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Security breaches today are one of the most significant biggest threats to any enterprise. Solitary in the USA, businesses as without difficulty as meting out offices encountered nearly 1100 IT security breaches in 2016 and by yourself a recorded number. Data breaches occurred 40 percent more frequently than in 2016, according to the latest reports released recently.

Clickbait topic lines is a well-liked BEC technique. By using urgent language fraudsters make employees pay attention to the ...

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Autonomic Mediated (Neurocardiogenic) Syncope

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Autonomic Mediated (Neurocardiogenic) Syncope
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Take it to Heart

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Take it to Heart
The passing out started about 15 years ago. Once, he hit the ground while removing a screen from his truck. Another time, he fell off a ladder, breaking four ribs. Then there was the incident where he fell down the stairs, requiring 14 stitches.

“A lot of people thought I was clumsy,” says Lloyd F. Ward of Sugar Loaf, a retired state trooper.

His doctors were baffled. Although epilepsy was an early suspect, Ward says the doctors were not completely comfortable with ...

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Medtronic-Sponsored Study Finds Pacemakers Reduce Fainting in Patients

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Medtronic-Sponsored Study Finds Pacemakers Reduce Fainting in Patients

ACC.12 Late-breaker Shows Promise of Pacemakers through Diminishing Fainting Recurrences in Patients Diagnosed with Syncope

MINNEAPOLIS & CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Medtronic, Inc. (NYSE: MDT) today announced the results of a double-blind, randomized study, ISSUE-3, which found that patients who suffered from fainting due to neurocardiogenic syncope had fewer fainting occurrences when treated with a Medtronic pacemaker. The results, which found a statistically and clinically significant 57 percent relative reduction of fainting ...

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Sudden Cardiac Arrest: Identifying Children at Risk

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Sudden Cardiac Arrest: Identifying Children at Risk

In March 2012 a paper entitled Pediatric Sudden Cardiac Arrest was published in Pediatrics, the offical journel of the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Here is a transcript of the introduction by the author:

I am Dr. Victoria Vetter, a pediatric cardiologist at the Children’s Hospital in Philadelphia. I’m speaking to you today about a policy statement just published by the American Academy of Pediatrics on pediatric sudden cardiac arrest. This paper identifies the conditions that ...

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Autonomic Mediated (Neurocardiogenic) Syncope

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Autonomic Mediated (Neurocardiogenic) Syncope
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