Medical News / From Beaumont Health Cardiovascular Conference: Christopher Granger, MD: Stroke Prevention in Obese Patients

Despite the progress made in the fight against cardiovascular disease in recent decades, stroke and mitigating the risk of such an event still remains a top priority for cardiologists, neurologists, and a multitude of clinicians from other specialties. With the American Heart Association statistics indicating a stroke occurs in the US every 40 seconds on average and accounting for more than 6 million deaths worldwide in 2017, finding treatment algorithms that can reduce or help prevent risk of stroke can be a matter of life and death for many patients. Source: MDMag. By reading more or clicking on the link below, you are leaving this site and going to another site run by another organization.

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