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Borja Ibáñez, Carlos Galán, Rodrigo Fernández, Eduardo Oliver, Gonzalo Pizarro, Manuel Lobo, Jean Paul Vilchez Tschischke, Antonio de Molina-Iracheta, Rocío Villena y Javier Sánchez-González
Research
19 Feb 2019

The results have implications for patient prognosis, since detection of this marker can prompt intervention to prevent irreversible damage


Research
16 Jan 2019

Poor quality sleep increases the risk of atherosclerosis according to the PESA CNIC- Santander Study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC)

Jesús Vázquez, María Villalba, Sara Cogliati, Marina López, Paula Ortiz, José Antonio Enriquez, Laura Padrón, Elena Bonzón y Enrique Lara.
Research
6 Feb 2018

The calcineurin variant CnAβ1 redirects glucose metabolism to increase production of antioxidant compounds, reducing cardiac hypertrophy and improving heart function

 

A cholesterol plaque in a carotid artery, visualized by vascular magnetic resonance imaging.
Research
12 Dec 2017

CNIC researchers have demonstrated that, after age and male sex, LDL-C is the main predictor of the presence of arterial atherosclerotic plaques

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Research
14 Nov 2017

The Fuster-BEWAT score evaluates five health indicators: blood pressure, physical activity, body-mass index (BMI), fruit and vegetable intake, and smoking status

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About the CNIC
6 Nov 2017

This award rewards individuals and legal entities and both Spanish and foreign entities that have distinguished themselves by the merits acquired in the fields of education, science, culture, teaching and research or that have rendered outstanding services in any of these fields in Spain or internationally

The best way to start the day. A ‘high-energy’ breakfast could consist of a cup of coffee, milk or yogurt, fruit, and wholemeal bread with tomato and olive oil
Research
3 Oct 2017

The PESA study shows that people who regularly eat a ‘low energy’ breakfast (supplying less than 5% of recommended daily calorie intake) double their risk of developing atherosclerosis independently of classical cardiovascular risk factors

3D ultrasound of the right carotid artery. An atherosclerotic plaque is visible as a small protrusion (arrow) in the vessel wall of the internal branch of the proximal carotid artery (bottom), close to the bifurcation. In contrast, the surface of the disease-free external branch (top) is smooth (asterisk).
Research
24 Jul 2017

CNIC researchers show the value of total atherosclerosis burden for the identification of individuals at risk of cardiovascular disease

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Research
23 Aug 2016

Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC) Publishes Data Assessing the Impact of Medication Adherence on Long-term Cardiovascular Outcomes and Cost


Ignacio Flores, Juan M. Fernández-Alvira, Valentín Fuster, Vicente Andrés y Beatriz Dorado
Research
24 May 2016

Half of patients with CVD show no above-normal risk of developing the disease on the basis of classical risk factors, such as high cholesterol, smoking, lack of exercise, and high blood pressure