The cause of this gender differences has puzzled researchers for years, says co-author Kim A. Clinical director of the UM CVC and the Hewlett Professor of Internal Medicine at the UM Medical School. – Physician bias and lack of awareness have been leading suspects, but no one has examined differences in attitudes, he says. Although our study can not prove that women toughness to seek their passion and accept influenced aggressive care for their heart problems, we hope, it calls for a further examination of this issue.
Valued in all the 142 women and 348 men, the severity of their heart disease about the same. But in fact, the women had worse disease, took many more medicines, and learn more severe symptoms and limitations on their daily lives according to their medical records and answers to standardized questionnaires.Modern Healthcare: ‘The changes came same day, Reid D-Nev. D-Nev.) threatened the Senate Senate in the sitting residual weekends during the year, to reach a vote on the draft law late December ‘(Dobias.