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Lieu : Amphi Louis, ISPED
Campus Carreire - université de Bordeaux
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Organisation : Carole Dufouil
Coordination : Marie-Hélène Carere
• Séminaire du vendredi 13 septembre 2019 de 12h à 13h - Amphi Louis - ISPED
"Dietary patterns and heart failure incidence and prognosis"
Intervenante : Emily LEVITAN
ScD, FAHA, Associate Professor - Department of Epidemiology
University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) School of Public Health, USA
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Heart failure is an end-stage cardiovascular syndrome characterized by high mortality and morbidity, which occurs when the heart is unable to supply sufficient blood to the body. The natural history of heart failure progresses from risk factors for heart failure to subclinical structural heart disease to symptomatic heart failure and finally advanced heart failure and mortality. Individuals with heart failure experience frequent hospitalizations, dyspnea, fatigue, edema, exercise intolerance, and other symptoms that can severely reduce quality of life. Healthy diet may prevent development of risk factors for heart failure and serve as an important lifestyle therapy to slow or prevent progression along the heart failure continuum. In this presentation, I will discuss research on the influence of dietary patterns on heart failure incidence and prognosis, with a focus on the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) and Mediterranean diet patterns.
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mercredi 25 septembre 2019 de 12h à 13h - Amphi Louis - ISPED
children in resource-limited settings: recent perspective and challenges"
Intervenant : Pr Steve GRAHAM
Centre for International Child Health,
University of Melbourne
International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (The Union)
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Abstract : Pneumonia is the major cause of morbidity and mortality in children globally with most deaths occurring in resource-limited settings. Pneumonia can be caused by a wide range of infections, and there has been important changes in the spectrum of major causes. Vaccines have had a major impact on prevention of morbidity and death due to severe pneumonia, but there are ongoing challenges for implementation as well as for optimal case-management, such as use of antibiotics and oxygen. Tuberculosis is increasingly recognised as an important cause or co-morbidity, which is treatable and preventable, but diagnosis in young children remains challenging. This presentation will highlight recent perspectives and data as well as current challenges.