This trial is evaluating whether Group 1 (Intervention) will improve 2 primary outcomes and 55 secondary outcomes in patients with Heart Diseases. Measurement will happen over the course of Baseline to 24 months.
This trial requires 2260 total participants across 2 different treatment groups
This trial involves 2 different treatments. Group 1 (Intervention) is the primary treatment being studied. Participants will be divided into 2 treatment groups. There is no placebo group. The treatments being tested are not being studied for commercial purposes.
"Findings from a recent study, even using a higher threshold for a positive test result, heart disease could not be fully cured. For one person with heart disease, one negative test result per person does not change their cardiovascular outcomes substantially." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Symptoms of heart disease in children are common. In younger children a heart murmur is the most common sign. The signs of heart murmur also vary according to the type and severity of heart disease and the age of the child." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Heart diseases is a disease of the blood vessels. It could cause blood vessels to narrow, restricting the blood flowing to the body, creating an increased pressure on the heart and eventually leading to heart pain.Heart diseases in other words could trigger heart attacks. Symptoms of heart attacks depend on the location of the affected heart part:\n\n- Heart attack: the most prominent symptom associated heart attacks are pressure in the chest, chest pain, sweating and shortness of breath.\n- Heart failure: would mean the disease of the heart that affects in the left ventricle, which pumps blood to the body. Symptoms related to heart failure are dizziness, fainting and shortness of breath." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Antipsychotics are sometimes prescribed for individuals with various heart conditions or comorbid disorders like bipolar disorder or schizophrenia. It helps to treat symptoms but its benefit is unclear as it doesn't seem to be effective and there is potential for side effects such as extrapyramidal syndrome. Other medications are commonly prescribed such as ACE inhibitors or calcium channel blockers. Also, cholesterol is often addressed for people with heart disease by taking cholesterol blockers or lipid-lowering drugs. These can be prescribed as a single tablet. In some cases, an individual might need to start a combination therapy due to intolerance or toxicity of other drugs. Other treatment modalities (that are rarely prescribed) are massage, acupuncture and electroacupuncture." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"While the main cause of heart diseases remains to be cardiovascular disease, people in many high-risk populations are at risk for heart diseases as a result of chronic inflammation." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"The number of adults having an initial coronary or major vascular surgery has been growing rapidly in the United States for 15 years, with numbers reaching almost 2 million annually in 2013 in the United States alone. The current data imply that one in 8 adults will be diagnosed with one of these heart diseases within their lifetimes." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"The most recent papers from the ITHC discuss recent developments in the management of CHD in those of advanced age. Many papers have been published over the last decade regarding therapeutic use for CHD in G/G1 for over 10 years; several randomized controlled trials have been performed in subjects diagnosed with advanced CHD. These trials have demonstrated the success of these therapeutic approaches to improve the health status and survival of patients with advanced CHD. Although some of the therapeutic uses have been evaluated in G/G1 with significant benefit in the reduction of the number of hospitalizations and rehospitalizations for the primary prevention of acute decompensation, the number of hospitalization due to CHF and the need for cardiac transplantation were not reduced." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Group 1, in combination with any other treatments for primary prevention of coronary heart disease, significantly reduced total and cardiovascular mortality in both sexes, despite a significant decrease in absolute event rates within this group." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Risk factors associated with heart disease are shared by various types of heart disease and are the result of both genetic and environmental effects. Many of the risk factors are treatable. As cardiac diseases become more common in young adults, early prevention and detection are important." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Heart is a genetic disease. Recent findings, it seems that first-degree relatives of patients with familial and non-familial CAD show significantly different profile among their lipid profile, as well, their blood pressure." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"The lifetime risk of heart disease is low among those who are between 65 and 89 years old, but becomes higher when the life expectancy drops below 65 years. It is estimated that about 6% of the population over 65 years have heart disease, which may be underestimated by age-adjusted prevalence." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"There seemed to be an effect of the intervention on the quality of life irrespective of treatment-group composition (placebo, active) and the treatment-group composition showed no significant effect on the change from baseline to follow-up, therefore this study suggests that we are unlikely to verify the positive results of a previous meta-analysis." - Anonymous Online Contributor