What is the organisational structure of British heart foundation?
The heart has four chambers inside it. The upper two chambers of heart are called atria (singular atrium), and the lower two chambers of heart are called ventricles. Two atria receive blood from the two main veins. And the two transport blood to the entire body and the lungs. The left atrium is connected to the left ventricle through a valve V1 Similarly, the right atrium is connected to the right ventricle through valve V2.
Pericardial heart valves: The pericardial heart valve was invented by Marian Ionescu, a British surgeon working at the General Infirmary in Leeds, England. He created this artificial bioprosthetic heart valve as a three cusp structure made of chemically treated bovine pericardium attached on to a Dacron cloth covered Titanium frame.
The Heart Foundation Tick indicates that that particular food product meets the strict nutritional criteria of the foundation. This is that it contains lower amounts of certain nutrients (like saturated fats and sodium) and/or higher amounts of others (like fibre) compared to other food products of the same category
The Story of the BHF Almost 50 Years of Pioneering, Life-Saving Progress The British Heart Foundation was founded in 1961 by a group of medical professionals who were concerned about the increasing death rate from cardiovascular disease. Their aim was to raise money to help fund extra research into the causes, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of heart and circulatory disease. Since then there have been vital major advances in the treatment and prevention of heart…