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Researchers in Ontario are attempting to figure out how to deliver life-saving medical supplies in record times by answering a simple question with profound implications: Can an ambulance or a drone reach the scene of a medical emergency faster? To test this, medical personnel simulated a cardiac arrest emergency in a rural area north of...
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With Valentine’s Day around the corner, you may be thinking of filling your heart with people you love, but February is also a month to think about your heart health. It’s Heart Month across the country, and with about 2.4 million Canadian adults affected by heart disease, Canadians are encouraged to learn about their individual...
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Our network investigator Dr. V. Thiruganasambandamoorthy speaks with CTV Morning Live about catching life-threatening conditions after fainting. Watch video: https://ottawa.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=1591577
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Syncope, commonly known as fainting, occurs when an individual experiences a temporary loss of consciousness caused by a decrease in blood flow to the brain. Professor Robert Sheldon, working at the University of Calgary, has dedicated much of his career to the investigation of syncope and its causes. Over the past three decades, extensive collaborative...
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Dr. Martin Gardner appeared on CTV Atlantic’s Morning Live to discuss the 2017 CANet Public Forum in Halifax, Nova Scotia.  
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Solving cardiac arrhythmia research queries, like many other types of medical research probes, can take years. The Cardiac Arrhythmia Network of Canada (CANet) has partnered with IBM on a mission to change that with a new cloud-based research platform designed to speed query time from a matter of years to just minutes. Called Heart-SIGN (System...
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CANet’s Scientific Director, Dr. Anthony Tang, appeared on CTV Atlantic’s Our Housecall. “In the future, we’re going to devise technology to help individuals monitor their own arrhythmic health. And this will come from our network.”  
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