Premature coronary artery disease
is a multifactorial genetic disease.
The researchers conclude that a vegan diet can be a part of treatment of coronary artery disease
to reduce harmful inflammation.
Existing treatments to prevent coronary artery disease
, including cholesterol-lowering statins and other therapies, face challenges due to poor adherence, high cost, and limited access to these medicines, especially in low- and middle-income countries, where more than 80% of deaths due to coronary artery disease
Coronary artery disease
and circulatory problems, including blood clots, were also much higher among those who vape--10 percent and 44 percent higher, respectively.
"This technology provides essential information that can help determine the right approach for a patient with coronary artery disease
through this convenient, noninvasive platform," said Dr.
According to World Health Organization (WHO) data, out of 17.7 million Cardiovascular deaths in 2015, 7.4 million were due to Coronary Artery Disease
and due to increasing number of patients productivity loss in America due to cardiovascular disease is estimated to reach 276 billion dollars in 20302.
"Age and female representation slightly improved over time, but significant gaps for (coronary artery disease
) and heart failure are unlikely to resolve in the coming decades with current trends."
They also found that coronary artery disease
patients had significantly lower levels of CoQ10 and pyridoxal 5'-phosphate compared to controls.
The approval is based on data from the COMPASS study, the largest phase III study with rivaroxaban (27,395 patients), which indicated that the rivaroxaban vascular dose, 2.5mg twice daily, plus acetylsalicylic acid 100mg once daily reduced the risk of the composite of stroke, cardiovascular death and heart attack by 24% (relative risk reduction, ARR: 1.3%) compared with acetylsalicylic acid 100mg once daily alone, in patients with coronary artery disease
and/or peripheral arterial disease.
(5), additional diseases such as hypertension (in 50.7%), diabetes (in 11.8%), coronary artery disease
(in 12.7%), atrial fibrillation (in 18.5%), heart failure (in 16.6%) and chronic pulmonary obstructive disease (in 7.6%) were present.
Two hundred subjects were divided into two groups such as Group I: 100 coronary artery disease
cases and Group II: 100 controls without coronary artery disease
aged between 20 - 60 years.