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Can the Apple watch detect a stroke?

Apple Inc. is partnering with researchers at Stanford Hospital and telemedicine vendor American Well for a study into whether the Apple Watch can accurately detect irregular heartbeats, which can be a precursor to strokes, CNBC reports, citing two unnamed sources. One of Apple’s goals with the Apple Watch was “performing some measurements of your health that people were not measuring, at least continually,” CEO Tim Cook told Fortune in an interview published this week. “Like your heart.…
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Authors: Ebihara Y, Mochizuki H, Ishii N, Mizuta I, Shiomi K, Mizuno T, Nakazato M Abstract A 50-year-old man with a family history of stroke and depression slowly developed brain lesions. Magnetic resonance imaging revealed hyperintense lesions in the diffuse white matter, external capsules, and temporal poles on T2-weighted imaging. A heterozygous mutation c.3879C>G in exon 24 of the NOTCH3 gene (p.Cys1293Trp) was detected, confirming a diagnosis of cerebral autosomal dominant arteriopathy with subcortical infarcts and leukoencephalopathy (CADASIL). Exon 24 mutations are rather rare and this represents the fir...
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Treatment for prosthetic valve thrombosis presenting with stroke: a) Intravenous heparin b) Thrombolysis c) Surgery d) Warfarin Please post your answer as a comment below. Correct answer will be published on: May 25, 2018 @ 07:40 The post Prosthetic valve thrombosis with stroke – Cardiology MCQ appeared first on Cardiophile MD.
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Jacobson, BH, Hester, GM, Palmer, TB, Williams, K, Pope, ZK, Sellers, JH, Conchola, EC, Woolsey, C, and Estrada, C. Effect of energy drink consumption on power and velocity of selected sport performance activities. J Strength Cond Res 32(6): 1613–1618, 2018—Energy drinks (ED) comprise a multibillion dollar market focused on younger, active, and competitive individuals. Marketing includes claims of improved alertness and performance. The purpose of this study was to assess power (W) and velocity (m·s−1) of a simulated, isolated forehand stroke (FHS), and a countermovement vertical jump (CVJ) before ...
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Journal of Neurochemistry, EarlyView.
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Conclusions: A repetitive robotic-assisted BAT program may improve upper limb motor function and reduce spasticity in the chronically impaired paretic arm. Effects on spasticity were associated with EEG changes over the ipsilesional sensorimotor network. PMID: 29780410 [PubMed - in process]
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In the study, eating an egg daily lowered the odds of dying from heart disease by 18% and cut the risk of hemorrhagic stroke by 28%, when compared with those who never, or rarely, ate eggs.
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The EmboTrap II retriever showed favorable rates of reperfusion, high rates of successful removal of the clot on the first attempt, and good clinical outcomes in the ARISE II study.FDA Approvals
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(Reuters Health) - People who've had a stroke can improve their blood pressure and reduce their risk of repeat strokes if they exercise, according to a new review of previous studies.
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Latest results from a large registry of patients with transient ischemic attack or minor stroke suggest that new strategies for further risk reduction are needed in this population.Medscape Medical News
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HIGH blood pressure symptoms are not usually noticeable, but can include a severe headache, chest pains, and difficulty breathing. If the condition is left untreated it can put you at risk of serious problems, such as heart attacks and strokes. Here are five natural ways you can lower blood pressure, using foods, diet, and supplements.
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