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Score: 1329326.3 - https://www.who.int/westernpac...up-cardiovascular-disease-care
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Select language Select language English World Health Organization Western Pacific Home Health topics All health topics » A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Popular topics >> COVID-19 Ageing Vaccines Universal Health Coverage Mental health Tobacco Antimicrobial resistance Climate change Featured topic >> Primary health care WHO/Yoshi Shimizu © Credits Our work Universal health coverage >> Healthy environments and populations >> Health security and emergencies >> Disease elimination and control >> Year of the Nurse and Midwife >> Resources >> Publications Library Data Regional data>> Regional COVID-19 dashboard Newsroom All news >> News releases Feature stories Commentaries Speeches Events Headlines >> Multimedia >> Photos Videos Infographics Featured story >> Emergencies Outbreaks and emergencies >> Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Polio in Malaysia Polio outbreak in the Philippines Surveillance >> Influenza Avian influenza Dengue Emergency advice >> Pacific islands surveillance >> COVID-19 in the Region >> Getty images © Credits About us Overview >> How we work Where we work Programmes Country support Pacific Technical Support Governance >> Regional Director Regional Committee Working for Better Health in the Western Pacific >> Partnerships >> Collaborating Centers Donors Regional health initiatives Careers >> Contact us >> RCM 2022 >> Home / Health topics / Cardiovascular diseases (heart attack, stroke) WHO/Yoshi Shimizu © Credits Cardiovascular diseases (heart attack, stroke) Cardiovascular diseases (heart attack, stroke) in the Western Pacific Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are caused by disorders of the heart and blood vessels. (...) Technical links Fact sheets Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) Salt reduction Hypertension Data Mortality attributable to cardiovascular disease (CVD), cancer, diabetes or chronic respiratory disease (CRD)  Probability (%) of dying between age 30 and exact age 70 from any of cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, or chronic respiratory disease (Global strategy for women's, children's and adolescents' health) WHO resolutions Noncommunicable diseases (WPR/RC64.R6) - Our work Strengthening tobacco control Improving capacity for health promotion Creating health promoting settings Reducing modifiable risk factors for noncommunicable diseases Multimedia Infographic Tips for reducing your risk of heart disease and stroke Infographic Have a healthy heart 28 May 2018 NCD Episode 1: Is my heart healthy? (...) News All → 10 October 2019 News release Region’s health leaders pledge to tackle antimicrobial resistance and strengthen tobacco control 30 May 2019 News release Honours for tobacco control in WHO Western Pacific Region 16 July 2018 News release WHO calls on businesses to create smoke-free workplaces Featured publications 16 March 2018 HeartCare : a primer for policy-makers and health-care professionals HeartCare : a primer for policy-makers and health-care professionals Related links Global programme on cardiovascular disease Resources Technical package for cardiovascular disease management in primary health care Related Health Topics All → Non-communicable diseases Cancer Diseases and conditions Diabetes Diseases and conditions Noncommunicable diseases Quick links Newsroom Emergencies Data Campaigns Publications About us Overview Programmes Country support Governance Partnerships Help Contact us Press Careers Email scams Privacy Legal Notice © 2022 WHO
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Score: 1323338.8 - https://www.who.int/westernpac...topics/cardiovascular-diseases
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PAHO is working with member countries to support capacity building for an interdisciplinary prevention model in primary health care. (...) Other important activities include strengthening collaborative work with various actors and community groups involved in this area, promoting the formation of coalitions between key stakeholders, and developing initiatives based on best practices by supporting information exchange among countries. Contact: [email protected] More on cardiovascular diseases in the region Africa CVD and other chronic conditions are rapidly increasing in Africa, and poverty plays a major role in the impact of these diseases on communities. (...) The work of the WPRO Tobacco-Free Initiative generates support for the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control and supports national tobacco control activities.
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Score: 1312198.2 - https://www.who.int/cardiovascular_diseases/region/en/
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This effort recently received a boost through the new WHO-backed HEARTS technical package for cardiovascular disease management in primary health care, which helps countries deliver targeted services for people at risk of heart attacks, strokes, hypertension and other cardiovascular conditions. (...) Through the HEARTS project in Manila, WHO and partners like the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (US CDC), are supporting the training, planning and other essentials needed to beat the epidemic of cardiovascular diseases. (...) The HEARTS project is part of the Global HEARTS initiative, which also includes the MPOWER tobacco control package, and the SHAKE salt reduction plan. Supported by WHO, the WHO Regional Office for the Americas, US CDC, the World Heart Federation and others, Global Hearts strives to reduce the global burden of cardiovascular disease and save lives.
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Score: 1308625.5 - https://www.who.int/australia/...up-cardiovascular-disease-care
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This effort recently received a boost through the new WHO-backed HEARTS technical package for cardiovascular disease management in primary health care, which helps countries deliver targeted services for people at risk of heart attacks, strokes, hypertension and other cardiovascular conditions. (...) Through the HEARTS project in Manila, WHO and partners like the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (US CDC), are supporting the training, planning and other essentials needed to beat the epidemic of cardiovascular diseases. (...) The HEARTS project is part of the Global HEARTS initiative, which also includes the MPOWER tobacco control package, and the SHAKE salt reduction plan. Supported by WHO, the WHO Regional Office for the Americas, US CDC, the World Heart Federation and others, Global Hearts strives to reduce the global burden of cardiovascular disease and save lives.
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Score: 1308625.5 - https://www.who.int/japan/news...up-cardiovascular-disease-care
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This effort recently received a boost through the new WHO-backed HEARTS technical package for cardiovascular disease management in primary health care, which helps countries deliver targeted services for people at risk of heart attacks, strokes, hypertension and other cardiovascular conditions. (...) Through the HEARTS project in Manila, WHO and partners like the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (US CDC), are supporting the training, planning and other essentials needed to beat the epidemic of cardiovascular diseases. (...) The HEARTS project is part of the Global HEARTS initiative, which also includes the MPOWER tobacco control package, and the SHAKE salt reduction plan. Supported by WHO, the WHO Regional Office for the Americas, US CDC, the World Heart Federation and others, Global Hearts strives to reduce the global burden of cardiovascular disease and save lives.
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Score: 1308625.5 - https://www.who.int/republicof...up-cardiovascular-disease-care
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Select language Select language English Western Pacific Home Health topics All health topics » A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Popular health topics >> Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Reproductive health Air pollution Obesity Mental health Vaccines Resources >> Data Publications Library Multimedia For the Future >> Our work Our work >> Programmes Activities Initiatives Regional Priorities >> Health security and AMR NCDs and ageing Climate change Reaching the unreached Resources >> Data Publications Library Communication for Health >> Newsroom All news >> News releases Feature stories Photo stories Commentaries Speeches Events Photo library Multimedia Press contact Headlines >> People of the Western Pacific Emergencies Outbreaks and emergencies >> Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Surveillance >> Seasonal influenza Avian influenza Dengue Pacific islands surveillance Latest >> Situation reports Emergency advice Travel advice COVID-19 Dashboard >> About us Overview >> How we work Where we work Our programmes Country support Pacific technical support Governance >> Regional Director Regional Committee Partnerships >> Collaborating Centers Partners Donors Regional health initiatives Contact us >> Careers >> RCM 2022 >> Home / About us / How we work / Division of Pacific Technical Support / South Pacific news / Detail / Ministry of Health, World Health Organization statement on NCD rates in Fiji Ministry of Health, World Health Organization statement on NCD rates in Fiji 15 June 2018 Joint News Release Suva, Fiji Recent headlines on diabetes rates in Fiji highlight the importance of the whole community taking action in protecting their health from noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease, which primarily take the form of heart attacks and strokes. (...) In 2017, Fiji experienced almost twice as many cardiovascular-related deaths as those resulting from diabetes. (...) While diabetes-related diseases are not the leading cause of death in Fiji, NCDs like diabetes and cardiovascular disease are major concerns for Fiji. Cardiovascular disease is more likely to develop in people who smoke, have an unhealthy diet, are not physically active and/or misuse alcohol.
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Score: 1307470.9 - https://www.who.int/westernpac...statement-on-ncd-rates-in-fiji
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Select language Select language English TiếngViệt Western Pacific Viet Nam All health topics » A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z COVID-19 Dashboard >> Home / Health topics / Cardiovascular diseases Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) in Viet Nam Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are caused by disorders of the heart and blood vessels. (...) Technical links Fact sheets Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) Salt reduction Hypertension Fact sheets Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) Data Viet Nam National STEPS Survey 2015 Viet Nam CVD mortality and morbidity In Viet Nam, cardiovascular diseases were responsible for 31% of all deaths in 2016. (...) Publications All → Global atlas on cardiovascular disease prevention and control / edited by: Shanthi Mendis ...
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Score: 1299020.1 - https://www.who.int/vietnam/he...topics/cardiovascular-diseases
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Western Pacific Philippines Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / DOH, WHO, RTSL, and WHF commit to strengthen collaboration for cardiovascular diseases prevention DOH, WHO, RTSL, and WHF commit to strengthen collaboration for cardiovascular diseases prevention 30 September 2022 Joint News Release The Department of Health (DOH), together with the World Health Organization (WHO), Resolve to Save Lives (RTSL), and World Heart Federation (WHF), today staged the Heart Care Summit 2022: Preventing and Beating Cardiovascular Diseases to highlight actions needed to prevent deaths caused by cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) and noncommunicable diseases (NCDs). Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) – or diseases of the heart and blood vessels – are responsible for a third of death in the Philippines. (...) (From L-R) Professor Fausto Pinto, President of the World Heart Federation; Dr Bente Mikkelsen, Director of Noncommunicable Diseases at WHO Headquarters; Undersecretary Dr Maria Rosario Singh-Vergeire, OIC Secretary of the Department of Health; Dr Graham Harrison, Officer-in-Charge of WHO Philippines; and Dr Andrew Moran, Director of Global Hypertension Control at Resolve to Sa ve Lives. © WHO Philippines As a response, the DOH and its partners organized the Heart Care Summit to strengthen collaboration among the DOH, WHO, development partners, academe, medical associations, legislature, civil society, and patient support and advocacy groups for cardiovascular disease prevention, as well as to prevent the long-term upsurge in deaths from NCDs–especially amid the pandemic where people living with comorbidities must receive the appropriate care to prevent COVID-19 complications and other chronic conditions.
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Score: 1281628.1 - https://www.who.int/philippine...iovascular-diseases-prevention
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In 2017, Fiji experienced almost twice as many cardiovascular-related deaths as those resulting from diabetes. (...) While diabetes-related diseases are not the leading cause of death in Fiji, NCDs like diabetes and cardiovascular disease are major concerns for Fiji. Cardiovascular disease is more likely to develop in people who smoke, have an unhealthy diet, are not physically active and/or misuse alcohol. A person becomes more at-risk of cardiovascular disease when they have raised blood pressure, elevated blood sugar and/or are overweight or obese.
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Score: 1263461.9 - https://www.who.int/americansa...statement-on-ncd-rates-in-fiji
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