Articles tagged with 'Patients' | BIOTRONIK

BIOTRONIK - Archive (Patients)

2022
05
January
2022
| 08:22 Europe/Amsterdam
An American survey last year found that health-related goals topped the priority list of New Year’s resolutions for 2021. Around half of those surveyed wanted to exercise more or lose weight, while about 40 percent wanted to improve their diets and 1...
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2021
21
December
2021
| 09:41 Europe/Amsterdam
Every month, our dedicated Patient and Technical Services Team in Berlin handles hundreds of enquiries from BIOTRONIK patients in German-speaking countries—in close cooperation with colleagues around the world who answer questions from patients in th...
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16
June
2021
| 12:01 Europe/Amsterdam
MRI scans are an important tool for diagnosing many different illnesses and conditions. With each passing year, more and more patients with implanted pacemakers, defibrillators, cardiac monitors and cardiac resynchronization implants gain greater acc...
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06
April
2021
| 12:31 Europe/Amsterdam
Congestive Heart Failure is a common, costly, and potentially fatal condition affecting more than 64 million people globally. It is also the leading cause of both hospitalization and readmission amongst older adults. For some patients, a pacemaker ca...
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23
February
2021
| 09:10 Europe/Amsterdam
One thing our ongoing global pandemic hasn’t put on hold is the need to act early when providing emergency cardiovascular care. Heart attacks and strokes are still happening, even as it feels the world around us has slowed down. Heart researchers hav...
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2020
01
October
2020
| 12:49 Europe/Amsterdam
 As we get older, our risk for a variety of cardiovascular conditions increases. It’s a fact that likely doesn’t come as a big surprise to many people—but that doesn’t mean the discussions aging patients need to have with their families and doctors g...
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29
September
2020
| 08:26 Europe/Amsterdam
Walking about eight kilometres over the course of a week, at an average pace (3 km per hour), cuts the risk of cardiovascular events by almost a third. ...
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