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How to Stay in Sinus Rhythm After Cardioversion?

Jun 30, 202475 Views

Cardioversion restores your heart’s normal rhythm using medication or an electric device. Cardiologists often use it for atrial fibrillation and atrial flutter, but it can also treat other fast or irregular heart rhythms, known as arrhythmias.

The Role of Carotid Artery Ultrasound in Stroke Prevention

Jun 15, 202424 Views

Strokes are scary and can be life-challenging. A carotid artery ultrasound is a simple test that checks your vascular system for blockages. These blockages can lead to strokes, but this test can help them find them early so you can take steps to prevent one.

How To Prepare For Angioplasty Surgery?

May 30, 202484 Views

Angioplasty, also known as percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty (PTCA) or percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI), is a minimally invasive surgical treatment in which doctors unblock the blocked blood vessels leading to the heart.

How Long Are You Radioactive After A Nuclear Stress Test?

May 15, 202499 Views

If you have been having symptoms like chest pain or shortness of breath, your cardiologist might ask you to get a nuclear stress test to check for coronary artery disease. But what is this test, and how long are you radioactive after a nuclear stress test? Read this blog to find out.

Can Your Smartwatch Detect An Irregular Heartbeat?

Apr 30, 2024207 Views

You might have heard stories of people discovering irregular heartbeats through their smartwatches. These devices, equipped with ECG capability, seem to be stepping up their game in health monitoring. But can they really alert you to potential heart issues?

What You Need To Know About Silent Strokes?

Mar 30, 202492 Views

Discovering you've had a stroke without even realizing it can be quite alarming. Silent strokes can sneak up on you with symptoms that are easy to miss, especially if you're not familiar with what to watch for.

8 Essential Heart Health Tips For Women

Mar 15, 2024116 Views

Heart disease is a significant concern for women, affecting more than one in three women and ranking as the leading cause of female deaths. Despite its prevalence, there are crucial aspects of heart health that every woman should understand.

Does Dehydration Cause Heart Palpitations?

Feb 29, 2024195 Views

Your heart is, by default, the most important organ of your body. As long as it beats, you’re alive. However, if you skip a beat or it beats a little too fast, all alarm bells go off in your head, signaling a warning.

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