The most important finding was the rapid decline in death rates from heart attacks. There were 4,000 fewer deaths from acute myocardial infarction in 2004 than in 1994 in Canada erectional dysfunction . This could be the result of decreases in risk factors, in many cases the greater use of statins to control cholesterol levels.
The authors declare: ‘Prevention, therefore, is important because more than 80 percent of premature cardiovascular disease is preventable. ‘Promoting smoking, encourage healthier diets and physical activity, in addition to drugs that control blood pressure and cholesterol is crucial. ‘National trends in rates of death and hospital admissions related to acute myocardial infarction, heart failure and stroke, 1994-2004 ‘Jack V. Tu MD PhD, MSc Lorelei Nardi, Jiming Fang, PhD, Juan Liu MD, Laila Khalid MD, Helen Johansen, PhD, for the Canadian cardiovascular Outcomes Research team DOI: 10.1503/cmaj.081197. Continue reading “The most important finding was the rapid decline in death rates from heart attacks erectional dysfunction.”