maybe this isn't just an incidental. Benign finding for this gentleman. Maybe this is actually what resulted in this patient sudden cardiac death we can certainly review all the other high risk features much prolapse but another question comes up what we do about it. You know. we couldn't find scar on the murray. So there's nothing too late there is no induce vita ap study. Does this patient get a mitral valve repair or replacement of or some form to give him an icy d. We do both..

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Dr. Rachel Dolan Discusses The Antipsychotic Drug Epidemic

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

05:54 min | 9 months ago

Dr. Rachel Dolan Discusses The Antipsychotic Drug Epidemic

"Welcome to the healthcare policy podcast on the host David Intra. Kosovo. With me today Dr Rachel Dolan the US House of Representatives ways and Means Committee majority staffer to discuss the majority staffs recently released report titled Under enforced and over prescribed. ANTIPSYCHOTIC drug epidemic ravaging America's nursing homes. Dr Dole and welcome to the program. I David thanks so much for having me. Please call me Rachel. While this'll be the last time Dr Dolan's bio is posted on, of course, the podcast website. In testimony before the House Energy and Commerce Committee two, thousand seven, the FDA's Dr David Graham stated quote. Unquote. Fifteen thousand adults elderly people in nursing homes are dying each year from the off label use of antipsychotic medications. For an indication that the FDA knows the drug doesn't work the problem has been only FDA for years and years close quote. Legal the FDA does provide a black box warning label. Regarding off label use of these drugs, eleven years later, Human Rights Watch published a report titled They Want Docile. How. Nursing homes in the US overmedicated people with dementia. The report found in two thousand, sixteen, seventeen quote unquote massive use or abuse of Anti Psychotics, for example, Sarah. Quel. Doll and Rispler doll that have serious side effects including sudden cardiac death. The human rights report estimated in an average week over one hundred, seventy, nine, thousand, long-stay Nursing Home Facility patients who administered antipsychotic drugs. Without a diagnosis which the drugs are indicated or approved rover, polar disorder and schizophrenia in testimony the ways and means. Committee. Heard this past November Richard Mollet Executive Director of the Long Term Care Community coalition concluded quote the use of San Anti psychotics in skilled nursing facilities is so extensive that puts the US in violation of internal conventions and covenants on torture and cruel inhumane and degrading treatment or punishment. Close quote. This is my third related interview. In December twenty twelve I discussed the topic with Diana Zuckerman. And in February, eighteen high interviewed Hannah Lamb who authored the above mentioned human rights report. With me again to discuss the ways and means report just released titled Under enforced and over prescribed is Rachel Dolan the reports lead author. So that Rachel as background let's get right into this or immediate neatly into the specifics of the report. What did the report find regarding the extent to which? They're persists overuse or misuse of anti psychotics in skilled nursing. David. So the report showed what what you what we would expect from your introduction, which is the use of antipsychotic does persist in nursing homes across the country and it remains quite high and not of course, has implications for patient safety and and health We found in the fourth quarter of Twenty nineteen approximately twenty percent of all skilled nursing facility residents in the US. So that's about two, hundred, Ninety, eight, thousand, six, hundred, fifty people every week received some form of antipsychotic medication and most of that was without any psychosis diagnosis for which these drugs are indicated So specifically, we actually looked at trends and surveyor citations for unnecessary medication use in nursing home. So that's kind of the. Part of this study and what we found was a clear change in citation rates for these facilities between the change in administrations from the Obama Administration to trump administration So we found citations for antipsychotic misuse in sniffs increased by two hundred percent between twenty, fifteen, twenty seventeen but then declined by twenty two percent from two thousand, seventeen to twenty eighteen, and importantly a ten percent of citations associated with actual harm or immediate jeopardy to a residence health or safety. So those are some of the most severe citation surveyors ever capture resulted in no fine from twenty seventeen to twenty eighteen under the trump administration. So you know. I. Would say even though this study in particular couldn't determine causation we we did see a clear association between the Trump Administration's regulatory rollback campaign twenty, seventeen, twenty eighteen and a reduction in citations for these particular drugs. Okay thank you and we'll get into the trump administration's regulatory decisions in this regard in a minute let me just ask as a follow up or an aside question and I don't think I saw this new report. So you may not have these numbers top of mind but worth asking, can you give an approximation of the cost? To the Medicare program at least relative to the overuse I, mean, this is a massive amount of money in reimbursement for these medications. I don't remember offhand. Let's see I think in the in the actually in the report we got About one third of older adult Medicare part d enrolling with dementia who spent more than one hundred days in a nursing humber prescribed antipsychotic in two, thousand, twelve constituting roughly three, hundred, sixty, three, million part D plan payments that year and of course, there's also cost associated with hospitalizations for inappropriate use of these drugs So I would expect you know that that that is obviously very under an understatement understated estimate that does not capture the full realm of payments. So it's it's fairly substantial.

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"cardiac death" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"cardiac death" Discussed on KOMO

"An electrocardiogram can greatly increase the chances of finding the potential for sudden cardiac death in college athletes the study led by U. double ball lead physician Dr Kimberly Harmon looked at more than eighty six hundred screenings the inclusion of an ECG provided a warning for at least nine athletes or standard examination history resulted in only two warnings are which is the biggest roadblock in using ECGs is not the twenty two dollars per test cost but rather the availability of doctors to interpret the results hello Neil komo news on the topic of athletics we hook up with the physically distanced hardly exterior sports test now and combos bill Schwartz college athletes could benefit from that new research led by the U. da a study of more than eight thousand six hundred pac twelve conference athletes found a huge health benefit for those who had an electrocardiogram what we found was that when you use the ECG you're going to find the current war conditions that can lead to sudden cardiac death those athletes to have those conditions are going to have a sudden cardiac death and it doesn't mean that you're going to have to disqualified of athletes because lot of times people can have eight received or you can do different things to mitigate risk husky football team Dr Kim Harmon led the research for the university washing in school of medicine she says an ECG test runs about twenty five dollars less than the price of athletic shoes the NFL is lost a football giant figure former Miami dolphins coach don Shula passed away at age ninety today in his family home and the NFL is canceled five international football games next season over corona virus health concerns those games were to have been played in the United Kingdom and Mexico City sports updates at ten forty after the hour bill Schwartz come on news the latest installment of the ESPN docu series the last dance features the late Kobe Bryant and some rare footage started watching the series last night so good A. B. C.'s TJ Holmes reports Michael Jordan in the locker room we're talking about taking on the then nineteen year.

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Coronavirus patients treated with malaria drug hydroxychloroquine touted by Trump are MORE likely to die, new trial finds

The Daily Dive Weekend Edition

05:29 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus patients treated with malaria drug hydroxychloroquine touted by Trump are MORE likely to die, new trial finds

"We still need more research on which drugs are the most effective in treating cove in nineteen a recent study looking at records from the V. eight shows that there is no overall benefit from using hydroxy Cllr Quinn it was actually two more deaths in patients that were treated with it alone then in combination with the antibiotic azithromycin for more on what how Joxer Cllr Quinn might not be the most effective treatment for corona virus will speak to Chris Rowland business of health care reporter at The Washington Post so this is a study that basically bolsters the deep uncertainty there is around use of hydroxy Cork win and in combination with as it's from my son as well antibiotic in terms of both efficacy and safety there's only been a some very small studies and this is actually one of the first that had a fairly large number of patients and what they did was they the A. and academic researchers at the university of Virginia and the university of South Carolina took a look at patient records looking back so it's called a retrospective study and they look at the records of patients at the VA who had been treated for corona virus and they selected out a bunch that had been treated with hydrochloric when a bunch that have been treated with the combination of Hydroxycut o'quinn enters it from my sin and then the third arm was patients who received neither of those drugs and what they found was that and the hydroxy clerk when alone arm there was like around a twenty seven or twenty eight percent death rate of coronavirus patients compared to the ones that had none of the drug and their death rate was around eleven percent so the death rate was higher for the hydroxy Cork when treated group they also found that when it came to ventilation there was really no meaningful difference between the arms so this antimalarial did basically nothing in terms of keeping people off and layers is someone disappointing I mean this drugs have been used widely and again no one knows whether they're safe and effective in here we have evidence that they're not and it's tough we're speeding through the process on a lot of different levels here because the pandemic hit so hard and so quick so that's why the president had been touting it and say Hey people are having some success with it go for it but we didn't have the studies done to really tell us what was going on that's why Dr Anthony Fauci from the task force said I can't endorse that thing just yet one interesting part of this study they look at all males which is we've heard of that cove in nineteen hits males particularly hard I don't know if there was anything to that is just all the people that were in this were male this is not peer reviewed it's not a randomized placebo controlled clinical trials so it's a little different from a full full on study it's kind of a quick and dirty way to try to scoop up some data and see what the effects are is you just go into the computer systems at your disposal on an anonymous basis a bunch of patient records the reason it was small man by the way since VA where I guess the VA population in general is mostly male there were a small number of women in their first pass and they just left all the women out because it was so small and so it indeed it's not compared to a placebo which is like a dummy drug which is really the gold standard of trying to figure out whether a drug works because say you can compare again in this one you don't know any any of these arms exactly how many of those patients would have gotten better weather without the drugs so it's very difficult it makes the comparison pretty murky but again it shows that the reason these drugs have been used is because there is no treatment approved for corona virus these drugs are on the market for malaria and also for lupus and rheumatoid arthritis and they were readily available so people just started trying them based on some belief that their entire inflammatory effects would have benefit yeah and it's turning out that they may not want to talk a little bit more about hydroxy clerk as you mentioned earlier I mean all this points to just the uncertainty of this this study cautioned that we shouldn't be using this so widespread until we know more about it but there are some known side effects or using hydroxy clerk when some cardiac death there was a French study a Brazilian study that both had problems with patients developing heart problems and I guess there's something called QT prolongation which kind of affects the timing of the hearts of these are some of the things that have been popping up with the use of this the side effects of Hydroxycut work when are well known and alarmingly as it from my sandwiches the antibiotic that's been using combination also has the same side effect of extending the period between your heart recharging and if your heart is re charging more than half a second it takes more than half a second to recharge time before beats you're in a position where you could have a dangerous arisen mia which could lead to sudden cardiac death it's a very serious obviously dangerous side effect that pops up in about one percent of patients who take this drug and manageable when you're dealing with a small number of patients who take it but when potentially hundreds of thousands of people are starting to take it or a million then you're gonna have you know as many as ten thousand people suffering serious cardiac events and possibly dying and that's why you know the president came under a fair amount of criticism for pushing these drugs so aggressively when there is this clear side effect and efficacy is really unknown against corona

"cardiac death" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

Mayo Clinic Radio

13:37 min | 1 year ago

"cardiac death" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

"Dr Michael Ackerman. Welcome back to the program Ackerman. Thanks a lot good to be with you. Good to see you so tell our audience first of all what we mean when we say off label drugs off label is the term. That's being used for medications that are. Fda approved you and I can prescribe them but they've been FDA approved for different and other specific diseases. So as a cardiologist. I use medications all the time that are FDA approved but they're not labeled or indicated for the particular disease that treating right now and it's because I think it will work for that disease and so I'm using it and that's what's off label and so the medications were hearing about now like hydroxy. Clarkin is off label for covert nineteen. Its on label. So people who have rheumatoid arthritis lupus do take this drug right absolutely and that's on label or those who are preventing malaria or got malaria and are treating their malarial disease. That's the FDA approved indication for a drug like hydroxy chloroquine but for any other purpose cove nineteen or any other condition that would be viewed as off label. So the reason why this is coming to the front is because there is some thought that possibly would work for cove ED patients. Yes there's Now I'm just a genetic cardiologists. The infectious disease specialists and scientists are telling us that in vitro it looks like drugs like hydroxy. Chloroquine might interfere with the ability of the corona virus to be able to penetrate the cells. The body the lung cells or if we got infected and we're having respiratory distress it may counter or temper or neutralize the inflammatory respiratory distress reaction. And so that's in-vitro in vitro meaning in the test tube dish. Yeah exactly and then there's the small study out of France that suggested anecdotal benefits. So it's not randomize is not controlled is not large but there was a good enough signal that physicians throughout the world are starting to look at a drug like hydroxy chloroquine and saying I think the benefit might outweigh the with risk and while we're waiting for the benefit to be clearly demonstrated by the studies that you and I like to see done for it to have enough evidence for it to become on label and indicated drugs like these are starting to be used all over the world particularly in New York in our country right now and you use the word anecdotal and it might and it may end. Were curious about I mean so. That's the problem here because people are afraid and tell us what's happening. Well I think The what's happening varies all over the place. I think the signal is quite encouraging. I mean the the you talk to you. Infectious disease experts. There's reason for why there's enthusiasm about a drug like hydroxy chloroquine with or without the addition of Zithromax Mason or Zithromax the CPAC so there's encouragement and there's hope there's actually real hope from what I'm told again. I just listened to the Infectious Disease Specialists Tell us what the concern is from your stand. Yeah the hope. Is the hope of therapeutic efficacy which we all hope we'll see has to be balanced with these are powerful powerful medications and like any powerful medication. They don't come without their unwanted side effect baggage and that unwanted side effect. It's one thing if the side effect is a little headache a little dizziness. A little diarrhea. It's another thing. If that unwanted side effect is drug induced sudden cardiac death to wear the treatment itself becomes the tragic ending for the patient because it causes sudden cardiac death. And that's the that's the concern that needs to be balanced with the hope for therapeutic efficacy. But what could be the dark side of these medications and can we counter the dark side? And can we neutralize that threat and the good news? Is We absolutely can? Have you seen this happen where someone died from taking? Was it an overdose of hydroxy chloroquine or the usual dose? No usual dose. It can be usual dose so right dose but in the wrong host can be a nasty combination and I think just as recently as a couple of days ago a couple in Arizona died from chloroquine so they took chloroquine as a supplement that they got from. I don't know where some aquarium store chloroquine phosphate right and it was clean which is sort of the first generation anti malarial drug and died from what looks to be chloroquine-induced. Sudden Cardiac death. These are powerful medicines. And we need to identify the small group of us who might be. Qt At risk of this tragic unwanted side effect and then we can neutralize that threat. Now so tell us what you mean by Cutie at risk. And how do you determine? Yeah so so the mechanism behind these drugs. Unwanted side effect is that they have a tendency to prolong the hearts q t interval so the hearts q t interval is a surface measurement that we get from twelve lead electric cardiogram and e c g. that tells us what the patient's Q. Tc value is and that value reflects the health of the heart's electrical recharging system. And just like goldilocks and the three bears. Too Hot too cold. Just right. There's a just right range for that value if it's too hot and gets too long. That person is vulnerable to this unwanted side effect so we need to have our patients our doctors our health care team providers know the Q. Tc know your patients cute so that we know whether they're incredibly low risk green light good to go or whether there needs to be the caution light or they're still be the red lights. Stop this value in this particular host suggests that this risk is a very very real risk and then we need to figure out what's our counter attack so in patients like that you probably would you would try to avoid hydroxy. Click as a drug to treat. It depends right so if let's say that Cova. Nineteen patient is my age young or younger and the diseases. Mild and my qt see is at red alert status then. I probably will skip that therapy. Because the disease is mild and the risk is outweighing the potential benefit on the other hand. Let's say my Cova. Nineteen is rearing itself badly in me and now I need therapeutic benefit if it's there because there's not a lot of other options. I might except Mike Ut Danger I might make sure that the doctor and the healthcare team has removed any other acute aggravating. Factors make sure. My potassium levels are good. My magnesium levels are good but it may be worth it and that's the risk benefit calculus that the healthcare team will decide as to does. The potential benefit outweigh this potential risk of the drug so it really will be a patient by patient. Precision medicine is deciding. What is the best therapy for that patient? At that time and make sure we're respecting the efficacy if we detect it and but giving full respect not fear but full respect to this unwanted side effect that we can prevent the tragedy of Hydroxy Corcoran induce sudden cardiac death. But this is a prescription medication and so people can't just go to their pharmacy and ask for it over the counter. But what they can do is find it in other ways whether it is from their aquarium or from a relative who. Maybe we'd have this prescription. That's why it's important to monitor that it's really important. Don't take your grandmother's Rheumatoid Arthritis Blackwill Hydrochloric one without guidance from the healthcare team before your placed on these medications. No you're not see find out. Are you in the queue danger zone or are you green light good to go so ninety percent of all of us when we get our check will be like at the clear? The airport you are cleared and the risk is going to be almost zero ninety percent so everybody needs a twelve lead. Ekg before they take Hydroxy Clark on. I think that's the idea. Or let's say they're already in the hospital and they're on telemetry and you and I can look at the rhythm strip and immediately see by just is that if the so-called q t interval is less than half of the R R interval the heart rate. Then we already know that person would be in acute. Tc green light go status. And there's even newer way so just last Friday. The FDA granted emergency approval for a smartphone enabled device mobile device to be used for qt monitoring for Cova nineteen pharmacotherapy. So that could be really helpful because now you don't need an E. C. G. technician to go into a covert positive patients room before the drug two hours after the drug two days later so we don't have to have them have their exposure risk. We don't have to have them the technician using the protective personal equipment and we might be able to have the cute being monitored almost like vital sign so it could join blood pressure and what's your saturation. As a real time vital sign as to is. You're still in green light safe status. Has It moved to caution? Let's check things out as it moved to Red Light Stop. And that's the algorithm that we put forward to make it really simple for the healthcare teams throughout the world to get an assessment is my patient. Qt safe for this drug respecting that it could do cutie reaction. How should we monitor for it? What steps should we take? If it's there the qt signal and we're now in. Wont Wont Red Light Status to counter that. Let's say you and I decide or the infectious disease doctors side. Yes they really should be on this drug. We're kind of running out of time. We think it will be beneficial or the data is coming out proving its benefit. How do we counter it? How would you best describe the situation right now? As people search for medications or combinations of medications that will help patients with cove in nineteen. Yea I think like all of us no matter where we are in our feelings and sense about corona virus it ranges from I would say still ignorance and sort of an oblivious nature. What's the big deal to beyond paranoid fear? That's really out of Control and I think knowledge allows order to be restored. Proof allows a calm to occur right so I think as we get more knowledgeable we know. We need to be physically distance from each other. That's incredibly important. I don't know how many times I've washed my hands today. A Lot. My temperature this morning was ninety. Six point nine. So I've got the green light go in those parameters but I think the healthcare teams are also like the community at large. It's wild west out there. We have healthcare teams. Who are sort of saying? I'm going to use these drugs and I'm not gonNA even bother checking. The patients cute will just view that consequence drug and do sudden cardiac death as friendly fire in this war. We have others. Who will say. Let's send the tech in there before two hours after the next day the next day the next day exposing them and using mass and having sort of paranoia itself and I think we we. We can provide the urgent guidance. That's what we've done here now at Mayo Clinic is that we we have to step in if this drug is going to work and if it's going to be used more it's being used a lot already. We need to make sure that it safely used and that we decrease the chances of drug induced tragedy where the treatment caused the sudden cardiac death to the greatest extent possible. And we can. We absolutely can used wisely. This drug can be used very well all right. So the drugs that you're concerned about our chloroquine hydroxy chloroquine. And isn't there a drug to treat HIV that also can have the same side effect that is Arrhythmia and sudden cardiac death? Absolutely all three of those plus Azithromycin so some people are using hydrochloric when and Zithromax and in combination and.

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"cardiac death" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

13:37 min | 1 year ago

"cardiac death" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"Dr Michael Ackerman. Welcome back to the program Ackerman. Thanks a lot good to be with you. Good to see you so tell our audience first of all what we mean when we say off label drugs off label is the term. That's being used for medications that are. Fda approved you and I can prescribe them but they've been FDA approved for different and other specific diseases. So as a cardiologist. I use medications all the time that are FDA approved but they're not labeled or indicated for the particular disease that treating right now and it's because I think it will work for that disease and so I'm using it and that's what's off label and so the medications were hearing about now like hydroxy. Clarkin is off label for covert nineteen. Its on label. So people who have rheumatoid arthritis lupus do take this drug right absolutely and that's on label or those who are preventing malaria or got malaria and are treating their malarial disease. That's the FDA approved indication for a drug like hydroxy chloroquine but for any other purpose cove nineteen or any other condition that would be viewed as off label. So the reason why this is coming to the front is because there is some thought that possibly would work for cove ED patients. Yes there's Now I'm just a genetic cardiologists. The infectious disease specialists and scientists are telling us that in vitro it looks like drugs like hydroxy. Chloroquine might interfere with the ability of the corona virus to be able to penetrate the cells. The body the lung cells or if we got infected and we're having respiratory distress it may counter or temper or neutralize the inflammatory respiratory distress reaction. And so that's in-vitro in vitro meaning in the test tube dish. Yeah exactly and then there's the small study out of France that suggested anecdotal benefits. So it's not randomize is not controlled is not large but there was a good enough signal that physicians throughout the world are starting to look at a drug like hydroxy chloroquine and saying I think the benefit might outweigh the with risk and while we're waiting for the benefit to be clearly demonstrated by the studies that you and I like to see done for it to have enough evidence for it to become on label and indicated drugs like these are starting to be used all over the world particularly in New York in our country right now and you use the word anecdotal and it might and it may end. Were curious about I mean so. That's the problem here because people are afraid and tell us what's happening. Well I think The what's happening varies all over the place. I think the signal is quite encouraging. I mean the the you talk to you. Infectious disease experts. There's reason for why there's enthusiasm about a drug like hydroxy chloroquine with or without the addition of Zithromax Mason or Zithromax the CPAC so there's encouragement and there's hope there's actually real hope from what I'm told again. I just listened to the Infectious Disease Specialists Tell us what the concern is from your stand. Yeah the hope. Is the hope of therapeutic efficacy which we all hope we'll see has to be balanced with these are powerful powerful medications and like any powerful medication. They don't come without their unwanted side effect baggage and that unwanted side effect. It's one thing if the side effect is a little headache a little dizziness. A little diarrhea. It's another thing. If that unwanted side effect is drug induced sudden cardiac death to wear the treatment itself becomes the tragic ending for the patient because it causes sudden cardiac death. And that's the that's the concern that needs to be balanced with the hope for therapeutic efficacy. But what could be the dark side of these medications and can we counter the dark side? And can we neutralize that threat and the good news? Is We absolutely can? Have you seen this happen where someone died from taking? Was it an overdose of hydroxy chloroquine or the usual dose? No usual dose. It can be usual dose so right dose but in the wrong host can be a nasty combination and I think just as recently as a couple of days ago a couple in Arizona died from chloroquine so they took chloroquine as a supplement that they got from. I don't know where some aquarium store chloroquine phosphate right and it was clean which is sort of the first generation anti malarial drug and died from what looks to be chloroquine-induced. Sudden Cardiac death. These are powerful medicines. And we need to identify the small group of us who might be. Qt At risk of this tragic unwanted side effect and then we can neutralize that threat. Now so tell us what you mean by Cutie at risk. And how do you determine? Yeah so so the mechanism behind these drugs. Unwanted side effect is that they have a tendency to prolong the hearts q t interval so the hearts q t interval is a surface measurement that we get from twelve lead electric cardiogram and e c g. that tells us what the patient's Q. Tc value is and that value reflects the health of the heart's electrical recharging system. And just like goldilocks and the three bears. Too Hot too cold. Just right. There's a just right range for that value if it's too hot and gets too long. That person is vulnerable to this unwanted side effect so we need to have our patients our doctors our health care team providers know the Q. Tc know your patients cute so that we know whether they're incredibly low risk green light good to go or whether there needs to be the caution light or they're still be the red lights. Stop this value in this particular host suggests that this risk is a very very real risk and then we need to figure out what's our counter attack so in patients like that you probably would you would try to avoid hydroxy. Click as a drug to treat. It depends right so if let's say that Cova. Nineteen patient is my age young or younger and the diseases. Mild and my qt see is at red alert status then. I probably will skip that therapy. Because the disease is mild and the risk is outweighing the potential benefit on the other hand. Let's say my Cova. Nineteen is rearing itself badly in me and now I need therapeutic benefit if it's there because there's not a lot of other options. I might except Mike Ut Danger I might make sure that the doctor and the healthcare team has removed any other acute aggravating. Factors make sure. My potassium levels are good. My magnesium levels are good but it may be worth it and that's the risk benefit calculus that the healthcare team will decide as to does. The potential benefit outweigh this potential risk of the drug so it really will be a patient by patient. Precision medicine is deciding. What is the best therapy for that patient? At that time and make sure we're respecting the efficacy if we detect it and but giving full respect not fear but full respect to this unwanted side effect that we can prevent the tragedy of Hydroxy Corcoran induce sudden cardiac death. But this is a prescription medication and so people can't just go to their pharmacy and ask for it over the counter. But what they can do is find it in other ways whether it is from their aquarium or from a relative who. Maybe we'd have this prescription. That's why it's important to monitor that it's really important. Don't take your grandmother's Rheumatoid Arthritis Blackwill Hydrochloric one without guidance from the healthcare team before your placed on these medications. No you're not see find out. Are you in the queue danger zone or are you green light good to go so ninety percent of all of us when we get our check will be like at the clear? The airport you are cleared and the risk is going to be almost zero ninety percent so everybody needs a twelve lead. Ekg before they take Hydroxy Clark on. I think that's the idea. Or let's say they're already in the hospital and they're on telemetry and you and I can look at the rhythm strip and immediately see by just is that if the so-called q t interval is less than half of the R R interval the heart rate. Then we already know that person would be in acute. Tc green light go status. And there's even newer way so just last Friday. The FDA granted emergency approval for a smartphone enabled device mobile device to be used for qt monitoring for Cova nineteen pharmacotherapy. So that could be really helpful because now you don't need an E. C. G. technician to go into a covert positive patients room before the drug two hours after the drug two days later so we don't have to have them have their exposure risk. We don't have to have them the technician using the protective personal equipment and we might be able to have the cute being monitored almost like vital sign so it could join blood pressure and what's your saturation. As a real time vital sign as to is. You're still in green light safe status. Has It moved to caution? Let's check things out as it moved to Red Light Stop. And that's the algorithm that we put forward to make it really simple for the healthcare teams throughout the world to get an assessment is my patient. Qt safe for this drug respecting that it could do cutie reaction. How should we monitor for it? What steps should we take? If it's there the qt signal and we're now in. Wont Wont Red Light Status to counter that. Let's say you and I decide or the infectious disease doctors side. Yes they really should be on this drug. We're kind of running out of time. We think it will be beneficial or the data is coming out proving its benefit. How do we counter it? How would you best describe the situation right now? As people search for medications or combinations of medications that will help patients with cove in nineteen. Yea I think like all of us no matter where we are in our feelings and sense about corona virus it ranges from I would say still ignorance and sort of an oblivious nature. What's the big deal to beyond paranoid fear? That's really out of Control and I think knowledge allows order to be restored. Proof allows a calm to occur right so I think as we get more knowledgeable we know. We need to be physically distance from each other. That's incredibly important. I don't know how many times I've washed my hands today. A Lot. My temperature this morning was ninety. Six point nine. So I've got the green light go in those parameters but I think the healthcare teams are also like the community at large. It's wild west out there. We have healthcare teams. Who are sort of saying? I'm going to use these drugs and I'm not gonNA even bother checking. The patients cute will just view that consequence drug and do sudden cardiac death as friendly fire in this war. We have others. Who will say. Let's send the tech in there before two hours after the next day the next day the next day exposing them and using mass and having sort of paranoia itself and I think we we. We can provide the urgent guidance. That's what we've done here now at Mayo Clinic is that we we have to step in if this drug is going to work and if it's going to be used more it's being used a lot already. We need to make sure that it safely used and that we decrease the chances of drug induced tragedy where the treatment caused the sudden cardiac death to the greatest extent possible. And we can. We absolutely can used wisely. This drug can be used very well all right. So the drugs that you're concerned about our chloroquine hydroxy chloroquine. And isn't there a drug to treat HIV that also can have the same side effect that is Arrhythmia and sudden cardiac death? Absolutely all three of those plus Azithromycin so some people are using hydrochloric when and Zithromax and in combination and.

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"cardiac death" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"cardiac death" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Any Kettering Chicago dot com coming up a big fight at Disney world may was Disneyland I just know I cut the piece of the story that said punches were thrown in front of goofy as the world continues to lose its mass not right spot now by next door and window you're Steve thank you good morning everyone at sixty nine degrees on our way to eighty eight today a new study says most dietary supplements do not protect people against heart attack stroke or death from heart disease researchers at West Virginia University found little evidence that supplements improve heart health researchers found that fish oil does offer some benefit in reducing the risk of a heart attack and overall heart disease and the fully Cassidy is linked to a lower risk of stroke but they say there's no evidence the multi vitamins anti oxidants iron or vitamins a and B. had any effect on heart health an investigation is underway after a suspected kidnapper was shot and killed by Chicago police on the northwest side forty set off duty police officer saw two people handcuffed together running down the street yesterday morning the pair claimed that they had been kidnapped during a carjacking Sunday night in suburban Elgin officers were called to the sixty two hundred block of west Grande where they entered an apartment gunfire was exchanged and the kidnapping suspect was shot and killed southern Illinois is facing a national controversy after the country rock band Confederate railroad was removed from the calling state fairs grandstand line up last week controversy over the removal centers around the first amendment and their use of the name and symbols of the confederacy a Facebook group calling for a boycott of the fair is reach more than twenty four hundred members in four days several southern Illinois venues you're trying to work to book the band for a local make up show those are the headlines WGN sports it's all start Tuesday in Cleveland the American League plays the National League tonight the all star game the starting pitchers Justin Werner lander for the American League Berliner this year ten and for a two point nine eight earned run average they'd Dodgers he on January you will start for the nationally tended to eat leads the major leagues well the one point seven three three white socks on the American League roster three cubs on the league squad last night the home run derby won by Mets rookie Pete Alonso who beat flat Guerrero junior in the final to win one million dollars finding hope in the big leagues sponsored by the village of Bedford park building for the future the white Sox claim first baseman AJ read off waivers from Houston they've assigned him day triple A. Charlotte the twenty six year old read had been designated for assignment by Houston last week he's played in forty eight games over three seasons with the Astros the Blackhawks came to terms with first rounder Kirby doc women's quarterfinals run away at Wimbledon where coco Goff was ousted yesterday in the fourth round of the home of the Blackhawks the northwestern Wildcats of white Sox baseball Dave at it WGN sports the key to a good.

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"cardiac death" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

13:32 min | 2 years ago

"cardiac death" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Dramatically more than statins com. I think you should be taking a fish oil every day what you breakfast or with your dinner. It doesn't matter when you take it. You take it with any meal, but it has to be taken with food. Otherwise, it's not a joke. When we come back. I'm gonna talk about fish, oil wells and breast cancer. And his today's special buy one bottle of any of today's featured items at suggested retail and get the second bottle at fifty percent off call now and get free shipping and free gift. Here's the number and write it down because you could speak with an invite nutritionist seven days a week the numbers eight hundred three seven three eight nine eight nine the number for invite eight hundred three seven three eight nine eight nine that's eight hundred three seven three eight nine eight nine and visit our retail locations, Manhattan Brooklyn, Bronx queens, Nassau County in the Garden State plaza and parameters stop by and visit with our nutritionists. We post studies on our website at invite health dot com when placing your order type of promo code WABC. You can hit the chat button Francis to your questions. All listen to podcasts of our recent shows, all that invite health dot com. You can also follow invite on Facebook or Twitter for today's specials. Our number again is eight hundred three seven three eight nine eight nine. Okay. Welcome back pharmacist nutritionist. Jerry hickey. So many studies show that if you get one hundred milligrams of DHA every day wanted to to fish oils wonder to most well-known fficials one hundred milligrams a day reduces your risk of Alzheimer's disease by thirty six percent. Our officials has two hundred milligrams of DHA, so you certainly covered and its pharmaceutical grade it's a million percent free. Mercury. So it's even safe for a pregnant woman. Taking that much fish. While also reduces your risk of sudden cardiac death by thirty three percent. Now, let's talk about breast cancer. And also, by the way, reduce your risk of a broken hip. British medical journal. It's a review of twenty six studies that included eight hundred and eighty four thousand participants. Twenty studies eight hundred and eighty four thousand participants just reviewed it was collated. It was accepted as high high quality data. They found n general the amount officials. Most people get lowers the risk of breast cancer by fourteen percent engine. Let me tell you something fourteen percent reduction in breast cancer risk is pretty big cause breast cancer is so common breast cancer is so common data fourteen percent risk reduction actually has an impact on public health. But it gets better. If you take a fish oil capsule every day supplying five hundred milligrams of EPA and DHA if you take official that's exactly what we have in our official capsule. If you take a fish oil capsule every day. This is a dose response analysis. In other words, there's a linear relationship the more oils. You get per day up to a certain point the more protect you from breast cancer. So one of our officials day maximizes the amount of protection, you could get from fficials lowering the risk of breast cancer by a solid twenty four percent and the general population of women pre menopausal postmenopausal. Taking a fish oil capsule. Everyday reduces your risk of breast cancer by twenty four percent. So here's the journal annals of epidemiology. That's Columbia University in Manhattan at New York University in Manhattan at Mount Sinai school of medicine in Manhattan as Comprehensive Cancer Center in the university of Chicago at university of South Carolina in Columbia, South Carolina, and the university of North Carolina Chapel Hill, they all work together on this. It's out here in Long Island. It was over by manhasset and port Washington and Rosalyn. And a Long Island New York population. Based study of one thousand four hundred sixty three women with breast cancer and fifteen hundred women breast cancer free. They're looking at fish oils. At St. amount of omega three to omega six dot dot matters. If you have sufficient al-maitah three thatch in your body versus omega six a fifty nine percent risk reduction of developing breast cancer. So more fish oils compared to omega six fatty acids, reduce your risk of breast cancer. The risk reduction is up to fifty nine percent. I make go to a whole bunch of reasons why this is plausible. I believe that fish oils, lower the risk of a broken, bone and broken hip because they create plasma allergens that make your your bones. More sturdy, I believe that ficials lower your risk of depression and anxiety and Alzheimer's disease. Because they make plasma Elgin's brain under restored cholesterol phospholipids level in the brain and to reduce inflammation of the brain. His officials are partially converted into a Resolven and protections for your brain function. And I do believe fish oils, prevent you from dying from a massive, heart attack and sudden cardiac death now, how many studies do I have on that? I have folders facility studies. I have a folder full of studies on breast cancer. You're free to come look at it. I've a folder full of studies on heart attacks and sudden cardiac death, you free to come look at it. I have a folder full of studies on on brain diseases and depression and anxiety, and I am also hammers disease and fish oils. I have all these studies. The study. So our pharmaceutical grade incredibly clean easy to swallow once a day one capsule day with a meal you pick the meal because the Fisher will build up in the body. You wanna get your omega three index? It's blood test of your official level above eight. That's when you get the the best level of protection from breast cancer from Alzheimer's disease. From sudden cardiac death in a massive, heart attack and from a broken hip. So one of our fficials day should do it, and you can still eat fish when you honour some shrimpers shrimp sushi now because I'm talking about the brain I put several other brain products on special. I put our codnitions on special. Now, let's say I would vary the dosage depending on the person. So let's say you're a forty year old person that went back to night school to get your your degree in accounting. Okay. Or you went back to take walk horses. I would say take three of the cognition with dinner to open up your brain to get the brain blood flowing in the oxygen flowing awake. Your brain up to keep your brain going. Why are you studying at night? You forty years old. You worked all day, probably in some Bank or some investment house. And now at night, you're going to night school for either accounting or for your law degree, or maybe you're in medical school not night. You take an additional courses you take him on the weekend. Take three of cognition with a meal before you study. And it'll help you brain bubble better. There's no stimulants in it. But let's say you're an older person with a higher level of need. You're actually losing memory, then take three cognition two to three times a day with your meals to get the brain though to bring on. So watch in cognition. Well, there's. To herbs. One of them is ginkgo biloba. And the Geico biloba is high into gingko Flavin black asides a deter pine lactones these improve circulation and the delivery of oxygen throughout the brain. She as you grow older or if you smoke or if you abuse alcohol war if you have diabetes. At any age circulation to the brain has declined. The gingko has been shown to improve perfusion after frontal cortex. When memory takes place. We're learning takes place where problem solving teach play those hire more advanced parts of the brain. The restore circulation globally throughout the brain. But especially to the frontal cortex world up memory stuff. Takes place. Ginko in there. And then there's who Persia Surata which. Is commonly called a club. Moss tooth at club. Moss? Who purchased Surata keeps you recedo choline around. Now, that's important. Even in the smartest astrophysicist, even smartest fiscal account. Even and the smartest playwright there's a decline and acetylcholine levels with age, the smartest. Professor and Yale medical school, the smartest professor that teaches physics and Princeton that doesn't matter. They all have a decline in Sheetal calling and that's bad because she'll calling those three major things one. It helps solve problems. When you want to solve a problem how to get out of trouble. That's a seato calling working in conjunction with norepinephrine and dopamine. To a Sheetal calling repairs. Agree matter you bring this is one reason why taking strong anti excuse me. This is one reason why taking strong antihistamines can mess what your memory day block as Sheetal calling function. You can't repay your brain using a powerful antihistamine. Like fin hydra me aka Benadryl consistently over a month or two causes permanent Walsh of memory function and bring cause for a whole month at blocked acetylcholine ability to repay your brain cells. So acetylcholine repairs. Your brain Ashida calling on Ravel's problems helps you get to a solution. And then released a dopamine to act on the show and acetylcholine is your memory neurotransmitter. When you learn something Gabba opens up the memory cell. Glutamate pushes the information in there on a Sheetal calling seals the contract when you want to remember things acetylcholine retrieves the memory. So when you're older and you're having trouble. Remembering things, it's not just duct as less circulation to the brain. There's also less acetylcholine without acetylcholine. You can't retrieved a member to who purrs you Surata in cognition helps boost acetylcholine levels in the brain it interacts with another ingredient in there called Al car. Al. Gives you the acetyl group and who purchased Sharada keeps it around. Then here's coenzyme one many of you are familiar with coenzyme q ten. This is coenzyme one there's no Q in. It's coenzyme one called NATO, h that's a form of three that's needed for memory and brain health and prevent Parkinson's disease and prevent Alzheimer's disease. That's an air. It's super energizes the brain. It's not coffee. It's natural energy. It's the energy that's supposed to be in your brain the energy in your brain. When you were eighteen years old, and then there's phosphorous title searing complex to restore the glycerin phospholipids level in the brain that's needed for you member and a prevent depression, and of preventing society and to treat stress. So here's a couple of letters on the cognition. I'm not gonna read you to study on the individual ingredients. But I could read you how many hundreds and hundreds of studies. Hundreds and hundreds of studies on the individual ingredients. Here's Eileen in east meadow, New York, I've been on your Coug nation for years. It keeps my brain sharp. It keeps my brain relaxed. It is great brain food. Great brain food. Here's Dennis in Jamaica, New York, I had a real problem with numbers. With doing math calculations in my head since my constant use of your of your cognition. I have made a remarkable improvement on my concentration. Well, that's pretty cool. Here's y'all New York. I've been on your cognition for six months. It's very good for brain health. It's helping might depression. It's improving my mood. That's pretty cool. That's very safety us. It's these many of these nutrients are supposed to be in your brain. But they'll level has declined. What age here's Daniel in New York City. I really believe my memory has improved since I've been taking your cognition. I've been taking it for one year. This one is tool. It's a page and a half long. I'm not reading. But it's about a woman whose son went back to he's an accountant he went back to law school and at night before he goes to classes, he takes the cognition, and it makes your brain more aware and more focused and sharper and more energetic at night. Otherwise, you said he's too tired. So he's using cognition at night to go to law school..

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"cardiac death" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"cardiac death" Discussed on KTRH

"What about lunch for yourself taken taken it to work? It's far better than having to go out to lunch every day in number one spend money and number two eat crap. And that's only gonna make you gain weight. And raise your blood pressure. So us tonight. You still got a little bit of time. I'm not advocating going shopping last minute. But soon as the program is over hop in your car drive down to your local supermarket and get the things you need for the kids or better yet. What I do. And I have done is make breakfast. Now, if you wanna make a nice egg white omelet or a regular omelette for the kids make it now. Cook it up. Put it on a plate. Little aluminum foil. Stick it in the refrigerator, and then muses wake up. Get the kids up clean them up. Give them a nice breakfast. You can do it right now. All right. All right. And speaking of food, I do have a somewhat of a recipe to share with you. So if you're at home gilts. And keep in mind that sudden cardiac arrest is not a heart attack. Typically sudden cardiac death is related to some sort of electrical problem an electrical storm in the heart which results in. The. Impulses of the heart not working sometimes a severe blow to the chest can cause or trigger the this electrical activity. In ninety ninety five percent of the cases, son cardiac death sudden cardiac arrest, the victim is lost. So what we need to do. And this is where everybody needs to sort of pay attention here. The victim of sudden cardiac arrest must receive life saving defibrillation from an.

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"cardiac death" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"cardiac death" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The risk of sudden cardiac death was reduced by thirty three percent the risk of sudden cardiac death and the risk of a heart attack now these are people who are at the highest risk of heart attack twentyfive percent lower risk of a heart attack so what sudden cardiac death glad you wish about three hundred fifty thousand americans every year several have happened during the course of this program it's already happening during the course of this program three hundred and fifty thousand americans every year their heart suddenly stops beating now the scary thing about that is they don't know they have heart disease this is the first symptom so three hundred fifty thousand americans year have a heart seizure their heart suddenly stopped beating the problem is only ten percent of them will revive only ten percent of them their heart will restart beating again the rest of them go into sudden cardiac death within minutes they're dead they're gone that's three hundred and fifteen thousand american so believe me over the course of this program we've been on the air now a little over an hour it's happened to several people taking fish oils in hundreds of thousands of people this has been proven and and meta analysis you meta analysis scores and scores and scores are human clinical trials randomized controlled clinical trial forwardlooking human clinical trials they've shown that taking fish oils even in people who've had a heart attack previously even people at heart damage strongly lowers their risk of sudden cardiac death by thirty three percent at very dependable how dependable as well if you look at the american heart association they're very conservative and their advice and recommendations they don't fool around they say people would heart disease should have fish oils everyday not just depend on eating salmon day should have fish oil capsules every single day to make sure they get an officials the lower their risk of sudden cardiac death so it lowers your risk attack from atrial fibrillation at lower risk of dying from tripler techy cardia at low those are very deadly at love and trick tacky cardio left lower part of your heart pumping like an exaggerated rate very dangerous it lowers your risk of sudden cardiac death at lower risk of heart seizure it lowers your risk of.

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"cardiac death" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"cardiac death" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Thirty five fifty three the power of prevention with dr dave jenga is brought to you by the institute for preventative sports medicine it's that time of year again folks when millions of students will be heading back to sports activities number one prevention tip every student every student athletes must have a pre participation physical exam why because six to twenty percent of athletes will have an abnormal exam and will need further testing of that group one in five hundred student athletes we'll have thickening of the heart muscle which can lead to a sudden cardiac death event a thorough pre participation history and physical exam can pick up abnormalities to reduce the incidence of this sudden cardiac death problem bottom line when it comes to prevention carrying is the first step but for it to be more than empty rhetoric action must follow for more information on the institute prevention and dr dave genders book the awakening of a surgeon focusing on the power of prevention visit www dot no injury dot com honesty reliability and integrity these three words define the camino coin company recommended by many of the top economic and financial forecasters as the dealer to go to you coming oh coin goes the extra mile none of their traders work on commission so there's no hard sell they answer any at all questions you may have buying or selling virtually any quantity of gold or silver is easy in person or by phone at camino coin a two thousand dollar order is as important as a one million dollar order they treat every client with exceptional care camino coin encourages clients to have a selection of gold silver and gold and they understand the unique benefits of each give them a call at one six five zero three four eight three thousand and tell them dave janice sent you or visit them online at camino company dot com let camino coin assist you today with your purchase of precious metals remember honesty reliability and integrity will guide camino coin as they help you place your order one six five zero three four eight three thousand or or online at camino company dot.

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"cardiac death" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"cardiac death" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"Lowers their risk of breast cancer twenty four percent now there's scores of studies showing us and that's a huge level of protection lowering breast cancer so common if you lower the risk of breast cancer by twenty four percent simply by taking fish oil capsules that's a huge benefit to the entire population but it gets better if you have enough fish oils in your heart and god forbid you have a heart attack it lessens the amount of damage to the heart is several nutrients to do that ubiquonol alcohol with and fficials if there's enough of them in the heart and god forbid you had a heart attack it lessens the amount of damage to the heart it prevents scarring and damage and stiffening at a heartless to a degree ficials reliably and krill oil reliably lower the risk of sudden cardiac death there's scores and scores of studies showing so let me tell you what that's all about about three hundred and fifty thousand americans that's current estimate suffer from heart seizures every year as their first symptom that they have clogged arteries in their heart the first symptom of heart disease for three hundred and fifty thousand americans every single year every single day just this is happening is a heart seizure the heart suddenly and completely stop speeding here's the problem only ten percent of those people survived at only ten percent of those people widow will their heart start to beat again so three hundred and fifteen thousand a big number three hundred and fifteen thousand americans does somebody right now it's happening to somebody three hundred fifteen thousand americans every year their heart stops beating suddenly and it doesn't start again it's called sudden cardiac death it's happening right now while we're talking to somebody shamu fficials lowered risk of sudden cardiac death by thirty four percent okay sudden cardiac death kills one hundred and fifteen thousand americans each year fish was also lowered the risk of a fatal heart attack by thirty three percent is a lot of data on this this study just came out boston university boston university is.

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"cardiac death" Discussed on KWAI 1080 AM

KWAI 1080 AM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"cardiac death" Discussed on KWAI 1080 AM

"In my body and when we have too much of that excess protein circulating in our bodies again what may ultimately happen is the increase in an internal inflammation and an increase in co tential ian in pain therefore so prolific enzymes this one coming from pineapple what you have then certainly there's not only just the digestive enzymes and they probably olympic enzymes but there's also enzyme called metabolic enzymes and metabolic enzymes are what is going to be working within our bodies 247 these metabolic enzymes are intimately involved in running the circulatory system there lymphatic system cardiac death endocrine system and many many more system so those enzymes the metabolic enzymes are triggering within our bodies internally twenty four seven but it's the digestive enzymes that we may need to supplement with more often because does we may not be getting in our diets we could get enzymes in our diets besides pineapple we could get enzymes in fresh vegetable in fresh fruit for example if i eat a rock carat there are enzymes in that rock carat that will help break down the carrot there may not be enough enzymes help break down anything else by meeting with that carat but the raw food as well as the for men said foods like kimchi like tofu like come booja all of the for meant it foods also have naturally occurring enzymes so being conscious like you say of what we're putting in our bodies ideally getting to know what some of those foods that contain enzymes are the rough food the fermented foods getting to know what these are and incorporating them and then like me i incorporate those food within grams but i also know when i need a supplement when i'm having a heavier meal it's a in indian meal or high food or thanksgiving these having your meals with one all pull out an enzyme product and i could definitely tell the difference i think the most people every meal of the heavier come on a really will be bingo by living here in hawaii a lotta people uh you know a lot of people in.

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"cardiac death" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"cardiac death" Discussed on KTRH

"Not normal see when we have all these women dying from complications of pregnancy especially african american women that are in georgia and places in the south where they go to hospitals and have these these births happening in they diet summer disorder with bacteria lawyer who i think i i think that there is uh incredible one less than exists through the universe not just here but everywhere um and i also think that this planet won't take care of itself i think there's a great one this in mankind's and all humankind and they would just you know on a sell this that and the other but i hope i hope that one of the shows itself because the division is too much for me i i'm looking at it that way wendy in ohio you're on ground zero go ahead i hate clyde um the the culling of the people of america has begun in part of the method has been the redefining of death this used to be the complete cessation of circulation but then it was changed to brain death and then mike in the state of ohio which i am in it is cardiac death mm which means you don't necessarily have to be dead there's a good called quirk that i'm dead people and uh bring them back from the dead when they're not exactly dead in the first place we have charted me who had a simple tonsilectomy i believe in in california was declared dead and she's in new jersey and she's not bad but um then uh to get her on debt is a problem um government action wendy the definition of death that evidence that the definition of death of course is.

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"cardiac death" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"cardiac death" Discussed on KTRH

"Not normal see when we have all these women dying from complications of pregnancy especially african american women that are in georgia and places in the south where they go to hospitals and have these these births happening in they diet summer disorder with bacteria lawyer who i think i i think that there is uh incredible one less than exists through the universe not just here but everywhere um and i also think that this planet won't take care of itself i think there's a great one this in mankind's and all humankind and they would just you know on a sell this that and the other but i hope i hope that one of the shows itself because the division is too much for me i i'm looking at it that way wendy in ohio you're on ground zero go ahead i hate clyde um the the culling of the people of america has begun in part of the method has been the redefining of death this used to be the complete cessation of circulation but then it was changed to brain death and then mike in the state of ohio which i am in it is cardiac death mm which means you don't necessarily have to be dead there's a good called quirk that i'm dead people and uh bring them back from the dead when they're not exactly dead in the first place we have charted me who had a simple tonsilectomy i believe in in california was declared dead and she's in new jersey and she's not bad but um then uh to get her on debt is a problem um government action wendy the definition of death that evidence that the definition of death of course is going.

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"cardiac death" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"cardiac death" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Books he was the picture the epitome of hell's and living a healthy lifestyle and uh he's are running one billion uh and drops dead of a heart attack uh so clue here's a guy that was trying to take your absolve is get a lot of exercise and yet uh he had some kind of underlying uh a corner area disease or or sometimes of condition that uh you know he dropped set of a heart attack in the uh in the prime of his life so what can we do uh what kind of steps can we take uh to to prevent this ghana's i get what aid should we be consulting a cloudy all just like your cells you know on anybody who is deemed uh passing on from a heart attack uh if you're younger if you're younger and people say oh he was young and he didn't know he had heart disease and he passed on from a heart attack you know a heart attack i just want people to understand that there's a difference between sudden cardiac death and a heart attack so some people have genetic abnormalities in things like the electrical aspect of their heart that you you don't have heart disease you don't oh i should say you don't have cardiovascular disease you don't have coronary disease but yet you have a genetic abnormality in the electrical system of a heart that can lead to sudden cardiac death that's different than someone dying of a heart attack which is a blockage in an artery of the heart uh and so there are people who are unfortunately half a victim muscle and that four i wish so we are so focused on understanding young athletes who've khrais for who play hike contact sports like football basketball and you hear about these athletes unfortunately who actually die on the court or die on the field those are people who've genetically had a very thick and taught muscle called hypertrophy myopathy you don't know they don't have coronary 'cause he's like yet they're dying of something that me and back as saying oh they died of a heart attack where if you have to just know the difference we're talking about preventing coronary a father disease with talking about going to a cardiologists after.

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"cardiac death" Discussed on Nature Podcast

Nature Podcast

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"cardiac death" Discussed on Nature Podcast

"That was he astra has a speaking to annan jiji said here find the study in the usual price now it's time for the news chat and this week we're talking again about a big story from a few weeks ago on gene editing in human embryos um it was research that caused quite big splash at the time but since then that been some debate about the claims made in the paper un callaway has written a news peace about this and he joins me in the studio now so you and since it was published i've been some disagreements from some scientists about the results yes there the rinse him some disagreements are some the lack of clarity on on some issues maybe i should refresh our listeners on what the what the paper was and what it showed it was i mean a landmark paper i i think you know that that's that that that much is clear it wasn't a first report to use crisper castaignede genome editing and human embryos but it was by far the most successful and they were able to correct in in human embryos this mutation linked to a sudden cardiac death and what they reported was quite curious i'd say because normally the way he try and correct mutations is by you introduce your own version of this gene that you want to insert right so you put in kind of you call a synthetic version but normally you need the beal it'd be a healthy version of this gene and the researchers found that that thought actually how correction occurred they found that correction occurred by copying the healthy version in the egg.

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"cardiac death" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"cardiac death" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"He talked about the own answered questions around the editing of the genome of human embryo this is such a big deal to actually manipulate genome of an embryo we don't know what happens when that embryo grows into a baby or in their baby grows into an adult so vitas some big unknowns that it'll take years to understand and we're not really ready for this to get launched that the ethics the unknowns are really really big question but it's been done already now with eight and this heart condition and one of the those who wrote the study on is with us dr paul a motto cut callers a right off the bat leslie of marlboro massachusetts leslie thank you for calling you're on the air thanks for taking my call harm literally my heart in jumping out at my throat because i married to a man who has h e m um his dad who is one of ten sibling have the disease had only six of those sibling habit disease four of whom died of sudden cardiac death my husband brother at thirty two died of a sudden cardiac death his first husband at forty four went on the ice hockey at chelsea tears in new york died of sudden cardiac death my husband was the second youngest person in the world together eternal december later we we we dealt with this disease in our family so many of his cousin habit everyone has the stripper leaders um but the way of knowing that you could have the disease lot know whether or not you will be a victim of sudden cardiac death because.

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