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Corrie is the name of an app that integrates all aspects of post-heart attack care so people can avoid having a second one. Corrie was developed at Johns Hopkins by a team, including cardiologist Seth Martin, who says the app …

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Health apps purport to serve lots of functions, with a new one called Corrie simplifying things for those who’ve had a heart attack and would like to make changes to avoid another. Seth Martin, a cardiologist at Johns Hopkins and …

If you’re choosing a health app because you’ve had a heart attack, Corrie might be for you, Elizabeth Tracey reports Read more »

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Corrie is the name of an app designed to help integrate the many things people need to do to minimize their risk of a second heart attack. Seth Martin, a cardiologist at Johns Hopkins and one of the app’s designers, …

The experience of people who’ve had one heart attack and want to avoid another informs a new app, Elizabeth Tracey reports Read more »

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Patients are at the center of a new app to help people improve their cardiovascular health called Corrie. Corrie was developed at Johns Hopkins by Seth Martin, a cardiologist, and colleagues to help those who’ve had a heart attack implement …

Can an app called Corrie help you improve your cardiovascular health? Elizabeth Tracey reports Read more »

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If you’ve had a heart attack a new app that’s been developed at Johns Hopkins could help you avoid a second one by engaging you in your own care. Seth Martin, a cardiologist at Hopkins and one developer of this …

Getting expert help in avoiding a second heart attack may be as close as your mobile phone, Elizabeth Tracey reports Read more »

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Implantable recorders, which are placed under the skin and monitor someone’s heart for a prolonged period of time, may help identify a heart condition known as atrial fibrillation in those who’ve had a stroke, two recent studies find. Michele Johansen, …

Should you have a monitor placed under your skin to monitor your heart if you’ve had a stroke? Elizabeth Tracey reports Read more »

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For people who’ve had a stroke, finding out why will dictate their management going forward, with a pair of new studies showing that an implantable monitor to look for atrial fibrillation, where part of the heart doesn’t beat in synchrony, …

Finding out why a stroke took place is key to preventing a second one, Elizabeth Tracey reports Read more »