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Recent trends in cardiovascular mortality studies with anti-arrhythmic drugs
Anthony F. Compton
Written in English
Thesis (M.Sc.) - University of Surrey, 1997.
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The global anti-arrhythmic drugs market can be segmented based on type, distribution channel, and region. In terms of type, the market can be classified into class I, class II, class III, and class IV. Class I anti-arrhythmic drugs consist of sodium (Na) channel blockers such as quinidine, disopyramide, procainamide, and lidocaine. According to the Global Burden of Disease Study, between and , global cardiovascular mortality increased by 55% as a result of aging and by 25% as a result of population growth. A 39% decr.
Importance: Heart disease (HD) and cancer are the 2 leading causes of death in the United States. During the first decade of the 21st century, HD mortality declined at a much greater rate than cancer mortality and it appeared that cancer would overtake HD as . These studies involve studying the health of various populations to uncover patterns, trends, and outcomes that may be applicable to the general population. When it launched in the original goal of the Framingham Heart Study (FHS) was to identify common factors or characteristics that contribute to cardiovascular disease.
It should be noted that class Ic agents are contraindicated in the population of AF patients with structural heart disease; earlier studies such as the Cardiac Arrhythmic Suppression Trial (CAST) found that patients with ischaemia or prior myocardial infarction exposed to this class of drugs faced an increased mortality risk. 52,53 The use of. Secular trends in long-term sustained hypertension, long-term treatment, and cardiovascular mortality: the Framingham Heart Study to Circulation. ; – Crossref Medline Google Scholar; Lever AF, Beevers DG, Hole DJ, Isles CG, Meredith PA, Murray LS, McInnes GT, Reid JL.
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Am Heart J. Nov; doi: / Epub Aug Ventricular arrhythmia and death among atrial fibrillation patients using anti-arrhythmic by: 5. With the exception of the flu pandemic years ofheart disease (HD) has been the leading cause of death in the United States since1 with cancer and stroke among the 5 leading causes of death every year since 2 From toage-adjusted mortality decreased 30% for HD and 36% for stroke, but cancer mortality declined only 13%.
3 Heart disease mortality Cited by: Antiarrhythmic drugs are a group of pharmaceuticals that suppress or prevent abnormal heart rhythms, which are often associated with substantial morbidity and mortality. Current antiarrhythmic drugs that typically target plasma membrane ion channels have limited clinical success and in some cases have been described as being by: In fact, drug-induced SCA and VA have been responsible for the market withdrawal of more drugs in recent years than any other adverse drug reaction.
Yet, the potential for oral antidiabetic drugs to affect arrhythmogenicity―in a T2DM population already primed for or having cardiovascular disease[ 31, 32 ]―is not widely by: Methods and results.
We used a single-hospital based cohort database in an urban city (Tokyo) in Japan, including all the new visitors from to (n = 13,).The non-adjusted death rates of AF patients for all-cause, stroke, and cardiovascular death were97, and perpatient-years, and the age-adjusted ones were (95% CI, Cited by: Trends in Cardiovascular Medicine provides in depth state-of-the-art reviews of scientific advances in cardiovascular medicine, written and critiqued by internationally known experts.
Articles present an authoritative understanding on a range of topics, including basic mechanisms, diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis of heart and blood vessel disorders for clinicians and. Post myocardial infarction.
Post MI, there is a mortality of 5–15% in the first year.1,2 With advances in pharmacotherapy and interventional treatment there has been a steady decline in mortality.
Beta-blockers – the BHAT3 trial was one of the early study that established the role of beta-blockers in reducing total and arrhythmic mortality, in patients after MI.
The major contributor of the mortality in this study was cardiovascular causes, which was similar in the two groups. The use of anti-arrhythmic drugs in patients with HF is potentially deleterious (32–34). Anti-arrhythmic agents used for rhythm control have been associated with higher morbidity and mortality rates.
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) mortality in the UK is declining; however, CVD burden comes not only from deaths, but also from those living with the disease. This review uses national datasets with multiple years of data to present secular trends in mortality, morbidity, and treatment for all CVD and specific subtypes within the UK.
We produced all-ages and premature age-standardised mortality. Of all anti-arrhythmic drugs, only beta-blockers have convincingly shown reduction in arrhythmic and all-cause mortality.
Important caveats from trial data are the benefit of beta-blockers is dose dependant, in addition to the ACE-I and ARBs and should be continued during hospitalization for heart failure. Drug treatment to reduce cholesterol to new target levels is now recommended in four moderate- to high-risk patient populations: patients who have already sustained a cardiovascular event, adult diabetic patients, individuals with low density lipoprotein cholesterol levels ≥ mg/dL and individuals with an estimated year cardiovascular risk ≥%.
Salient features of the book: All chapters are related to the advances in cardiovascular risks.; - Chapters are written by renowned authors globally. - Chapters are lucid and easy to understand.
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Atrial fibrillation (AF) continues to impose a significant burden upon healthcare resources. A sustained increase in the ageing population and better survi. Wu, Z. et al. Sino-MONICA project: a collaborative study on trends and determinants in cardiovascular diseases in China, part I: morbidity and mortality monitoring.
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PLoS One. ; e doi: / Crossref Medline Google Scholar; Cooper R, Cutler J, Desvigne-Nickens P, et al. Anti-arrhythmic drugs are traditionally categorized using the Vaughan-Williams classification.
Several medications that were originally licensed for. In heart failure, the underutilization of sacubitril/valsartan and ivabradine, two new drugs that reduce mortality and/or hospitalization, will be a focus. “Remote monitoring of data is the future, but is a challenge now because of the infrastructure and data management it requires” says Christopher M.
O’Connor, MD, FACC, editor-in-chief. The rapid pace of change continues to be a hallmark in cardiovascular medicine and many see that pace accelerating. In just the last year, a record of 46 new drugs were approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
New devices are coming online just as rapidly. Mirroring this pace is the record number of clinical trials that will be reported at the .Trends in Cardiovascular Medicine.
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