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Learn what a heart attack feels like as it could save your life — This is the message from heart and stroke charity, Croí, which has just launched a heart attack awareness campaign in Mayo, for the month of October, in collaboration with Mayo PCCC, HSE West and Mayo General Hospital.
The local heart and stroke charity, Croi, is supporting important research at the Clinical Research Facility in NUI Galway which is exploring a link between poor sleep quality and high blood pressure, a major risk factor for heart attack and stroke.
More than 50 heart attack patients have been transferred by helicopter to Galway University Hospitals (GUH) in the past six months.
Earlier this month the team at Blake’s bar on Eglinton Street held a coffee morning in aid of Croí as a thank you for looking after one of their own staff during a life changing event.
Pulsewave Ireland offer a new non-invasive heart check which utilises state-of-the-art cardiovascular screening equipment called BPro, developed by Dr Ting of Healthstats in Singapore.
Pulsewave Ireland offers a new non-invasive heart check which utilises state of the art cardiovascular screening equipment called BPRO, which was developed by Dr Ting of Healthstats in Singapore.
Pulsewave Ireland offers a new non-invasive heart check which utilises state of the art cardiovascular screening equipment called Bpro developed by Dr Ting of Healthstats in Singapore.
NO is nitric oxide. Nitric oxide is vital to your body’s cardio wellbeing. Say NO to high blood pressure, increased risk of stroke, and increased risk of heart attack.
Coroner for south Mayo John O’Dwyer commented this week that patients in Mayo who have a heart attack may not have the best opportunity for survival given the short time frame they have to get to the cardiac unit at University Hospital Galway.
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