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National Programme for Prevention and Control of Diabetes, Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke

World Health Organization WHO, (2019)

A Manual for Medical Officer Developed under the Government of India – WHO Collaborative Programme 2008-2009 Accessed: 11.03.2019

Global Atlas On Cardiovascular Disease Prevention And Control

World Health Organization, World Heart Federation, World Stroke Organization, (2011)

Cardiovascular, Respiratory, and Related Disorders. Disease Control Priorities, Third Edition : Volume 5

rabhakaran, Dorairaj; Anand, Shuchi; Gaziano, Thomas A.; et al., Eds.: World Health Organisation (WHO), (2017)

This volume on CVDs, renal, and respiratory disorders has particularly high value. It carries the potential to become the most effective game-changer in global health by helping all countries to combat, contain, and control the biggest killer presently prowling the globe and by enabling us to reach the 2030 goals for NCDs and health overall. As one who has witnessed the epidemic of CVDs advance menacingly across the world in the past four decades, I fervently hope that the clear and convincing messages conveyed by the extensively researched and elegantly communicated analyses in this volume will be heard, heeded, and harmonized with policy and practice in all countries. Large file: 33 MB. Please download directly from the website link.

Prevention Of Cardiovascular Disease: Guidelines For Assessment And Management Or Cardiocascular Risk

World Health Organization, Eds.: WHO, (2007)

This publication provides guidance on reducing disability and premature deaths from coronary heart disease, cerebrovascular disease and peripheral vascular disease in people at high risk, who have not yet experienced a cardiovascular event.

Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease. Pocket Guidelines for Assessment and Management of Cardiovascular Risk

World Health Organization WHO, (2007)

These pocket guidelines provide evidence-based guidance on how to reduce the incidence of first and recurrent clinical events due to coronary heart disease (CHD), cerebrovascular disease (CeVD) and peripheral vascular disease in two categories of people

Global Cardiovascular Disease Atlas: North Africa & Middle East

Andrew Moran, Eds.: World Heart Federation, (2014)

Global Hear, March 2014, Vol. 9 no.1

Hypertension in developing countries

M Mohsen Ibrahim, Albertino Damasceno, Eds.: The Lancet, (2012)

Lancet 2012; 380: 611–19 Series: Hypertension 3

Global Cardiovascular Disease Atlas: Sub-Saharan Africa

Andrew Moran, Eds.: World Heart Federation, (2014)

Global Heart, March 2014, Vol. 9 No.1 Sub-Saharan Africa has the world’s youngest populations. The pattern of cardiovascular disease (CVD) is distinctly different from other regions, with a lower proportion of causes stemming from atherosclerosis, and a younger average age at CVD death. Sub-Saharan Africa has the world’s lowest ischaemic heart disease death rates, but stroke death rates are similar to those in Western, High Income countries

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