Cardiac arrest because of medication-induced center rhythm disturbance: Rare but catastrophic Hospital care providers need to be more conscious that cardiac arrest from a medication-induced heart rhythm problem is usually a rare but potentially catastrophic event in patients, according to a joint scientific statement from the American Center Association and American College of Cardiology . The statement, published on-line in Circulation: Journal of the American Center Association and Journal of the American College of Cardiology, can be endorsed by the American Association of Critical-Treatment Nurses. The rhythm disturbance, called Torsade de Pointes , includes a characteristic electrocardiogram design described as a ‘twisting’ of factors on the read-out.

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Full affected person enrollment in the CHAMPION trial was completed in ’09 2009. Currently, CardioMEMS anticipates acquiring the total outcomes of its CHAMPION trial in the summertime of 2010. We anticipate the successful completion in the coming a few months of the CHAMPION trial and the continuation of the FDA acceptance procedure for our CHAMPION heart failure pressure measurement program. An interview with Professor Lesley JonesDeaths from avoidable risk factors: an interview with Dr Ali Mokdad, IHMEThe CardioMEMS wireless HF sensor can be an innovative miniature device which is implanted into the patient’s pulmonary artery using a simple, catheter-based process.