Review Article - Journal of Invasive and Non-Invasive Cardiology (2018) Volume 1, Issue 2
A study of identifiable risk factors associated with sudden cardiac death among adults in the United States.
Currently, many Americans continue to be diagnosed with critical health issues and various forms of chronic diseases, health and medical assessments within specific target communities and regions have been found to be necessary in order to effectively examine and analyze identifiable risk factors which may attribute to some of the more serious health concerns in the United States of America. As ever increasing rates of disease and other negative health outcomes continue to impact American citizens, it could become more necessary for American health systems and institutions to thoroughly examine some of the behavioral factors which may be associated with some of the more serious health concerns that may impact the quality of life for many Americans. It could be probable that some modifiable behavioral practices could be associated with some of the most serious health conditions which may attribute to high mortality rates of American citizens. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that cardiovascular disease (CVD) has attributed to high mortality rates in the United States. Research has also found that CVD is associated with high rates of sudden cardiac death (SCD), and SCD has attributed to the largest cause of natural death within America, which results in roughly 325,000 adult related deaths in the United States every year.Author(s): Damien Byas*, James Gillespie, Annette Hunter, Demetrius Seay