Women & Heart Disease

Cardiology disease is the main killer of women in America. Every year a larger number of women die of cardiology disease than men, yet cardiology disease and related risk components are frequently missed in ladies. Indications of coronary heart disease and heart failure, for instance, frequently differ in women than their male partners. Women are likewise less inclined to get ideal treatment for certain heart conditions. A women’s side effects are frequently not quite the same as a man's, and she's substantially more likely than a man to die within a time of showing at least a bit of heart attack. Research is just currently starting to reveal the biological, medicinal, and social bases of these and different contrasts. The expectation is that new learning will prompt advances in fitting anticipation and treatment to ladies. This session at Heart Congress 2019 will educate healthcare providers on gender-specific approaches in prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and outcomes of women with a broad range of cardiovascular diseases. At Heart Congress 2019, in this session discourses will incorporate women explicit cardiovascular risk evaluation in the setting of pregnancy and the management of pregnancy entangled by high-chance cardiovascular diseases, conditions fundamentally influencing women, for example, Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension and Dysautonomia, and advances in the administration of dyslipidemia, atrial fibrillation, and open artery myocardial dead tissue. 
  • Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention in Women
  • High Blood Pressure and Women
  • Hormone Replacement Therapy
  • Coronary Microvascular Disease
  • Broken Heart Syndrome
  • Mental Stress and Depression
  • Smoking related Complications
  • Pregnancy Complications
  • Premature Atrial Contractions
  • Premature Ventricular Contractions
  • Sinus Node Dysfunction

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