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Many Horse Lovers Saddle Up Unsafely

FRIDAY, July 30 (HealthDay News) -- A recent survey highlights the need for a horse rider safety, according to a University of Kentucky expert.

The poll found that 60 percent of 100 horseback rider respondents in Kentucky didn't wear any safety gear the last time they went riding. Of the 100 respondents, 31 said they had been injured in the past three years from handling or riding a horse. Of the 31 injured riders, 70 percent believed their accident could have been prevented.

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Rush Victims of Deadliest Heart Attacks to Specialty Centers: Study

TUESDAY, July 27 (HealthDay News) -- New research may shed some light on the ongoing public health debate regarding how to minimize the death rate from the most serious kinds of heart attacks, while also limiting health care costs.

One option under consideration is increasing the number of hospitals that are equipped to perform life-saving coronary angioplasty procedures, known as percutaneous coronary interventions (or PCI) -- a technique that offers these heart attack patients a better chance of survival and fewer complications than the standard treatment of clot-busting drugs.

But the new research suggests that rather than preparing more hospitals to offer the intervention, heart attack patients would have a better chance of survival if they were rushed by emergency medical services (EMS) to the closest available facility already equipped to offer PCI treatment.

The findings -- which suggest the latter is also the best way to keep health costs down -- were published online July 27 in Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes.

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