Scientists from health institutions in China recently conducted a study to determine the relationship between carbohydrate intake and AFib, the most common heart rhythm disorder.
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While it remains a far way off, scientists hope one day to be able to produce hearts suitable for transplant into humans as well as patches to regenerate defective hearts.
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It involved about 6,800 people in Iran, ages 50-75, some with previous heart problems and others without them. All got advice on healthy lifestyles and half also were given polypills.
For the study, the team of investigators looked at the records of 4,126 patients, with 3,208 daytime cases of sudden cardiac arrest and 918 night-time cases. Compared with daytime cases, patients who suffered from night-time cardiac arrest were more likely to be female.
"If I have any health problems now, my doctors know that, like Arnold, I'll be back," says Abu Dhabi resident Edin Mackic
The analysis found that long naps (more than 60 minutes) were associated with a 30 per cent greater risk of all-cause death and 34 per cent higher likelihood of cardiovascular disease compared to no napping.
"This case is rare and is considered life-threatening case that must be dealt with promptly, otherwise it would result the patient life at big risk.” Dr Sameer Diwale stated. He added that "Bentall surgery is one of the most complicated open-heart surgeries, but it is life-saving if it is performed in time."