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New Irish Rugby Coach Joe Schmidt pictured at Heartaid
By Advanced Medical Services AMS15 May 2013
Atrial Fibrillation – A silent but deadly condition
By Advanced Medical Services AMS2 Apr 2013

Fit mother of two discovered huge risk of stroke after routine heart screening   Sylvia Thompson                  I was a fit and healthy child and teenager, playing volleyball, basketball and tennis in school and riding horses until I was pregnant with my second child, Dawn, who was born five years ago. In fact, we…

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Eircom Startup – Heartaid – The Rubicon Centre, Cork
By Advanced Medical Services AMS28 Sep 2012

A video showing eircom startup with heartaid

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Heartaid takes the field to highlight cardiac problems
By Advanced Medical Services AMS18 Apr 2012

By a quirk of fate Ed Donovan was in London last Saturday when Fabrice Muamba collapsed in White Hart Lane

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RTE Sport talking to Heartaid following Fabrice Muamba’s collapse on the field
By Advanced Medical Services AMS28 Mar 2012

Interview with Ed Donovan of Heartaid on RTE Sport

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Tyrone squads latest for Cardiac Screening by HeartAid
By Advanced Medical Services AMS28 Feb 2012

Over 60 Tyrone footballers and hurlers were the latest to undergo the GPA

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Irish Examiner Podcast with Ed Donovan of Heartaid
By Advanced Medical Services AMS27 Feb 2012

Ed Donovan of Heartaid talking to Irish Examiner deputy sports editor Colm O`Connor about the work of Heartaid

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GPA kick on with Cardiac Screening
By Advanced Medical Services AMS10 Nov 2011

By Michael Moynihan Friday, October 28, 2011 MORE than half of the senior inter-county hurlers and footballers in the country have been screened forheart problems by a new company working with the Gaelic Players’ Association, it has emerged. Ed Donovan of mobile cardiac screening company Heartaid says the remaining hurlers and footballers will be screened…

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GAA still not scoring well with Cardiac Screening
By Advanced Medical Services AMS19 Oct 2011

GAA still not scoring well with cardiac screeningMonday October 03 2011 The awareness and uptake of cardiac screening to detect potential heart problems among GAA players is still too low, according to a new study. The GAA introduced cardiac screening in 2006 following the high-profile death of Tyrone All Star Cormac McAnallen, who died of…

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Heartaid checks out players with cardiac screening
By Advanced Medical Services AMS27 Jul 2011

The best way to reduce the risk of sudden adult death syndrome is for everyone involved in competitive sports to undergo cardiac screening, say Ed Donovan

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