Influence of diabetes mellitus on heart failure risk and outcome
- People with diabetes at higher risk of heart failure than general population. // Podiatry Now;Mar2013, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p12
The article reports that according to the National Diabetes Audit, people with diabetes are 65 percent more likely to have heart failure than the general population in England and Wales. It mentions that under the Audit, the care of nearly two million people with diabetes in 2010/11 in England...
- Diabetes is associated with increased risk of CV events in heart failure with preserved ejection fraction: findings from the Irbesartan in Heart Failure with Preserved Systolic Function Trial. Mckelvie, R.S.; Komajda, M.; Massie, B.M.; McMurray, J.J.; Zile, M.R.; Donovan, M.; Ptaszynska, A.; Carson, P. // European Journal of Heart Failure. Supplements;Jun2008, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p2
An abstract of the article "Diabetes is associated with increased risk of CV events in heart failure with preserved ejection fraction: findings from the Irbesartan in Heart Failure with Preserved Systolic Function Trial," by R. S. Mckelvie is presented.
- PREVALENCE OF RISK FACTORS IN PATIENTS WITH HEART FAILURE WITH NORMAL EJECTION FRACTION (HFNEF). Ahmad, Farooq; Ahmad, Salman; Shah, Syed Tahir; Hayat, Yasir; Adnan, Yasir // Pakistan Heart Journal;2014, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p67
Objective: To determine prevalence of risk factors in patients with heart failure with normal ejection fraction (HFNEF). Methodology: This was a cross sectional descriptive study conducted at the Department of Cardiology, Lady Reading Hospital, Peshawar. Patients referred from Out Patient and...
- The diabetic, hypertensive heart: epidemiology and mechanisms of a very high-risk situation. Franjic, B.; Marwick, T. H. // Journal of Human Hypertension;Nov2009, Vol. 23 Issue 11, p709
The prevalence of diabetes is escalating, and is leading to increased rates of heart failure, myocardial infarction and cardiovascular death. Due to several inter-related biological processes, hypertension is often associated with diabetes, and accelerates these morbid conditions. These points...
- Is the sum greater than the whole? Association of heart risk factors and echocardiographic parameters with reduction in 6-minute walk test in stage A heart failure. Nolan, M.; Wang, Y.; Yang, H.; Marwick, T. // Heart, Lung & Circulation;2015 Supplement 3, Vol. 24, pS210
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- The association and interaction analysis of hypertension and diabetes mellitus on diastolic heart failure in a high-risk population. Xiang-Ying Meng; Yong Zhou; Jin-Zhang; Zi-Hui Tang // International Journal of Clinical & Experimental Medicine;2015, Vol. 8 Issue 11, p21311
Objective: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the extent to which hypertension (HT) interacts with diabetes mellitus (DM) to affect diastolic heart failure (DHF) in a high-risk population. Methods: We conducted a hospital-based case-control study to investigate the relationship between HT...
- Is There an Obesity Paradox? Triantafyllou, Athanasios // Hospital Chronicles;2014 Supplement 1, Vol. 9, p123
The article discusses findings of different studies associated with obesity. It mentions that obesity is a risk factor for several cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) including hypertension (HTN), heart failure (HF), and coronary heart disease (CHD). Topics of the studies include weight loss, heavier...
- In the Clinic Heart Failure With Preserved Ejection Fraction (Diastolic Dysfunction). Meyer, Theo; Shih, Jeffrey; Aurigemma, Gerard; Cotton, Deborah; Taichman, Darren; Williams, Sankey // Annals of Internal Medicine;1/1/2013, Vol. 158 Issue 1, Special section pITC1-1
The article discusses heart failures (HF) in the U.S., their diagnosis and prevention. it informs that symptoms of left ventricular ejection fraction (HFpEF) and diastolic HF are found in patients of HF. Risk factors for HF are presented which include age, obesity, hypertension, and insulin...
- New risk score for heart failure in T2D. // Diabetes Digest;2011, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p178
The article focuses on the study by R. Pfister and colleagues which shows that the risk prediction score can be used to calculate future heart failure in patients with type 2 diabetes (T2D).