The results of trial evaluating cardiovascular outcomes (Tecos) show that sitagliptin does not increase the risk of cardiovascular events in a diverse group of patients with type 2 diabetes at high cardiovascular risk, said a top professor.
A team of doctors from Dubai Health Authority (DHA) conducted a minimally invasive lifesaving cardiovascular procedure, for the first time in the UAE and the Middle-East region.
The procedure was performed on a 27-year-old Pakista
The current scenario of cardiovascular diseases prevalent in the Mena region were discussed at a convention in Colombo recently.
The second version of Tabuk Cardiovascular Convention (2nd TCC), which was organi
UAE-based Gulf & Word Traders (GTW), a leading medical equipment provider, has partnered with US-based Everist Genomics to offer a new non-invasive test that predicts risk for cardiovascular disease.
Everist Genomics, develope
Bahrain City Centre (BCC), the largest shopping mall in the Kingdom, is taking part in a global awareness campaign on the prevention of heart diseases amongst women.
Go Red for Women will be held within the mall premises on May 23
Cardiovascular diseases are the number one killer among Type 2 diabetes patients, according to a research by global healthcare major MSD.
MSD presented its latest diabetes research and development insights during the Congress of the Intern
Cardiovascular disease (heart attack and stroke) that accounts for almost one third of all deaths in the UAE is in spotlight at an ongoing major collaborative event in Dubai.
Around 300 delegates from across the region are attending the tw
One in two deaths in the UAE are caused by cardiovascular diseases and that the first cardio event (strike) occurs at around 45, which is 10 to 15 years earlier than the international average of 55 to 60, experts said.
The statistics are a
A specialist cardiologist from Dubai Hospital will perform two of the most critical cardiac procedures live through a webcast to a medical congress in France.
Dr Talib K Majwal, director of interventional cardiology at Dubai Heart Center,
More than half of the population in the Gulf states suffers from abnormal cholesterol levels, increasing risk of heart diseases, a quarter has high blood pressure and 15 -25 per cent have diabetes, said a study.
These numbers coupled with