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Adult and Juvenile Myositis Study

health  research  science  adults  environment  childhood  north carolina  study  myositis  volunteer  clinical study  recruitment  open study  Durham  RTP 

This study evaluates subjects with adult- and childhood-onset myositis to learn more about their causes, and the immune system changes and medical problems associated with them.

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NIH

Finding a Clinical Trial

sources  clinical trial 

Sources for finding a clinical trial.

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NIH

The Basics

The Basics 

Information about participating in a clinical trial.

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NHLBI

Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting - Life After

CABG  heart bypass surgery 

CABG is a treatment but not a cure for ischemic heart disease. It is important to work with your doctor after CABG to help you stay healthy. This may include taking medicines prescribed by your doctor, making healthy lifestyle changes, getting regular medical checkups, and participating in cardiac rehabilitation.

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NHLBI

Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting - After Surgery

CABG  heart bypass surgery 

After CABG surgery, you will need time to recover. There are also potential complications from surgery, including arrhythmia, heart attack, and infection.

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NHLBI

Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting - During Surgery

CABG  heart bypass surgery 

During CABG, a surgical team will take one or more blood vessels from another part of your body and connect it to the blocked artery in your heart. CABG may be performed in one of three ways. In traditional CABG, the chest is cut open and a machine pumps your blood. In “off-pump” CABG, the chest is opened, but a machine for pumping blood is not used. With minimally invasive CABG methods, only small cuts are made in the chest, and a machine is not used.

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NHLBI

Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting - Before Surgery

CABG  heart bypass surgery 

Your doctor may use diagnostic tests or procedures before CABG to determine how serious your ischemic heart disease is and where the coronary arteries are narrowed. If you need CABG, talk to your doctor about how to prepare for the procedure.

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NHLBI

Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting - Who May Benefit

CABG  heart bypass surgery 

People who have certain conditions may benefit from CABG, such as those who have obstructive coronary artery disease, a type of ischemic heart disease. Obstructive coronary artery disease occurs when plaque builds up in the coronary arteries that supply the heart with oxygen-rich blood.

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NHLBI

Conduction Disorders - Living With

heart block 

If you have been diagnosed with a conduction disorder, it is important that you continue your treatment. Follow-up care may depend on your type of conduction disorder, your risk of a complication, and your response to treatment. If you have a conduction disorder whose cause is genetic, talk to your doctor and family members about possible genetic testing for your family members.

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NHLBI

Conduction Disorders

heart block 

If you are diagnosed with a conduction disorder, your doctor may recommend lifestyle changes, medicines, surgery, or another procedure to treat your condition. Conduction disorders can be a medical emergency that requires immediate treatment in a hospital emergency department.

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