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Posted on:    03 Mar, 2018       Views:  957

Heart attacks seem more common When temperature changes Said Research

Temperatures with East Coast began to fluctuate last month, from cold days to cold one day - which is normal for February - next summer as summer - whatever is. This is a wonderful forerunner of global climate change, and there is a big turn of events, because of this, people had to change their clothes, thermostats and ceiling fans from day to day. While presenting a study in the 67th annual scientific session of the American College of Cardiology, swings were linked to large number of day-to-day swings in the temperature, due to a lot of cardiovascular diseases. Given that some climate models link to extreme weather events with global warming, new findings show that climate change, in turn, may be an uptick in the event of heart attack, researchers said. A big proof is showing that the outdoor temperature affects the rate of heart attack, the most risk is brought in during the cold weather, but most previous studies have focused on the entire daily temperature. This new study is the first to check associations with sudden temperature changes.

Heart attacks seem more common When temperature changes Said Research

"When there is an effective system to respond to changes in temperature in the body, it may be that more intense and extreme fluctuations can cause more stress on those systems that can contribute to health problems" Anderson Said, the underlying mechanism for this conference is unknown.

Along with an overall warming trend, climate change is expected to lead to more extreme events, such as heat waves and cold snaps, where a person lives, researchers explained

A Cardiology researcher, Headwig Anderson, MD, and lead author of the study at the University of Michigan said, "Global warming is likely to cause weather events, which in turn can cause temperature fluctuations in the day to day . " "Our study suggests that such fluctuations in outer temperatures may possibly increase the number of cardiovascular diseases and in the future can affect global cardiovascular health."

Many harmful health effects of climate change are well established, in which the spread of deteriorating allergic and seasonal allergic diseases, including heat waves, flood and droughts, among others.

This research is based on data from more than 30,000 patients in 45 Michigan hospitals between 2010-2016. All patients had percutaneous coronary intervention, after detecting ST-elevated myocardial infarction, a process used to open closing arteries, the most serious form of heart attack.

Researchers calculated the temperature fluctuations in the temperature of the hospital before each heart attack, based on the records of the zip code of the hospital. The fluctuation in daily temperature was defined as the difference between the highest and the lowest temperature recorded on the day of the heart attack.

Overall, the risk of heart attack from the results increased by about 5 percent for every five degrees in temperature Celsius (9 degrees Fahrenheit) degree Celsius. Swing over 25 ° C (45 ° F) was associated with increased increase in the rate of heart attack compared to a small increase compared to the temperature swings of 10 to 25 degree Celsius (18-45 degrees Fahrenheit). On the days with more average temperatures this effect became more pronounced; In other words, suddenly the temperature swing had more impact on the hot day.

A big proof is showing that the outdoor temperature affects the rate of heart attack, the most risk is brought in during the cold weather, but most previous studies have focused on the entire daily temperature. This new study is the first to check associations with sudden temperature changes.

Researchers calculated the temperature fluctuations in the temperature of the hospital before each heart attack, based on the records of the zip code of the hospital. The fluctuation in daily temperature was defined as the difference between the highest and the lowest temperature recorded on the day of the heart attack.

Heart attacks seem more common after rearmost temperature changesSaid Research

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