A report on this study, published in the August issue of Archives of General Psychiatry, suggests that the association between coronary artery disease
onset and major depression risk is much stronger over time than vice versa.
When first introduced, angioplasty represented a major step forward in the treatment of coronary artery disease
Calcium deposits in the arteries of the breast therefore may be another useful marker for detecting coronary artery disease
in women, especially in those with no symptoms, Dr.
Glesby isn't yet convinced that coronary artery disease
is unusually prevalent in HIV-infected people.
Each 1% drop in blood cholesterol reduces the risk of coronary artery disease
Achieving the first milestone in the VISION trial is vital to gathering follow-up clinical data on radiotherapy for treatment of coronary artery disease
," commented Professor Wolfgang Rutsch, M.
The report provides an analysis of coronary artery disease
GlobalData, the industry analysis specialist, has released its new report, "Atherosclerosis or Coronary Artery Disease
Therapeutics (CAD) - Pipeline Assessment and Market Forecasts to 2018".
The 129 women with ischemia but no coronary artery disease
had similarly low quality-of-life scores and elevated measures of anxiety and depression as 105 participants with ischemia and significant coronary artery disease
, compared with 68 age-matched normal controls.
Folate, a B-vitamin found in fresh fruits and vegetables reduces the level of homocysteine in the blood and a diet rich in folate and other B-vitamins will lower your risk of coronary artery disease
Agatston counters that ultrafast CT scanning is accurate enough to rule out coronary artery disease
in many patients.
Scientists have been uncertain about the relative contributions of treatment and basic prevention - preventing the development of the disease rather than its recurrence - to the drop in deaths from coronary artery disease