Diastolic Dysfunction News and Research

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Diastolic dysfunction refers to an abnormality in the heart's (''i.e.'', left ventricle's) filling during diastole. Diastole is that phase of the cardiac cycle when the heart (i.e. ventricle) is not contracting but is actually relaxed and filling with blood that is being returned to it, either from the body (into right ventricle) or from the lungs (into left ventricle).
Mouse study identifies sex differences at the cellular level for heart failure

Mouse study identifies sex differences at the cellular level for heart failure

Female and male heart failure may require distinct treatments

Female and male heart failure may require distinct treatments

Increased coronary vessel wall thickness linked to heart dysfunction in asymptomatic HIV patients

Increased coronary vessel wall thickness linked to heart dysfunction in asymptomatic HIV patients

Increased cholesterol levels in adolescence linked to early heart damage

Increased cholesterol levels in adolescence linked to early heart damage

Study reveals subclinical cardiac changes in Hispanic women with history of hypertensive pregnancy disorders

Study reveals subclinical cardiac changes in Hispanic women with history of hypertensive pregnancy disorders

Is obesity an independent risk factor for cardiovascular disease?

Is obesity an independent risk factor for cardiovascular disease?

Hormones and high blood pressure: Study reveals endocrine culprits and targeted treatments

Hormones and high blood pressure: Study reveals endocrine culprits and targeted treatments

Study shows arterial stiffness as a novel cause of premature heart damage among adolescents

Study shows arterial stiffness as a novel cause of premature heart damage among adolescents

The association of ambient air pollution and abnormal left ventricular diastolic function

The association of ambient air pollution and abnormal left ventricular diastolic function

Elevated blood pressure linked to worsening cardiac damage during adolescence

Elevated blood pressure linked to worsening cardiac damage during adolescence

CU researchers discover a new mechanism for slowing cardiac fibrosis

CU researchers discover a new mechanism for slowing cardiac fibrosis

Reduced cardiac function identified in severe COVID-19 patients in new study

Reduced cardiac function identified in severe COVID-19 patients in new study

How does COVID-19 affect arrythmia?

How does COVID-19 affect arrythmia?

Hydroxyurea therapy can improve or reverse cardiac complications in sickle cell anemia patients

Hydroxyurea therapy can improve or reverse cardiac complications in sickle cell anemia patients

Researchers receive $1,894,271 grant to address new drug targets for diastolic dysfunction

Researchers receive $1,894,271 grant to address new drug targets for diastolic dysfunction

Study identifies cardiac structural damage experienced by COVID-19 patients

Study identifies cardiac structural damage experienced by COVID-19 patients

Study finds cardiac involvement in MIS-C is associated with myocardial injury

Study finds cardiac involvement in MIS-C is associated with myocardial injury

Rehabilitation speeds coronavirus recovery

Rehabilitation speeds coronavirus recovery

Reductive stress is intolerable, can induce heart failure

Reductive stress is intolerable, can induce heart failure

Diastolic dysfunction associated with increased risk for arrhythmic death

Diastolic dysfunction associated with increased risk for arrhythmic death

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