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A Review of the Effect of Preparations from Vegetables of the Asteraceae Family and Cucurbitaceae Family on the Cardiovascular System and Its Diseases

Cardiovascular system dysfunction can cause cardiovascular disease (the leading cause of death around the world) and heart disease can occur. For those people, the most common treatment choices are still based on various plants used in traditional and folk medicine. Members of the Asteraceae and Cucurbitaceae have long been used in traditional medicine due to their numerous biological functions, including anti-inflammatory and anticancer potential. The present study examines the latest literature on the cardiovascular system and CVDs of family preparations of vegetables from the Asteraceae and Cucurbitaceae families. Both species from the two families have antioxidant and antiplatelet enzyme activity in vitro and in vivo, and in vitro and vivo, which are vital in CVD prevention and therapy. This report also discusses these vegetables' biological properties, their anti-hyperlipidemic action, and body weight control.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/nu14173601


Outdoor Physical Activity in an Air Polluted Environment and Its Effect on the Cardiovascular System—A Systematic Review

Air pollution is a worldwide public health threat. According to growing air pollution, increased air pollution contributes to increased cardiovascular morbidity and mortality. The aim of this review was to systematically review and synthesize scientific evidence to determine the effects of outdoor physical fitness in a polluted environment on cardiovascular outcomes. Walking, even in a polluted environment, decreased the heart rate and heart rate variability indices by a significant degree. The beneficial effects of outdoor PA outweigh the harmful effects of air pollution on cardiovascular health, although the risks may decline to a degree as PA is carried out in a polluted environment. The review further emphasizes the need for more primary studies that distinguish between outdoor and indoor PA and cardiovascular health because only a handful of studies were eligible for inclusion.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph191710547


Accuracy of physical examination of cardiovascular system in the diagnosis of common congenital heart diseases in children

Background Inepitable Background It is widely believed that the value of physical examination in paediatric cardiology has decreased as a result of greater availability of echocardiography has eroded. Methodhods This is a cross-sectional, diagnostic accuracy study by a tertiary referral hospital in South India's paediatric cardiology clinic. A total of 545 children with 5 common heart, atrial septal defect, patent ductus arteriosus, ventricular septus defect, and a VSD with pulmonic stenosis were among the 545 children with 5 common cardiac disorders, according to au2014. Consultants 92 percent for consultants and 96 percent for consultants, respectively, calculated using kappa results. Conclusions Physical examination of normal hearts differentiated abnormal hearts from abnormal with an accuracy of 95. 0% for colleagues and 96. 3% for consultants. Conclusion In the present era of echocardiography, younger age and haemodynamically insignificant lesions were related to incorrect diagnosis.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjpo-2022-001595


Cardiovascular System in COVID-19: Simply a Viewer or a Leading Actor?

Multiple studies have shown a correlation between coronavirus disease infection and the cardiovascular system, including the emergence of myocardial damage, myocarditis, pericarditis, heart arrest, and other arrhythmic signs, as well as an increase in thromboembolic risk.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/life10090165


Allometric Relations and Scaling Laws for the Cardiovascular System of Mammals

The modeling of mammals' cardiovascular system is investigated within the framework of governing allometric relations and related scaling regulations. An earlier theory of the writer's resting-state cardiovascular function is reviewed and standard solutions for reciprocal quarter-power relations for heart rate and cardiac output per unit body mass are suggested. The extrapolation of medical drug dosage requirements from adults to children, as well as adults, shows that the basic scaling rules from the theory extends to children and adults, as shown here.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/systems2020168


Should We Consider the Cardiovascular System While Evaluating CKD-MBD?

As a non-atheromatous process, it could be partially explained why standard CV disease-modifying drugs do not have such an effect on CV disease risk in CKD as compared to the general population.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/toxins12030140


Effects of Tetrodotoxin on the Mammalian Cardiovascular System

Although immunohistochemical and electrophysiological techniques demonstrated functional expression in several heart regions, several heart regions' functional significances of those isoforms for cardiac excitation in higher mammals are still debated. This report reviews summarizes our current knowledge of TTX's systemic cardiovascular effects in animals and humans, with a special emphasis on cardiac exccitation and performance in lower doses of the marine drug. These findings, which have been uncovered in more recent heart tissues, strongly show that TTX-sensitive Na+ channels are not involved in excitation processes in higher mammals' healthy adult heart.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/md8030741


Interactions between Earth’s local magnetic field and cardiovascular system parameters of women, performing sedentary work, during their workweek

During the workweek, we will investigate the connection between the Earth's local magnetic field and the electrocardiographic properties of women doing sedentary work. During the work week, the researcher will investigate the connection between the Earth's local magnetic field and arterial blood pressure of women doing sedentary work. With the low frequency field, the most significant correlations between local GMF and ECG and arterial blood pressure measurements were found, the most commonly in SDelta [0-3. 5] Hz and STheta [3. 5-7] Hz bands. The conversions between ECG parameters during the workweek changed from negative to positive, which seems to be connected with exhaustion, which may be attributed to stress's effect on person sensitivity to local GMF. In different ways, arterial blood pressure pressures in Systolic and diastolic increased in different ways. Local GMF and diastolic arterial blood pressure were particularly pronounced. Both ECG and arterial blood pressure measurements demonstrated significant variation in correlation with local GMF.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21595/chs.2019.20857


Total Effective Vascular Compliance of a Global Mathematical Model for the Cardiovascular System

A physiological assessment of the infusion test was included in the sample, and key regulatory mechanisms were introduced to better reflect the test's physiology: a physiological measurement of vascular stability and total blood volume was introduced, a nonlinear representation of venous resistances and compliance was introduced, and key regulatory mechanisms used by the infusion test were included into the model. Effective total vascular compliance is the result of the interaction between the assigned constant physical vascular compliance and the cardiovascular system's ability to adapt to new situations through regulatory mechanisms, as shown by the study conducted in silico.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/sym13101858


Visualization of Complex Processes in Cardiovascular System during Electrical Auricular Vagus Nerve Stimulation

Human physiological systems from the perspective of a complex systems theory research remains a very ambitious undertaking. In each case, the primary aim of this paper is to illustrate the cardiovascular system during auricular vagus nerve stimulation by using the matrix differences to evaluate the dynamic signal interfaces. The RR/JT and JT/QRS cardiac intervals are used not only to track cardiovascular events during aVNS but also to identify personality of the individual during the transition through the therapy.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/diagnostics11122190

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