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Heart Surgery Booklet
Irish Heart Foundation, 2006 (392k)
The most common types of heart operation are heart bypass operations and operations to repair or replace the valves in the heart.... click to download

Sexual Health & his Heart
Irish Heart Foundation, 2006 (292k)
You are entitled to enjoy a healthy and fulfilling life, even into your senior years and this includes sexual intimacy and activity. However, it is estimated that in the general population approximately one in ten men - roughly 200,000 Irish men - may suffer from a problem called erectile dysfunction.1 click to download

Cardiac First Responder guide
Health Service Executive, 2008 (872K)
The sudden unexpected death of a loved one, work colleague, friend, neighbour or member of your local community is a very distressing and emotional situation to come to terms with. click to download

The Report of the Task Force Sudden Cardiac Death
Department of Health and Children, 2006 (1.7MB)
It is estimated that over 5,000 people die of sudden cardiac death in Ireland each year. Sudden cardiac death (SCD) is defined as death due to natural causes within an hour of the onset of symptoms, in the absence of any other cause, and assumed to have a cardiac cause. The majority of SCDs occur from late middle age onwards as a result of coronary heart disease. A minority of deaths occur in people under 40 years. click to download

Sudden Cardiac Death Progress Report
Health Service Executive, 2006 (348k)
Sudden Cardiac Death (SCD) is defined as death due to natural causes within an hour of the onset of symptoms, in the absence of any other cause, and assumed to have a cardiac cause. There are approximately 5,000 SCDs in Ireland annually. click to download

 
     
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