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The Benefits of Portable Defibrillators

Posted on October 1, 2020 by Cleveland Boeser
The onset of the portable defibrillator has single-handedly taken the life span saving measures of the cardiac defibrillator from the exclusive domain of the er, and in to the hands of an over-all public now in a position to help fight the tragedy of death by sudden cardiac arrest...

Diabetes, What You Need to Know About

Posted on March 27, 2020 by Cleveland Boeser
One of the best factors behind death in america is diabetes.It affects what sort of body uses food after digestion, for growth and energy, referred to as metabolic disorder.If medicine and medication isn't administered, sometimes aggressively, it could result in fatal complications and will also be seriously disabling...

Heart Attack Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

Posted on December 9, 2019 by Cleveland Boeser
Ask several up to date people older than fifty: What exactly are they afraid of the very most? Four out of five would answer: Sudden death because of heart attack.Coronary attack is becoming a standard reason behind death following the age of fifty.Heart attach is preventable to a big extent and we learn how to prevent it...

Influenza - Its Symptoms and Causes

Posted on January 16, 2019 by Cleveland Boeser
Influenza better known as the "flu" is an infection of the respiratory tract that can affect millions of people.The influenza virus can be spread from person to person through coughing and sneezing of an infected individual.Statistics reveal about 20,000 Americans die from influenza or influenza related pneumonia each year...

How to Survive a Heart Attack

Posted on December 18, 2018 by Cleveland Boeser
Most heart attacks start slowly, with mild pain or distress.Frequent symptoms of a heart attack are:- Chest pain that doesn't clear up after resting or taking angina medications.Most heart attacks involve discomfort in the middle of the chest that lasts longer than a couple of minutes, or that goes away and comes back...