A recent branch of cardiovascular medicine called molecular cardiology seeks to use molecular biology methods for the mechanistic analysis, detection, diagnosis, and therapy of cardiovascular illness. Its main objective is to identify novel pathways that affect cardiac hypertrophy, ageing, and metabolic disorders, paying close attention to how each discovery might be translated into fresh bedside methods and tactics.
Cellular cardiology: Heart failure is among the leading causes of death in the modern world. The study of the heart or circulatory system at the cellular level is known as cellular cardiology. In this molecular cardiology, the researchers found that the cells in various heart regions differed significantly from one another and that each part of the organ included a distinct group of cells, revealing various developmental origins and possibly varying responses to therapies. The molecular and cellular biology methods that are most frequently employed include:
Title : Myocardial revascularization and analysis of endpoints in patients with diabetes mellitus in combination with acute and chronic forms of CHD
Mekhman N Mamedov, National Research Center for Preventive Medicine, Russian Federation
Title : Clinical application in the prediction of 2 and 5-year clinical outcome of Polish patients with HCM
Agata Suleja, Medical University of Silesia, Poland
Title : Utilizing conditional probability and bayes’ theorem for harmonizing multi-modality cardiac imaging results
Timothy F Christian, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, United States
Title : Long-term results of concomitant stentless aortic root replacement and reconstruction of the ascending aorta.
John R Doty, Intermountain Medical Center, United States
Title : 24 hour ambulatory blood pressure profile of hypertensive and pre-hypertesive healthcare workers in a Philippine tertiary hospital
Anna Francesca S Abarquez, Philippine General Hospital, Philippines
Title : Virtual surgery design of double-patch for pulmonary arterioplasty in complete repair of tetralogy of fallot using computational hemodynamics
Yu Pingping, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China