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Medtronic Recalls HawkOne Atherectomy System Due To Tip Damage Risk

Medtronic Inc (NYSE: MDT) is recalling HawkOne Directional Atherectomy System due to the risk of the guidewire within the catheter moving downward or prolapsing when force is applied during use. FDA has identified this as a Class I recall, the most serious type of recall. The system consists of a...
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Medtronic Recalls HawkOne Directional Atherectomy System

Medtronic has recalled 95,110 HawkOne Directional Atherectomy Systems because of the risk of the guidewire within the catheter moving downward or prolapsing during use, which may damage the tip of the catheter. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has identified this as a Class I recall, the most serious...
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The 5 drinks that will improve your blood circulation

Pampering our blood circulation is a fundamental matter, especially in advanced ages, to guarantee our health present and future. For this there are foods that help. Specially, some drinks that can feel great for our body thanks to the nutritional properties of said drinks. We understand, how could it be...
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How Long Should You Wait to Take Your Blood Pressure After Working Out?

You should wait for at least 30 minutes after working out before taking your blood pressure. Exercise can temporarily raise your systolic blood pressure. During a workout, your heart needs more oxygen than when at rest, causing you to breathe more rapidly. This causes your heart to pump more blood.
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Orbit Your Thesis! team “AIM” is one beat closer to the International Space Station

Indeed, the mechanical loads and stresses imparted on hardware and experiments as they are launched into space by means of large rockets has the potential to destroy or incapacitate the experiment even before getting to space. It is therefore crucial to engineer and build the experiment in such a way that the vibrations do not affect the performance in orbit.
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What is normal blood pressure and how can you monitor yours?

Sean O'Neill, 36, was part-nervous, part-excited about getting the Sinopharm vaccine for the first time last year. However, when the nurse did a routine blood pressure check, she found the advertising executive's levels were through the roof at 190/95. He was not only sent back without the shot, but also was advised to monitor the levels closely and regularly.
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High blood pressure: The common drink which can lower your risk – how to slash levels

It can also cause kidney failure, heart failure, problems with your sight and vascular dementia. Therefore, it should not be ignored. The NHS says: “Making healthy lifestyle changes can sometimes help reduce your chances of getting high blood pressure and help lower your blood pressure if it’s already high.” It is often described as a “silent killer” because it rarely causes symptoms.
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A glance can increase the risk of blood clots | Health

Thursday, January 20, 2022 (HealthDay News)-Who suddenly realized that time had passed while drinking the next episode one after another, even though they hadn’t started watching a new drama series on TV?. New studies now suggest that too many glances can increase the risk of life-threatening blood clots in...
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BPSoothe Reviews – Is BP Soothe Blood Pressure Supplement Legit?

Approximately 26 percent of people globally have hypertension, which may hit 29 percent by 2025. Equally, hypertension causes 7.6 deaths yearly and over 57 million disability-adjusted life years. These are figures too overwhelming to be disregarded, and considering risk factors are intensified by modern lifestyles and unhealthy diets, it’s safer to be precautious.
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Blood clots: Four skin changes in the arms and legs that are warning signs

DVT is more likely to occur in people over the age of 60, those who are overweight and smoke, and have developed varicose veins. However, everybody is still at risk. Experts at the National Blood Clot Alliance pointed out the signs and symptoms of the condition. For instance, the skin – on either the legs or arms – may turn red or become discoloured in some way.
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