Heart Attack Journal of Nursing

Use of Digital Technology for Heart Failure Patients

Use of Digital Technology for Heart Failure Patients

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The benefits of technology assisting the heart failure patient.

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Recognizing Heart Disease As a Women's Disease

Recognizing Heart Disease As a Women's Disease

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There are noted differences among heart disease signs between men and women. Coronary Heart Disease can go unnoticed in women until they actually suffer a heart attack (NIH). Thus it is essential women are aware of the signs and symptoms, risk factors and healthy life style choices to prevent the devastating effects of heart disease. .Seeking early treatment when symptoms present is vital in improving the outcome of heart disease. It is important to teach women how to incorporate prevention strategies such as: consuming a healthy diet, maintaining optimum weight, maintaining an active lifestyle, maintaining both normal blood sugar and blood pressure levels as well as avoiding risk factors such as smoking, drinking alcohol limit their stress and any unhealthy behaviors that can lead to heart disease. Advocating for women and promoting education regarding health issues affecting women needs to be a priority so heart disease in women can be prevented and effectively treated.

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Eating Disorder among Elderly Causing Heart Attack in Post Retirement Life

Eating Disorder among Elderly Causing Heart Attack in Post Retirement Life

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In the era of globalization growing elderly faces multifaceted problems range from absence of ensured and sufficient income to support themselves and their dependents, to ill-health, absence of social security, loss of social role and recognition, and non-availability of opportunities for creative use of free time in all societies of India in their post-retirement. In developed countries population ageing substantially shifted in social programmes.

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The Signs and Symptoms’ of Cardiomyopathy: The Awareness and Actions of the Registered Nurse 

The Signs and Symptoms’ of Cardiomyopathy: The Awareness and Actions of the Registered Nurse 

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A careful history-taking by the registered nurse or practitioner along with a complete physical examination can reveal cardiomyopathies, but it is appropriate to confirm the diagnosis with a transthoracic echocardiography and selected laboratory studies.

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