cardiovascular disease

The consistent undertreatment of women with cardiovascular disease may have led to preventable heart attacks, strokes and even death, according to new research from the University of Aberdeen. In the first study of its kind to look at cardiovascular disease over a long period of time, data from more than 25,000 participants spanning over 25 years was analysed to identify patterns in long-term health outcomes and how they differ between the sexes. The team led by Dr Tiberiu Pana, Honorary Clinical Research Fellow at the University and Internal Medicine Training Doctor with NHS Grampian, published their findings in the European

Highlighting undertreatment of women with cardiovascular disease as seen on The Hippocratic Post.