AUSTRALIAN HEART REPORTS ( Professional use)
Alcohol Risk To My Heart
Drinking alcohol (without moderation) can raise the levels blood (triglycerides), reduce our HDL “good” cholesterol, add to fatty build-up in artery wall, and increase our blood pressure. As alcohol is energy dense and increases our caloric intake. Doing this continuously may lead to CVD risk factors-weight gain, increase blood pressure and risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Female Cardiovascular Disease Risk
Identification of female-specific risk enhancers throughout the lifespan of women to improve cardiovascular disease prevention
Cardiac Rehabilitation and Secondary Prevention
Cardiovascular disease (CVD), including coronary heart disease (CHD) and stroke, is the leading cause of death and disease burden globally
Australia’s Cholesterol Heartache: A simple roadmap for urgent action on cholesterol management
New report from Australia’s cardiovascular (CVD) experts outlines a five-point plan totackle cholesterol: Cholesterol being out of sight and out of mind is a deadlycombination for the 1.15 million at high-risk of heart attack or stroke
Cardiovascular Disease in Australia
The term cardiovascular disease (CVD) is used to describe many different conditions affecting the heart and blood vessels. The most common and serious types of CVD include coronary heart disease, stroke and heart failure.
CONQUERING ATHEROSCLEROTIC CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE-50 YEARS OF PROGRESS
Key Milestones in the Past 50 Years of Progress against Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease
Cardiovascular Disease in Women
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is a leading cause of illness and death among Australian women.This report gives a statistical overview of the impact of common forms of CVD—coronary heart disease, stroke, heart failure and cardiomyopathy—on Australian women.
Impact of Obesity on Outcomes of Pregnancy in Women with Heart Disease
Obesity increases the risk of maternal cardiovascular complications in pregnant women with heart disease. This modifiable risk factor should be addressed at the time of preconception counseling
Digital Health and Artificial Intelligence in Cardiology
Advances in digital health and particularly in artificial intelligence (AI) have led us very close to the true implementation of personalized/individualised medical treatment especially in Heart Disease. The year 2020 has brought an exponential increase of heart innovations using various forms of AI, from supervised machine learning to unsupervised deep learning, with applications across all domains of cardiovascular medicine. AI is now moving from research to implementation, affecting all aspects of clinical cardiology.