Heart disease in finland

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Avatar n tn PVC's are not acutely dangerous at a low burden but you are unlucky in that you are highly sensitive and symptomatic. My father in law had 2 heart attacks over the last year and now he has a high burden of scar related PVC's and increased risk of VT/SCD. At his age (90's) and condition, neither icd nor ablation are appropriate but luckily for him, he is asymptomatic and hemodynamically stable.
Avatar m tn Hi, There’s a possibility of the peyronie’s disease, in which there’s formation of a fibrous plaque and this can result in the bending of the penis towards one side when it’s erect. However, this doesn’t occur in the flaccid state. The underlying cause of the same is usually due to some trauma to the penis at the time of the sexual intercourse. Vitamin E, colchicine, carnitine, local injections of verapamil are thought to play a role in preventing the further progression of the same.
Avatar m tn There are also some new symptoms like muscle pains, facial pains especially on right side of the head, sometimes abdominal pains and arrhythmia. Our doctors in Finland are confused. White blood cells are now in normal range. My wife has been tested for HIV and some rare viruses and bacteria like Dengue virus, West Nile virus, Q fever and tularemia but there is no infection. She has had also head CT scan and MRI but nothing found.
535822 tn?1443976780 Similarly, research compiled by Markku Partinen of the Helsinki Sleep Clinic and Hanna Nohynek of the National Institute for Health and Welfare in Finland, both of which were also involved in the new research, has determined a link between Pandemrix and narcolepsy. Children not vaccinated with Pandemrix were found to have a 1300 percent less risk of developing narcolepsy compared to children who were vaccinated with Pandemrix.
Avatar m tn You’ll sometimes hear about the ‘French paradox’, which describes the phenomenon of low heart disease rates in France ‘despite’ a diet rich in saturated fat. Well, it seems that this ‘paradox’ is not limited to France, but is alive and well in several other countries too including the UK, Germany, Austria, Finland, Belgium, Iceland, the Netherlands and Switzerland. In other words, it’s not a paradox at all. It’s only a paradox if one believes saturated fat causes heart disease.
Avatar m tn Not sure what part of Finland you are in but check out this website if you are in one of these places: Doctors and Hospitals in Estonia Hospitals and Clinics in Tallinn, Tartu, Pärnu, Haapsalu, Hiiumaa, Jõhvi, Kohtla-Järve and Narva http://estonia.usembassy.gov/doctorsest.html Good Luck !
Avatar n tn In 1999, I underwent a heart cath following an abnormal treamill stress test and follow-up nuclear stress test, both of which showed some possible abnormalities. The cath exam showed perfectly normal heart function and clear vessels, and the stress tests were determined to be "false positives". I am currently 63 years old. My last annual physical (October 2007) showed cholesterol at 168, with HDL at 83, LDL at 69,trig at 81.
214864 tn?1229715239 I am so sorry about posting possible bad news for anyone who has went through all of the agony associated with cancer. I have Barrett's Esophagus and COPD, not to mention heart disease. I have received massive doses of radiation to my chest from 10 cardiac catheterizations, and a "64 slice Coronary Artery CT Scan", over a 4 year period. I also have six coronary artery stents, due to CAD (coronary artery disease). I have just started researching the affects of this radiation.
Avatar f tn I have now lived in Finland for the past year and before that I lived in Chicago. I was abused by a doctor at the Oulu University Hospital in Northern Finland when given too much fentanyl after falling off a horse and fracturing four ribs in January this year. I was nearly unconscious and a female doctor (ca 50 years old) asked me disgusting sexual questions in front of 9 people and provoked me to talk about sexual things nobody would ever discuss with any stranger, while I was heavily sedated.
1347833 tn?1276708297 re all the way over in Finland. Glad you found this website, many people here to help with support and ask questions. The side effects didn't seem to bother me too much. Good Luck with your tx. Cory.
Avatar m tn he never mentioned anything after that about stds neither she never developed anything. i live in Finland and usually stds are rather rare here, and her boyfriend is from Turkey, but I don't know him. i am worried if it is a bacterial infection, since I didn't take a shower after we had sex that time. i even thought it could be a chaff that got inflamed for this environment prone to bacteria.
Avatar m tn Dudley White, disputed his colleagues at the AHA. Dr. White noted that heart disease in the form of myocardial infarction was nonexistent in 1900 when egg consumption was three times what it was in 1956 and when corn oil was unavailable. When pressed to support the Prudent Diet, Dr. White replied: "See here, I began my practice as a cardiologist in 1921 and I never saw an MI patent until 1928.
Avatar f tn No surgical operation of parathyroids will be done in the near future and no sestamibi scan. I must wait for the disease possibly becoming worse, for instance to cause higher blood calcium levels or kidney stones. My shoulder was injured in 2008 when I fell over. I have a titanium screw in the shoulder. The screw has become almost uncovered. I think that bone has disappeared around it due to PHPT. The screw should be taken away in an operation.
1301089 tn?1290666571 Could you please give us some examples of laws in Norway, Finland and Germany that you like? And also examples on Canonically law in out system?
Avatar f tn Hello I had unprotected oral and vaginal sex with a 19 years old Russian/finish girl that lives in Finland , im Portuguese and 27 years old because of her being very young i committed the stupid mistake to think that she had very fell sexual experience, she had told me that she had 10 boyfriends ( that's this is enough just imagine the ones that were not boyfriends ) all her boyfriend were from Eastern Europe , Finland or Russia she also mentioned that one of them was a drug addicted and s
1187301 tn?1264772920 I HAD A HEART ATTACK IN INDIA IN MAY 2003, AND ANGEOPLASTY AND STENTING WAS DONE.MY LVEF CAME DOWN TO 32%. AFTER THIS FIVE YEARS PASSED WITHOUT A SINGLE PROBLEM, THOUGH I WAS TAKING THE RECOMMENDED MEDICINES. IN NOV 2008, I HAD A CARDIAC ARREST WITHOUT ANY WARNING AND WAS LUCKY TO BE REVIVED BY THE AMBULANCE TEAM.IN THIS PROCESS I GOT BRAIN INJURY ALSO.AFTER ONE MONTH I WAS DISCHARGED FROM THE HOSPITAL WITH ICD FITTED TO ME.MY LVEF HAS COME DOWN TO 21%.
5948831 tn?1377198400 Hi, your symptoms of dizziness could be due to postural hypotension, a condition in which the peripheral arteries dilate, leading to pooling of blood in the peripheries. This in effect causes decreased circulation of blood resulting in dizziness/lightheadedness. This is more pronounced if the person stands up from a lying down position. This is detected by recording the blood pressure recordings in the sitting, standing and lying down positions.
Avatar f tn Normal pulmonary pressure is 15-30. So in theory, you could be classed as hypertensive in the pulmonary system, but not by much at all. Leaks that are trivial and mild are of no real concern. From the report stating that your right atrium and ventricle have reduced in size, I am thinking that they are just back to normal due to past higher hypertension. Yes they can return to a normal size again. Hearts are good at adapting in either direction, so long as the source of the problem is removed.
Avatar n tn I had just visited to a cordiologist for my heart problems..He assured me that i dont have any problem in my heart..then what about those eco test i had done six months back..how can i believe n to whom i should belive..i still feel the pain in chest n breathing problem is reduced but it happens sumtime when i get tired while doing minor household works..
2086874 tn?1332686494 I ws watching TV one evening and without any warning or symptoms I lost the vision in my right eye. It was plaque in the artery and is not reversible. A few months later though I had some flashes of light and lost the peripheral vision in that eye. (In the beginning it was just the vision in the top portion of my eye. I know it sounds weird, but different areas of the retina see different angles.) Did your vision return?