Atrial Fibrillation and Stroke (Visual Guide for Clinicians)

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Together with the known involvement of the immune system in cardiovascular disease ( Danesh et al. 2002; Ridker 1998; Whincup et al. 2000 ), these results suggest that whole-body or bone-marrow dose might be the most relevant to radiation effects. Vitamin E is another daily supplement that is effective for treating heart conditions among other things. During the first aid, the disease got worse with many ventricular tachycardia fits, then ventricular fibrillation appeared, and blood pressure could not be measured.

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Publisher: Clinical Pub Serv; 1 edition (October 24, 2016)

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