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Diagnostic and Therapeutical Pathway in a Patient Presenting with Simultaneous Neurological and Cardiac Symptoms

In patients presenting at the emergency room with ambivalent vascular symptoms of unclear origin it may be difficult to get a fast and precise diagnosis. However, this may be crucial to reach successful therapy in

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Technique and Interpretation of Foetal Echocardiograms

Foetal echocardiography is the ultrasonic evaluation of the human foetal cardiovascular system. Improved operator skill amongst physicians performing general antepartum obstetrical ultrasound, in combination with increased sensitivity of present day ultrasound systems, has resulted in

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Broken Heart: A Rare and Potentially Fatal Complication of Endomyocardial Biopsy

Endomyocardial biopsy (EMB) is an established invasive procedure in which samples of myocardial tissue are obtained for both diagnostic and therapeutic purposes. Generally, it is used for cardiac allograft rejection surveillance and evaluation of restrictive

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A Quick, Easy, Unexpensive Method to Assess Pulse Wave Velocity by Echocardiography: An Early Marker of Subclinical Atherosclerosis: A Review

High blood pressure induces pathological changes in arterial conduction and contributes to the pathogenesis of cardiovascular disease and increased cardiovascular risk. The progression of these changes involves both functional and structural components. Still, an increase

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Utilize an Impella Port and Vascular Graft to the Axillary Artery for TAVR with Poor Femoral Access

Transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) is approved for patients with severe symptomatic aortic stenosis deemed high risk for open replacement. Subclavian approach is the most common alternative to femoral arterial vessel access in patients with

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Terlipressin Induced Cardiac Arrest: A Case Report

Terlipressin is a vasoconstrictor with effect on vascular smooth muscles in the portal and splanchnic circulation, thereby decreasing blood pressure in esophagus varices. Therefore, terlipressin is recommended as first-line of pharmacological therapy in patients with

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Stroke Emergency Campaign
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    Some brain regions (indicated in red), lost irreversibly

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    More time lapses, more brain tissue dies. Treat urgently

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    Treatment at this time may result in moderate disability

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    Without treatment until this time lead to severe disability

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