Volume 2 Issue 1

Review article

Developing a Cardiac Moonshot 2020 by Leveraging Precision Medicine

Jacques Kpodonu, MD1*

Cardiovascular diseases like cancer continues to accounts for millions of death and lost productivity in the USA so finding a moon shot to cure cardiovascular disease and cancer could be the defining moments in medicine as was the discovery of penicillin to fight infection about half a century ago. Precision medicine is an emerging approach for disease treatment and prevention that takes into account individual variability PDF

Research article

Comparative Study Between Bi Leaflet Excision Versus Posterior Leaflet Preservation in Patients Undergoing Mitral Valve Replacement in Suez Canal University Hospital

Osama Moustafa Nasr Zayed1*and Sherif AlsayedAbd Alhafeez Mahmoud1

Preserving the subvalvular mitral apparatus has been recognized as necessary for improvement of-left ventricular systolic function after mitral valve replacement. PDF

Research article

Association Between Body Mass Index and Cardiac Parameters of Worcester Heart Attack Study

Rabindra Nath Das1*, Sabyasachi Mukherjee2 and Rajendra Nath Panda3

The present report aims to identify the association between the body mass index and the cardiac parameters of the acute myocardial infarction (AMI) patients in the Worcester heart attack study (WHAS). Based on the separate analyses of body mass index (BMI), heart rate (HR), systolic blood pressure (SBP), and diastolic blood pressure (DBP), on the remaining other variables/ factors, many cardiac parameters (BMI) have (has) been identified PDF

Case Report

Takayasu's Arteritis Associated With Hyperthyroidism in an Elderly Female

Mohsin Ahmed1 , Mohammed Abaye Deen Saleh2 , Pratyay Hasan3*, Kazi Abul Fazal Ferdous4 , Mohammad Asraful Islam4 , Mohammad Ali5 ,Anindita Das4

Takayasu's arteritis is rare, but most commonly seen in Japan, South East Asia, India, and Mexico. Incidence of TA is 2.6/million/year, affects usually female and usually presents in the 2nd or 3rd decade of life. We intend to report aPDF

Research Article

Association of Irregular Intake of Antihypertensive Drugs and Socio Demographic Trend With Risk of Stroke

Mohammad Zaid Hossain1*, Pratyay Hasan2 , Kazi Tuba-E Mozazfia3 , Mohammed Abaye Deen Saleh4 , Tahmeed Hussain5 and Khan Abul Kalam Azad6

This case control study attempted to determine the relationship between irregular intake of antihypertensive drugs and stroke among hypertensive patients. Demographic profile of the patients was analyzed thoroughly, and risk factors among those characteristics were also sought. PDF