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United Kingdom is a judicial entity state in Europe which lies in the North West coast of Europe which was surrounded by the Atlantic ocean with North Sea to the east. United Kingdom is considered as 11th largest country in Europe. United Kingdom includes the island of Great Britain which occupies the major portion of British Isles and comes within the North West Coast of France which was divided by the English Channel.
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death worldwide. The 2013 Global Burden of Disease Study estimated that almost 30% of all deaths worldwide were caused by CVD. However, recent evidence from Europe suggests that in some countries cancer has overtaken CVD as the leading cause of death. Over the last decade, survival from myocardial infarction (MI) has improved in United Kingdom. The last decade has also seen changes in the number of prescriptions prescribed to treat various CVD conditions and the types of surgeries to treat MIs. In 2012, for the first time since the middle of the 20th century, CVD went from being the main cause of death to the second cause of death in the United Kingdom. Twenty-eight per cent of deaths were caused by CVD in 2012, and 29% were caused by cancer. When analysed by sex, however, CVD was still a larger cause of death than cancer for women, but this was no longer the case for men.
There are many Heart institutes in United Kingdom such as Gill Heart Institute and National Heart and Lung Institute which were supported by the United Kingdom country are considered as leading cardiology research institutes and offering good research in the field of cardiology. There have been numerous lists of cardiology journals in United Kingdom such as Cardiovascular journal, Clinical Cardiology, Cardiology journal today, American Journal of Cardiology and many other United Kingdom cardiology journals which are running with good number of articles and good reputation.