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What is Pulse Wave Velocity, any benefit in measuring it?

Some health products (e.g. smart scales) boast that they measure the heart's Pulse Wave Velocity. Is there any benefit in monitoring this parameter and trying to "improve" it via training/eating?
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What is the most advanced non-invasive technology these days for identifying clogged arteries?

What is the most advanced non-invasive technology these days for identifying clogged arteries?
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Bulbus aortae is a part of aortic root, then where are the two measurements taken?

I would like to clarify my understanding because anatomy atlases do not provide me an explanation. As far as I know, the aortic bulbus is a part (the widest, the sinuses of Valsalva) of the aortic ...
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How to differentiate Split S2 from Mitral valve prolapse murmur?

If history is not available or doesn't gives a clue about the pathology, is it still possible to tell whether it is MVP or Split S2 due to pulmonary valve problems? Both split S2 and MVP's murmur( the ...
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What would the graph look like if the electrodes were non-equidistant from the depolarization wave?

Hypothetically speaking using the diagram above. If the negative electrode was very far away from this cardiomyocyte and the positive electrode was right next to it. What would the voltage graph look ...
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Difference in heart muscle tissue growth (cardio vs low-rep intense weight lifting)

Below is a quote from a subreddit that says: I haven't kept up on the research, but the last thing I read back in college looked at weight lifters and long distance runners. Both types had larger ...
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Normal Sleeping Heart Rate Range

I recently got a heart rate tracker and I've noticed that when I sleep my heart rate consistently spikes fairly high. It has reached 165 bpm before, but most times it's under 150. That seems a bit ...
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Are two cups of nescafe a day good for my health?

I drink 2 cups of Nescafe every day. 8 a.m. first cup and 12 p.m. another cup. I drink this kind of Nescafe and add with a spoon of condensed milk, not the 3 in 1. Is this habit good for my health (...
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What benefits for more EKG leads?

It seems that the 12-lead EKG is the gold standard for diagnosing many heart problems, but they're limited to fairly short samples (e.g. 30 minutes). Its possible to send a patient home for several ...
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How about afterwork jogging after drinking a lot of caffee?

I drink many caffee in a workday to boost my work performance (normally 3-4 cups of middle strong arabica). After work, I would like to do some jogging (maybe around 5 km) to boost my health. Isn't ...
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How long a phonocardiography (PCG) should be for diagnosis?

I have many PCG records with different lengths, what is the minimum length (minutes or seconds) that a specialist use to diagnose any abnormalities in heart? Highly appreciate your help. Cheers
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Does physical stress on vagaus nerve cause depression?

I usually suffer from palpitations due to stimulation of vagus nerve from gastric problems and sitting/lying posture. Recently I've been experiencing some abnormal mental stress patterns such as slow ...
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Why is there a left ventricular volume overload in patients with Ventricular septal defect?

With VSD left to right shunt in systole logically should dilate right ventricle due to volume overload since left side pressure is higher then the right.
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What are the bio-molecular reasons that makes some people's hearts more reactive to adrenaline that they get palpitation when it rises?

Epinephrine, more commonly known as adrenaline, is a hormone secreted by the medulla of the adrenal glands. Strong emotions such as fear or anger cause epinephrine to be released into the ...