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    Why its probably hard to stay in range for some...

    Αn application for those who have apple products that exists in With iOS 16 and watchOS 9, maybe it seems useful to some of us. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT213351
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    diastolic heart failure

    From what I have read it may be due to myocardial fibrosis, many people with heart problems have fibrosis which can be detected with an MRI, I had asked my surgeon to do a myocardial biopsy because I was almost certain that I would have some degree of fibrosis. They are either hereditary or from...
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    diastolic heart failure

    There is heart failure and with preserved EF there is also with reduced.
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    Aspirin in conjunction with Warfarin

    Thank you very much for the scientific knowledge you offer us. A friend of mine used to say, <<For example, while stitching technique for sutures is an art learned through practice, the knowledge of what happens at the cellular and molecular level in the tissues being stitched arises through...
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    Why its probably hard to stay in range for some...

    From the first day of the rectorship, I have a weekly box, a daily alarm clock at 6:00 p.m. when I take the pill and a notification in the computer calendar. So far I have not had any portion and I hope not to lose in the future.
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    CoaugCheck vs Coaugusence

    I will ask him when I meet him but I don't think he has kept any records. What I can tell you is about a measurement he had done for me , the CoaguChek had INR 2.8 he did 3 measurements with different reagents and had results of 2.5, 2.6 and 2.8, what I remember was that he told me the 2.8 that...
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    CoaugCheck vs Coaugusence

    I've been using the CoaguChek XS here for about 3 years, I've checked it a few times with the lab and it's been very close to +0.2 to +0.4. Due to my profession, I had the opportunity to speak with the director of the laboratory, who told me that he had tested blood samples with various reagents...
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    Genetic engineering

    I hope that in a few years he will be able to cure many cardiomyopathies. Allow me to give a link that is a bit long and very specialized, we understand from this study how big and important this step of the announcement that was made for cardiomyopathy treatments is...
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    Issue with a Roche Coaguchek INRange

    If you changed the batteries and cleaned the tape slot after removing the blue cap and the problem persists, then it will have to be serviced. See pages 106-110
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    Playing football after a valve replacement and warfarin 2 years on

    Υesterday I went to the gym to see some judoka friends. He was a young athlete with a brown belt who didn't have a uke in his arsenal and wanted to learn the uki-otoshi technique, after about 10 attempts I got a bruise on my hip. Nothing major and the breast was not affected, I don't feel pain...
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    Wishing you all a healthy and happy new year

    Keep the smile,leave the tear, Happy New year !!!
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    Exercise & Heart Rate

    Α new research about high blood pressure and coffee, maybe it should go to another thread but I think it has a place here too, if any administrator thinks so, let him move it...
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    Not doing surgery

    https://www.dicardiology.com/content/edwards-identifies-top-data-releases-2022-highlight-impacts-aortic-stenosis-undertreatment
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    How often you take Echocardiogram ultrasound test

    My cardiologist told me to see me for blood tests and an echo once a year. The cost is symbolic with public insurance at 25 euros and 70 euros if you do it privately. If there is no financial issue, I think that once a year is something that could prevent something like an aneurysm.
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    Merry Christmas 🎄 everyone

    A silent night, a star above, a blessed gift of hope and love. A Merry Christmas to you and your whole family.
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    Chest X-ray to predict the 10-year risk of death from a heart attack or stroke

    https://www.dicardiology.com/content/imagen-technologies-announces-fda-clearance-aorta-cad
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    Blood Thinners (and why they aren't)

    Α friend once asked me what are the anticoagulants I take and he said diluted ones, so he could understand I gave him the following example. When we put alcohol in a bottle of water we prevent the water from becoming ice. The water does not freeze because of the alcohol and not because we...
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    The debate still On-x vs St Jude

    I have written it in another post, my surgeon told me that they have all the companies and all the sizes available before the surgery. he told me he will decide which one to put during the surgery according to the anatomy. Surgeons are paid well for their work judged by how many successes they...
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