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Keynote presentation «T2DM and Coronary Heart Disease». Prof Mamedov Mekhman
Keynote presentation «T2DM and Coronary Heart Disease». Prof Mamedov Mekhman On May 24-25, 2023, the anniversary International Heart Congress in a hybrid regime was held in Tokyo (Japan). Speakers from 25 countries of the world took part in the scientific program. The key presentation by Professor Mekhman Mamedov (Moscow, Russia) was devoted to the features of coronary artery revascularization and life prognosis in patients with diabetes mellitus and coronary heart disease. The lecture covered issues on the prevalence of diabetes in the world, the relationship with cardiovascular diseases and the prevention of complications.


European Associations Review Dietary Therapies for Obesity
European Associations Review Dietary Therapies for Obesity The European Association for the Study of Obesity (EASO) and the European Federation of the Associations of Dietitians (EFAD) have published a position statement to provide an update on evidence-based options for the medical nutrition therapy of obesity. The statement is intended for health professionals and policymakers.


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Trump Pick for CMS Would Ease Up on Physicians
Trump Pick for CMS Would Ease Up on Physicians Seema Verma, MPH, President Donald Trump"s choice to head the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), has mixed feelings about electronic health record (EHR) systems. It"s just one example of how she"s on the same page with many physicians regarding healthcare. "My doctor…is staring at her computer instead of looking at me," the healthcare policy consultant told the US Senate Committee on Finance during her confirmation hearing yesterday. Verma"s comment came in response to a question about the future of the CMS incentive program for meaningful use of EHRs, much criticized by physicians for turning them into data entry clerks. She also recounted seeing signs in physician waiting rooms that apologized for schedule delays due to EHR implementation. Yet another tech challenge she cited was the lack of EHR interoperability, which prevents different programs from freely exchanging data.


Mediterranean Diet With Olive Oil Boosted HDL Function?
Mediterranean Diet With Olive Oil Boosted HDL Function? More research suggests that a Mediterranean-style diet supplemented with either virgin olive oil or mixed nuts enhances the function of HDL cholesterol[1]. In a subset of 296 patients at high risk of heart disease in thePREDIMED study, cholesterol efflux capacity (CEC), the first step in reverse cholesterol transport, was significantly increased at 1 year compared with baseline in those advised to eat a Mediterranean diet rich in virgin olive oil (VOO) (P=0.018) or mixed nuts (P=0.013) rather than a reduced-fat diet.



International Heart and Vascular Disease Journal-Issues
International Heart and Vascular Disease Journal-Issues International Heart and Vascular Disease Journal