A collection of news and information related to Pulmonary Edema published by this site and its partners.
Displaying items 1-6 of 6 » View centralkynews.com items only
Heart disease in dogs and cats has some similarities to heart problems in people. However, there are some significant differences. Heart failure is the inability of the heart to sufficiently circulate blood to meet the body’s needs. This usually...
A Baltimore abortion clinic whose license was suspended last week disputes that a patient suffered cardiac arrest at its facility, as the state contends. The administrator for the clinic, Associates in Ob/Gyn Care LLC on North Calvert Street, said in a...
Charles S. Houston, who pioneered the field of high-altitude medicine after an expedition up the world's second-highest mountain claimed the life of a fellow mountaineer, died Sept. 27 at his home in Burlington, Vt. He was 96. No cause of death was...
Tennis great Martina Navratilova recounts having to give up Kilimanjaro climb after becoming seriously illOutpostsTimes sports columnist Bill Dwyre was one of a handful of reporters who spoke to Martina Navratilova by telephone Sunday morning following her release from a hospital where the tennis legend had been after becoming seriously ill during her attempt......
As manager of the cardiovascular program at the UC Irvine Medical Center, Nathalie De Michelis sees many patients who either have a propensity for heart failure or are well on their way and need help. That's where the hospital in Orange and its...
I have heard that Viagra is effective for altitude sickness. Is this true? Viagra is best known as a treatment for erectile dysfunction. But there are reports that it has off-label uses in treating a number of other conditions, including pulmonary...
Sep 24, 2012 |Story| Winchester Sun
Mar 12, 2013 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Oct 12, 2009 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Dec 13, 2010 | Los Angeles Times
Dec 22, 2010 |Story| Daily Pilot
Jan 17, 2011 |Column| Los Angeles Times
Original site for Pulmonary Edema topic gallery.