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Do you or someone you know have high blood pressure, or are you taking medication to manage blood pressure? If so, you are invited to a free blood pressure check and public talk by heart expert Dr Faisal Sharif on Wednesday, July 10, in the Croí Heart & Stroke Centre, Newcastle, Galway.
New figures from Irish Heart’s Mobile Health Unit service show that a total of 292 people from Westmeath have availed of its free blood pressure checks during its first full year of operation.
Heartwave Cardio Screening is coming to Co Galway and Co Westmeath with the revolutionary Bpro pulse wave analysis device, providing affordable and accurate heart and artery screenings.
Did you know that 27 people die of heart attack in Ireland every day?
Eye examinations are not just about assessing vision to determine if one requires spectacles. By examining the eyes thoroughly optometrists can detect serious conditions at an early stage. This means that any issues raised are more promptly managed and treated, thus reducing the risk to one’s eyesight.
Heartfelt Cardio Screening is returning to the Prince of Wales Hotel, Church Street, Athlone, on December 8 and 15.
Cardio Pulse wave analysis is the latest technology in non-invasive vascular and cardiac screening. But there is a means to get a more accurate picture of your blood pressure. The BPro device used for Cardio Pulse wave screening, shows you the condition of your heart and the flexibility of your arteries by measuring central aortic systolic pressure - the pressure at the centre of your heart. This is a more accurate measurement of your blood pressure than standard blood pressure.
Week seven of The Irish Times and Pfizer Healthy Town will focus on the importance of looking after your heart.
Heartfelt Cardio Screening is returning to the Prince of Wales Hotel, Church Street, Athlone, on Tuesday, August 4 and Tuesday, August 11.
A study which reveals that 80 per cent of farmers have four or more risk factors for heart disease and stroke - the leading cause of death in Ireland - has been described as "very worrying" by a local farmers' representative.