CHD


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CHD

abbr.
coronary heart disease
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In the present study, eating breakfast and not eating late at night were associated with lower CHD risk.
CHD is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality among diabetic patients.
During a median fol-low-up of 8 years, 351 study subjects had CHD events, including 96 CHD deaths, 101 acute myocardial infarctions, and 154 hospitalizations for angina or coronary revascularization.
One approach has been to determine the effect of alcohol consumption on candidate biomarkers in randomized trials and then to quantify the expected reduction in risk of CHD based on those changes.
Unfortunately, most infants born with CHD do not have defined risk factors.
For example, CHD Expert has data on 19,748 grocery stores in Canada and 4,272 super markets.
The researchers found 5359 cases of incident CHD during 881,888 person-years of follow-up and 7257 cases of incident CVD with 867,513 person-years.
Patients with test results that show Lp-PLA2activity greater than the level of 225 nanomoles per minute per milliliter (nmol/min/mL) are at increased risk for a CHD event.
On that day, TEDA provided free ultrasound follow-up examinations to dozens of impoverished CHD pediatric patients from the downtown and suburban areas of Tianjin city, when the cardiac surgeons undertook diagnosis on them and applied for charity assistance for the those who needed an operation.
Depression was also measured using the more specific Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale (CES-D), with a significant 81% increase in CHD risk if depressive symptoms were evident (HR, 1.
In soluble fiber, a higher reduction was seen in CVD risk than CHD risk and for cereal fiber, the reduced risk of CHD was stronger than the association with CVD.