Latest heart failure News

Research centre to address heart attack and diabetes hotspots in Melbournes west
Grant to tackle heart damage caused by COVID-19
QUT shares in Ideas Grants
La Trobe awarded $5.8m in NHMRC grants
A new study in Melbournes west aims to prevent heart failure
New implantable device treats heart failure
Early identification of heart damage from cancer treatment
Donor support to help fund breakthrough research into heart disease
Dr Katrina Giskes receives Dr Charlotte Hespe Research Award
Treatment shows reduction in heart failure after myocardial infarction
Well-managed type 2 diabetes patients have 21% higher risk of cardiovascular disease
Biomarker identified to help predict atrial fibrillation in at-risk groups
‘Life-changing’ option for heart patients
Study: Disease-specific training benefits home care workers
$84m to support research in science
Novel anti-inflammatory therapy improves heart recovery after a heart attack
AI model could help patients predict disease risk with electronic health records
New tool to predict outcomes in cirrhosis of liver
Lack of understanding of common heart condition leads to missed treatment opportunities, study suggests
Cutting-edge tech propels cardiac surgery forward
Dr John O’Sullivan – 2020 Future Leader Fellowship
University researchers are developing an accurate, five-minute COVID-19 test
$1.2 million support package to benefit Western Australians with incontinence
Diabetes treatment depends on where you live
Ultrasound Technique Offers More Precise, Quantified Assessments of Lung Health
GPs vital in long-term care of COVID-19 patients
Certain pre-existing conditions may double, triple mortality risk for COVID-19
Common cardiovascular disease drug could help hearts of at risk new mums
COVID-19 outcomes in patients with rare inborn immune disord
Breakthrough findings may help prevent heart failure after a heart attack
Concealed cardiomyopathies revealed in cardiac arrest survivors
Drop in GP diagnosis of common health conditions revealed in Salford from March to May
Working with Apple, University researchers to test smartwatch’s ability to help prevent heart failure
Christchurch cardiac research group wins University’s premier award
Shortage of olmesartan and prazosin tablets
Christchurch researchers secure lion’s share of almost $1million in funding
Why you shouldn’t go looking for COVID-19 medicines
Women left behind
L-type calcium channel blockers may contribute to heart failure
Decreased levels of a protein kinase leads to atrial fibrillation
Foundation announces $14.4 million for research
Machining Heart: New Predictor for Helping to Beat Chronic Heart Failure
1.35 million Australians with diabetes take a double hit from COVID-19
Mathematical model enables more effective treatment in artery contraction in heart
Infant heart-assist device gets new life with $4.7M grant
$26m funding injection for cardiovascular and cancer research
Heart research to be revolutionised thanks to $8 million funding boost
Tiny molecule could protect newborns from brain damage