noncardiac

noncardiac

(ˌnɒnˈkɑːdɪæk)
adj
(Medicine) med not related to the heart or to heart disease
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Summary: Washington DC [USA], July 29 (ANI): A recent study has revealed that it is not the operating room that is risky for patients undergoing noncardiac surgery but the recovery period.
"As well as providing those patients with noncardiac related chest pain with reassurance, it would mean those that are having acute coronary problems would receive treatment more quickly resulting in better treatment and potentially saving lives."
Short or fragmented sleep is linked to subclinical, noncardiac atherosclerosis in healthy middle-aged people, according to a study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.
An international prospective cohort study analyzed data from 14,687 patients, 4802 of whom were on an ACEI or ARB, to study the effect on 30-day morbidity and mortality of withholding the medications 24 hours before a noncardiac surgery.
Astaphil-whose proponents are doctors Theresa Alcantara, Victoria Idolor and James Monje-is composed of anesthesiologists who have special interests and skills in noncardiac thoracic anesthesia and airway management practice.
The main reasons why people die after noncardiac surgery are revealed in a study of more than 40,000 patients from six continents presented in a late breaking science session at ESC Congress 2018.
Association between postoperative troponin levels and 30-day mortality among patients undergoing noncardiac surgery.
Severe valvular disease is a high risk clinical predictor for anesthesia and/or surgery and identified in 2007 ACA/AHA guidelines for perioperative cardiovascular evaluation for noncardiac surgery.
Our results suggest that comorbidities beyond risk factor conditions group separately into noncardiac vascular, cardiac, and advanced cardiac conditions.
A larger multicenter study showed that 25.8% of noncardiac surgical patients suffered from POCD one week after the surgery, and 40% of these patients had persisting cognitive dysfunction three months after surgery [5].
These measurements have been utilized in preoperative assessments of patients where a patient's functional capacity is described in METs and for risk stratification for perioperative complications for patients undergoing noncardiac surgical procedures.
Other noncardiac conditions including acute cerebrovascular events can produce acute ST elevation but are rare [4, 5].