Young FADOI and gender medicine: sex gender differences in cardiovascular disease

  • Tiziana Ciarambino | tiziana.ciarambino@gmail.com Department of Internal Medicine, F. Veneziale Hospital, Isernia, Italy.
  • Miriam Gino Department of Internal Medicine, Rivoli Hospital, Rivoli (TO), Italy.
  • Paola Gnerre Department of Internal Medicine, San Paolo Hospital, Savona, Italy.
  • Elena Barbagelata Department of Internal Medicine, Sestri Levante Hospital, Sestri Levante (GE), Italy.
  • Nunzia Barone Emergency Department, Lagonegro Hospital, Lagonegro (PZ), Italy.
  • Francesca Saladini Department of Cardiology, Camposampiero Hospital, Camposampiero (PD), Italy.
  • Federica Lorenzi Department of Internal Medicine, Sandro Pertini Hospital, Roma, Italy.
  • Marta Zanon Department of Internal Medicine, dall’Angelo Hospital, Venezia, Italy.
  • Maria Cristina Pasquini Department of Oncology, Maggiore Hospital, Crema (CR), Italy.
  • Cecilia Politi Department of Internal Medicine, F. Veneziale Hospital, Isernia, Italy.

Abstract

We have evaluated gender-related differences in cardiovascular disease. In particular, in coronary heart disease, atrial fibrillation, arterial hypertension, venous thromboembolism and diabetes mellitus.

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2018-03-20
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Keywords:
Cardiovascular disease, gender-related differences, diabetes mellitus.
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Ciarambino, T., Gino, M., Gnerre, P., Barbagelata, E., Barone, N., Saladini, F., Lorenzi, F., Zanon, M., Pasquini, M. C., & Politi, C. (2018). Young FADOI and gender medicine: sex gender differences in cardiovascular disease. Italian Journal of Medicine, 12(1), 23-31. https://doi.org/10.4081/itjm.2018.864

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