When analyzed at five-yearly intervals, the total heart rate of heart disease associated with a heart attack in the United States is due to young patients aged 35-54, continuously rising from 27% in 1995-99. to 32% in 2010, 14 with the highest increase seen in young women, according to the study recently published in Circulation.
During these periods there was an increase in these admissions from 21% to 31% Young Women, compared with 30% to 33% among young men, the study found.
"The message of import is that an increasing percentage of heart attacks occur among younger patients, although our population is aging and the highest increase seems to be among young women," said Melissa Kagi, senior author of the study and a researcher at the Department of Cardiology at the University of North Carolina Medical School at Chapel Hill
Worldwide, 85% of all cardiovascular deaths are due to heart attacks and strokes, according to the World Health Organization
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The new study included data on 28,732 hospitalizations for heart attack in patients from 35 to 74 years between 1
995 and 2014
Data were obtained from atherosclerotic risk in the community study or ARIC, hospitalizations are in four communities: Forsyth County, North Carolina, Washington County, Maryland, Jackson, Mississippi, and eight Northwestern suburbs of Minneapolis. In this group, the annual incidence of heart attacks fell from 1995 to 2014 among young men