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As the directing and coordinating authority on international health in the Region of the Americas, PAHO takes the lead within the Inter-American System in the Region’s health sector response to cardiovascular diseases. The Cardiovascular Diseases Program provides evidence-based, technical support to the countries of the Americas to help them  prevent, manage, and monitor to ensure a comprehensive and sustainable response to cardiovascular diseases.

 See below for more information about PAHO activities in the area of cardiovascular diseases.

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REGIONAL ACTIVITIES

Provides more information on the Pan American Cardiovascular Initiative, a PAHO-NHBLI collaboration, and its activities in our Region. To read more about the project, please click here.

POPULATION-WIDE PREVENTION AND CONTROL APPROACHES

Provides information of current and past successful PAHO initiatives for the prevention and control of cardiovascular diseases:

Cardiovascular Disease Prevention through Dietary Salt Reduction

 Trans Fat Free Americas Declaration

 Tobacco Prevention and Control

INDIVIDUAL LEVEL PREVENTION AND CONTROL APPROACHES

Provides information to prevent and control cardiovascular diseases and its risk factors at the individual level.

A high risk approach to the prevention and control of cardiovascular diseases

 Management of cardiovascular diseases

Useful Links

Cardiosource
Cardiosource en español
CardioSmart
National Alliance for Hispanic Health

 

 

 

 

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