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16:04

Opinion

The French Paradox

ANDREW J. LINN

France's high red wine consumption accounted for the country's lower incidence of cardiac disease, Americans' consumption of red wine increased by 40 per cent over the ensuing months. But it is a myth. Why would just one country in the world not suffer

16:36

National

A miracle in the mountains

CRISTIAN REINO

Emergencies, he decided the ECMO technique needed to be applied immediately. The risk was high. This was the longest case of resuscitated cardiac arrest ever registered in Spain and one of the longest in the world. "The more I learn about this and the more I ... read about it, the more miraculous it seems that I survived," said Audrey at the press conference. The technique is used on critical patients with very serious respiratory or cardiac illnesses. A machine temporarily replaces the lung or heart ... deteriorate." The medical experts believe that if Audrey's body temperature had been normal and she had been in cardiac arrest for so long, she would not have survived. "But we knew that as she had such severe hypothermia, there was a chance of survival with

13:21

LifeStyle

"Sudden death can affect anyone"

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...to look into the genetic material and see whether the person was a carrier of this hereditary illness. So cardiac check-ups are very important even if there do not appear to be any heart problems. Definitely, and the person's family history

19:06

LifeStyle

Eyes open till dawn

ROCÍO MENDOZA

...there is none. A lack of sleep over a long period increases the risk of becoming overweight or obese, suffering from hypertension and other illnesses such as cardiac problems, as well as affecting our wellbeing in general. Now is the time to work

12:27

LifeStyle

How to act fast in the event of a cardiac arrest

SUR MALAGA

With just a pair of hands and two fingers you can save a life: a fact that emphasises the necessity of taking swift action when someone is suffering from sudden cardiac arrest. This was the subject of a press conference and subsequent demonstration ... the chin to help open their mouth. Breathing. For the next step you should test their breathing and then call the emergency services. Massage. You should then perform a cardiac massage, placing one hand on top of the other and rhythmically ... the instructions on the apparatus. Simply giving a cardiac massage, which is rhythmic compression of the heart, and providing air mouth-to-mouth could resuscitate up to 30 per cent of people suffering from cardiac arrest. This figure then increases

11:00

Local

Routine procedure results in shock death at Marbella hospital

F. JIMÉNEZ. Malaga

...his child, had originally been admitted to hospital for a simple, routine operation on a bunion. However, during the operation, he suffered a seven-minute cardiac arrest, which caused damage to his brain and put him in a deep coma for 16 days before he

14:51

LifeStyle

"We are among the public hospitals that carry out the most heart operations"

Ángel Escalera MALAGA

The cardiac surgery department at the Clínico Universitario hospital, which is headed by José María Melero, is one of the busiest in Andalucía and carries out more heart operations than any other. Last year 422 highly complex operations took place ... type of cardiac surgery which improves the quality of our patients' lives" How have you achieved this growth in the number of operations? It has been through the joint efforts of the Administration and the efficiency of the medical professionals. ... operating theatres do you have? For years we only had one, and we made the best of it that we could. Six months ago we were allocated a second one and that is when we were able to carry out more operations. Since taking over as the head of the cardiac