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May, 2018

Should I get an Echocardiogram?

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Heart problems need to be treated promptly to lower your risk of serious complications, but they’re not always easy to detect. Having an echocardiogram done helps doctors find heart problems, so that they can be properly managed. Find out more about why you might consider having one of these tests done. How Does an Echocardiogram Work? An echocardiogram creates images of your heart through the use of high-frequency ultrasound waves. These sound…

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Feb, 2018

Food for Your Heart

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Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the U.S. It includes a wide range of conditions that can negatively affect your heart, including coronary artery disease and heart defects. If blood vessels…

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Woman runner checking for heart rate

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May, 2017

Why Get an Echocardiogram?

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While heart problems and cardiovascular disease are often only associated with old-age heart attacks or congenital conditions, they can occur at any age. What Does an Echocardiogram Do? An echocardiogram is a type of ultrasound that provides information on both the current physical state of your heart and potential condition of structures connected to it, such as blood vessels. Ultrasound sound waves are bounced off a structure and the echoes…

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Echocardiogram chart of a patient in New York

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Dec, 2016

What is an Echocardiogram and Why Do I Need One?

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An echocardiogram can provide an image of the movement and size of the various parts of the heart. It produces images of the wall separating the right and left side of the heart, called the septum, the pulmonary and aortic heart valves, and the walls of the heart. The image can also show how the blood flows through the valves and chambers of the heart. The image is produced using…

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An older patient in New York with heart disease

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Sep, 2016

Heart Disease in Older Patients

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Heart disease is the chief cause of death among both men and women above the age of 65 followed closely by cancer according to the U.S Department of Health and Human Services. The risk of developing heart disease increases…

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Picture of a heart

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Mar, 2016

The Dangers of Heart Disease

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Heart disease is a common concern for many individuals, especially because it’s the leading cause of death in the United States (U.S.). Approximately 610,000 people die each year in the U.S. from heart disease, which is the equivalent of 25 percent of deaths in America. Globally, it’s the number one killer as well. The American Heart Association (AHA) states that 17.3 million deaths worldwide are attributed to heart disease, and…

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