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Reduction of Major Adverse Cardiovascular Events (MACE) after Bariatric Surgery in Obese Patients with Cardiovascular Diseases: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Interestingly, a sudden weight loss could also raise mortality risk. Also, it's unclear if the bariatric-surgery-related weight loss in patients with obesity and CVDs is helpful to the reduction of Major Adverse Cardiovascular Events. Bariatric surgery had dramatically lower MACE rates as compared to no surgery, implying the use of bariatric surgery in reducing the occurrence of MACE in obese patients with CVDs.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.09.16.21263439


Biomarkers of dairy fat intake, incident cardiovascular disease, and all-cause mortality: A cohort study, systematic review, and meta-analysis

In a Swedish cohort study, we wanted to investigate the relationship between serum pentadecanoic acid, a biomarker of dairy fat intake, and incident cardiovascular disease and all-cause mortality. We also reviewed systematic reviews of the association of dairy fat biomarkers with CVD events or all-cause mortality. With a nadir of mortality risk around median 15:0, higher 15:0 was reported with reduced incident CVD risk in a linear dose-based framework and nonlinearly with all-cause mortality in multivariable-adjusted models. Higher 15:0 and 17. 0, respectively, were inversely associated with total CVD in meta-analyses, including our Swedish cohort and 17 cohort, caseu2013cohort, and nested case study, with the relative risk of highest versus lowest tertile being 0. 88, 0. 86, and 1. 01, respectively. In meta-analysis, Dairy fat biomarkers were not associated with all-cause mortality, although meta-analyses revealed that there were u2264343 studies for each biomarker.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pmed.1003763


Assessment of the risks of cardiovascular system functional disorders developing in young people aged 18–25 years

In recent years, the number of young people with functional disorders and cardiovascular disease has risen, in the establishment of which psychological risk factors play a vital role. According to socioeconomic status and lifestyle, it is difficult to determine the likelihood of functional disorders in young people aged 1825. In 21. 8 percent of young people, a relative cardiovascular risk was present. Compared to non-smoking respondents, smoking males was 2. 1 times higher and 2. 6 times higher in females, and the cardiovascular system's adaptive capacity was reduced. In both males and females, the risk of functional disorders development was more prevalent in young males than in females, in comparison to students; cigarette smoking in both sexes, alcohol consumption in males, irregular meals, and poor physical fitness in females all contributed to a decrease in the circulatory system's reserve capacity.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.17816/kmj109328


ASSESSMENT OF THE FUNCTIONAL STATE OF THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM IN WOMEN AT REST AND AFTER A STRESS TEST

According to domestic and international experts, 20% of women during pregnancy are first diagnosed with a health problem, which infers both the pregnancy woman and the fetus. In this regard, there is a need to establish pre-nosological examination of various blood pressure disorders in women of reproductive age for efficient pre-gravidar preparation and minimizing cardiovascular risks. The study found it possible to investigate the cardiovascular system at rest and after stress testing in women with various levels of habitual motor activity.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.26787/nydha-2686-6846-2021-23-6-10-17


Cardiovascular system and coronavirus disease-2019 (COVID-19): mutual injuries and unexpected outcomes

Several studies reported increased morbidity and mortality among COVID-29 patients with comorbidities, particularly cardiovascular disorders such as hypertension and acute coronary syndrome. COVID-19 may be related to cardiovascular problems such as arrhythmia, myocarditis, and thromboembolic events. We wanted to illustrate the interactions of COVID-19 disease and the cardiovascular system, as well as public health.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s43044-021-00202-4

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