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Women benefit equally from internal defibrillators

26th January 2016

says new study from America.

People with dilated cardiomyopathy may benefit more from catheter ablation

22nd January 2016

Study suggests they do better than those with other heart problems.

Most women with ARVC do well in pregnancy

20th January 2016

International study shows.

Hot and cold weather can increase cardiomyopathy symptoms, say researchers

15th January 2016

Team looked at people with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.

More people with restrictive cardiomyopathy get heart transplants

14th January 2016

Numbers treble in ten years, says International Society for Heart Lung Transplantation.

Is takotsubo cardiomyopathy caused by problems with nervous system?

11th January 2016

Researchers suggest relaxation techniques should be tested as prevention.

Gene responsible for some pregnancy-related cardiomyopathies pinpointed

8th January 2016

TTN gene mutations may lead to 15 per cent of cases, say researchers.

S-ICD suitable for some patients who have had device infections

7th January 2016

Device that has no leads into the heart is a suitable alternative for some patients.

Wearable defibrillator approved for children in America

23rd December 2015

Vest can detect dangerous heart rhythms and shock the heart back into a normal rhythm.