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Cardio & Pulmonary Conferences, Events, and Education

Cardio & Pulmonary Conferences &
Educational Opportunities

Primary Care Conference
02/02/2015 - 02/05/2015
NPACE

Primary Care Conference
03/08/2015 - 03/09/2015
NPACE

Phamacology Update
03/10/2015 - 03/11/2015
NPACE

Pharmacology Update
04/20/2015 - 04/21/2015
NPACE

Primary Care Conference with Workshops
05/11/2015 - 05/14/2015
NPACE

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cardio , pulmonary , vascular , thoracic , heart , lungs , sleep apnea , asthma , respiratory


Latest News

Basic Vs. Advanced Life Support Outcomes After Out-Of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest

Patients who had cardiac arrest at home or elsewhere outside of a hospital had greater survival to hospital discharge and to 90 days beyond if they received basic life support (BLS) vs. advanced life support (ALS) from ambulance personnel, according ... Continue Reading


Sister To Sister®, Nation’s First Organization Dedicated To Women’s Heart Health, Donates Educational Content, Intellectual Property To Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute

After 15 years of educating women about heart disease and providing more than 100,000 free cardiovascular screenings, Sister to Sister: The Women’s Heart Health Foundation founded by Irene Pollin, MSW, announced today that the organization will cease... Continue Reading


Goodbye Drafty Backside, Hello “Model G” Patient Gown

A new Detroit design is rolling off the assembly line in the Motor City in 2015, made with a cotton-poplin blend for comfort, color-coded trim for ease of use and – most importantly – a closed backside that finally offers patients more privacy and co... Continue Reading


Delivery Of Stem Cells Into Heart Muscle After Heart Attack May Enhance Cardiac Repair And Reverse Injury

Delivering stem cell factor directly into damaged heart muscle after a heart attack may help repair and regenerate injured tissue, according to a study led by researchers from Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai presented at the American Heart As... Continue Reading


Grant Gives New Breath To Patients Suffering From Severe Pulmonary Hypertension

Imagine trying to take a deep breath, but feeling like you’re sucking air through a straw. That’s how some patients with chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension (CTEPH) describe living with the condition, which is estimated to affect several th... Continue Reading


Obesity Fuels Silent Heart Damage

Using an ultrasensitive blood test to detect the presence of a protein that heralds heart muscle injury, researchers from Johns Hopkins and elsewhere have found that obese people without overt heart disease experience silent cardiac damage that fuels... Continue Reading


High-Quality Hospitals Deliver Lowest-Cost Care For Congenital Heart Surgery Patients

US children’s hospitals delivering the highest-quality care for children undergoing heart surgery, also appear to provide care most efficiently at a low cost, according to research led by the University of Michigan and presented Tuesday at the Americ... Continue Reading


Paradox Lost: Speedier Heart Attack Treatment Does Save More Lives After All, Study Suggests

A national effort to shave minutes off emergency heart attack treatment time has increased the chance that each patient will survive, a new study suggests. But yet the survival rate for all patients put together hasn’t budged. It seems like a parado... Continue Reading


Some Heparin-Allergic Patients Could Have Urgent Heart Surgery Sooner

McMaster University researchers have found new evidence that suggests patients with a history of adverse reaction to the blood thinner heparin may be ready for urgent heart surgery sooner with a combination of appropriate blood screenings and therape... Continue Reading


Police Face Higher Risk Of Sudden Cardiac Death During Stressful Duties

Police officers in the United States face roughly 30 to 70 times higher risk of sudden cardiac death (SCD) when they're involved in stressful situations--suspect restraints, altercations, or chases--than when they're involved in routine or non-emerge... Continue Reading


New App Aims For Rapid Interventions And Reduced Mortality For Infants With Heart Defects

A powerful new app is directly connecting single ventricle heart defect patients to their doctors, dramatically improving their monitoring while they recover from heart surgery at home. Girish Shirali, MBBS, FACC, FASE, Co-Director of the Ward Family... Continue Reading


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Healthcare Jobs

Healthcare Jobs

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YappGuru

Lecturer of Nursing (non-tenure track)
Ohio University Southern
National

Lecturer of Nursing (non-tenure track)
Ohio University Southern
Faculty

Lecturer of Nursing (non-tenure track)
Ohio University Southern
Ohio

Speech Therapists
Woods Services
Langhorne, Pennsylvania

Occupational Therapist & OT Assistant
Legacy Rehab
Illinois

Speech Language Pathologist & Medical Director
Fort Bayard Medical Center
Southwestern, New Mexico

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