5 edition of Heart and Brain: Interactions of Cardiac and Neurologic Disease (Neurologic Illness : Diagnosis and Treatment Series) found in the catalog.
Heart and Brain: Interactions of Cardiac and Neurologic Disease (Neurologic Illness : Diagnosis and Treatment Series)
Michael I. Weintraub
by Pma Pub Corp
Written in English
|Contributions||Arthur E. Fass (Editor)|
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Current knowledge indicates that the aging process starts with subclinical changes at the molecular level. These include the accumulation of mutations, telomere attrition, and epigenetic alterations leading to genomic instability. Such defects multiply exponentially over time, resembling a “snowball effect,” and eventually leading to morphological and functional deterioration of the brain Author: Marta Kowalska, Michal Owecki, Michal Prendecki, Joanna Nowakowska Katarzyna Wize, Wojciech Kozubski. Stimulants. Central nervous system (CNS) stimulants, such as cocaine and methamphetamine, speed up brain activity, blood pressure, and heart rate 1,ant users may experience strokes as a result of constricted blood vessels and elevated blood pressure, which may result in sudden death 1, Not all stimulant drugs are the same, however; each has unique neurological risks associated with Author: Marisa Crane, BS.
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Heart failure (HF) is a complex clinical syndrome with more than 15 million diagnosed cases worldwide. 1,2 Characterised by structural or functional impairment of ventricular filling or ejection fraction (EF) 3, HF is frequently accompanied by multiple disorders, including stroke, mental disturbances and cognitive impairment are distinct from the comorbidities traditionally Cited by: 5.
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In summary, this book offers a timely review of recent insights on different topics involving the influence of the nervous system on the heart in health and disease. It can be recommended to neurologists and neuroscientists interested in the heart–brain relationship, but especially to cardiologists wishing to put their organ of interest into Author: Michel Van Zandijcke.
Obviously cardiac and neurological diseases are both common in the general population and a considerable coincidence would be expected on a statistical basis alone. However, concurrence of neurological and cardiac pathology is increased by common etiological factors of disease and direct influences of the two organ systems on each other.
Of infants born with heart defects in the United States each year, approximately half require some form of surgical intervention within the first year of life.
1 There have been major changes in the clinical profile of neurologic injury in children with congenital heart disease since the late s. In earlier years, the neurologic Cited by: 2. 34 Third, common vascular risk factors may simultaneously lead to damage of heart and brain, for example, through small vessel disease in both organs.
35,36 In this model, both myocardial injury. Cardiovascular manifestations of neurologic disease. Cardiac disease in brain-heart disorders. Article. Aug ; such a book should prove useful to both neurologists and primary care.
Neurologic complications are a potential consequence of cardiac surgery. The probability of these complications has increased as coronary artery bypass graft surgery has been used for treating ischemic heart disease in older patients, patients with multiple comorbid conditions, and patients in heart transplantation programs.
Continued. Adrenaline slightly improved a person's chances of survival, the findings showed. About percent of patients given adrenaline were alive. Clinical observations in patients with stroke have greatly advanced the understanding of interactions between the brain and heart.
Cardiac abnormalities occur in a majority of patients after stroke, and can range from transient ECG findings to serious cardiac events and cardiac death, Cited by: Among children with congenital heart disease, we will first discuss neurologic conditions (genetic and acquired) originating prior to anatomic interventions, followed by a review of neurologic complications in the early and late phases following cardiac interventions.
Acquired heart disease may be associated with neurologic dysfunction in a. The Awkward Yeti's Heart and Brain comics perfectly illustrate the ongoing, internal struggle betwixt head and heart.
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Weintraub and Arthur. The occurrence of arrhythmias under emotional stress, even in normal hearts, proves the importance of cerebral influences in the production of arrhythmias [1, 2]. Moreover, the occurrence of cardiac arrhythmias in numerous neurologic conditions is widely by: 2.
A neurological disorder is any disorder of the nervous ural, biochemical or electrical abnormalities in the brain, spinal cord or other nerves can result in a range of es of symptoms include paralysis, muscle weakness, poor coordination, loss of sensation, seizures, confusion, pain and altered levels of are many recognized neurological disorders Specialty: Neurology.
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Background: Autoimmune rheumatic diseases (ARDs) may affect both the heart and the brain. However, little is known about the interaction between these organs in ARD patients. We asked whether brain lesions are more frequent in ARD patients with cardiac symptoms compared with non-ARD patients with cardiovascular disease (CVD).
Methods: 57 ARD patients with mean age of 48 ± 13 years.There are 24 disease interactions with methylprednisolone: Major Potential Hazard, Moderate plausibility. Applies to: Intestinal Anastomoses, Diverticulitis, Ulcerative Colitis. Corticosteroids may cause gastrointestinal perforation and hemorrhage, usually when given in high dosages or for prolonged periods.
They may also mask symptoms of / Jan. 29, -- Older women with heart problems may be at greater risk for mental changes that are thought to signal the beginnings of a type of .