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Coronary Atherectomy Devices Market – Current Scenario and Future Growth Analysis by 2025

Coronary Atherectomy Devices Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2017 - 2025

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Albany, NY -- ( SBWIRE ) -- 02/19/2018 -- Atherosclerotic plaques form into coronary arteries and vein grafts causing coronary heart diseases. A coronary atherectomy device is used to remove this atherosclerotic plaques. The deposition of atherosclerotic plaque in the arteries is known as atherosclerosis syndrome. Atherosclerosis affecting the wall of the arteries by deposition of white blood cells and proliferation of intimal smooth muscle cells, resulting in less blood flow in the heart. Atherosclerosis can lead to serious problems such as strokes and heart attack.

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Inflammation, necrosis, fibrosis, and calcification are some of the effects of the atherosclerotic plaque formation. Once the plaques shape, either a piece of plaque may break and be carried by the bloodstream until it gets fixed or else blood clots and deposited on the plaque's surface. If these happen, blood flow cut off and artery blocked. Atherectomy devices are designed differently to either cut, shave, or vaporize the plaques. Changing lifestyle and adopting new health care facilities can help avoid the problems of atherosclerosis and live a long, healthy life.

Atherosclerosis - Bookshelf

Trends in Atherosclerosis Research
330 pages
Trends in Atherosclerosis Research

The type of artery and where the plaque develops varies with each person. Atherosclerosis research has witnessed startling progress in recent years, partially due to new drugs as well as to new breakthroughs in molecular medicine.

Atherosclerosis, Treatment and Prevention
492 pages
Atherosclerosis, Treatment and Prevention

This book highlights advances in atherosclerosis and links these to relevant therapeutic strategies. It compiles and details cutting-edge research in cardiovascular medicine from internationally renowned authors.

Biochemistry of Atherosclerosis
572 pages
Biochemistry of Atherosclerosis

This book covers many aspects of atherogenesis, with particular emphasis on lipid and lipoprotein metabolism. It includes all aspects of the regulation of cholesterol homeostasis and the importance of each pathway.

Emotions, Hormones And Atherosclerosis
278 pages
Emotions, Hormones And Atherosclerosis

This book studies the effects on the cardiovascular system (in IHD patients) caused by emotions of diverse biological qualities (both positive and negative).

Atherosclerosis Disease Management
944 pages
Atherosclerosis Disease Management

It is a risk factor for cardiovascular diseases. The focus of this book is on the management of the atherosclerotic disease.

Atherosclerosis - News

UCLA study challenges long-held hypothesis that iron promotes atherosclerosis
A UCLA research team has found no evidence of an association between iron levels in the body and the risk of atherosclerosis, the hardening and narrowing of the arteries that leads to cardiovascular disease, the No. 1 killer in the U.S.. The discovery

Excessive alcohol consumption increases the progression of atherosclerosis ...
A Finnish population-based study showed that binge drinking was associated with increased atherosclerotic progression in an 11-year follow-up of middle-aged men. The progression of atherosclerosis was increased among men who consumed 6 drinks or 

Going Against the Flow: Halting Atherosclerosis by Targeting microRNA
"We've known that aerobic exercise provides protection against atherosclerosis, partly by improving patterns of blood flow. Now we're achieving some insight into how," says senior author Hanjoong Jo, PhD. "Healthy flow tunes down the production of bad 

Preventing Atherosclerosis by Targeting microRNA
Scientists from Emory University and Georgia Tech say they have developed a potential treatment for atherosclerosis that targets a master controller of the process. Surprisingly to the researchers, the master controller comes from a source they had

Broader Use of CAC Test May Have Benefits
Screening for coronary artery calcium (CAC) as a sign of subclinical atherosclerosis might help refine risk even outside of the intermediate-risk category, researchers found. In asymptomatic individuals with no risk factors and in those with at least