Inaccurate readings of oxygen levels in the blood using pulse oximeters may limit opportunities for Black patients with heart failure to receive potentially lifesaving treatments, such as heart pumps and transplants, a Michigan Medicine study finds.
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Women with atrial fibrillation undergoing a procedure called pulsed field ablation have just as good outcomes as men, a new study finds.Read More
Cardiovascular-related deaths due to extreme heat are expected to increase between 2036 and 2065 in the United States, according to a study supported by the National Institutes of Health.Read More
Women with heart attacks due to blockages had higher stress levels than those with heart attack with open arteries, researchers found.Read More
Chronic kidney disease may increase risk and predict sudden cardiac arrest among Hispanic/Latino adults, according to new research.Read More
Obesity before and in early pregnancy may predict future cardiovascular risks and adverse outcomes like preeclampsia and gestational diabetes.Read More