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Life Lessons welcomes Dr. Annabelle Volgman to discuss strokes and AFIB from www.FibsorFacts.com.
Over 5.8 million people in the US live with a heart condition called nonvalvular atrial fibrillation (Afib). Listen to this show to learn how Afib is associated with increased risk of stroke.
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1 year ago today, I died. I was at my home when my heart went into ventricular fibrillation. This is a severely abnormal heart rhythm, when the organ begins uncontrolled twitching and is unable to get blood to anywhere else in the body. This results in what is medically known as 'Sudden Cardiac Death' - I was clinically dead for 1.5 to 2 minutes. I required two sets of electrical defibrillation to shock my heart out of arrhythmia and get it beating again regularly. Less than
Dr. Eno is a board certified Internal Medicine Physician and Professional Life Coach with a passion for enhancing the health and wellbeing of today's 21st century woman. She's back with a brand new format to her blog talk radio program. Join her for her Saturday noontime wellbeing roundup in which she summarizes top health and wellness issues of the week in addition to recommendations and tips on how to enhance your health and wellbeing. Designed to be not only informative
Talk show host Gail Dixon interviews Dr. Hugh Calkins, Electrophysiologist and Heart Rhythm Society Vice-Pres. concerning the heart condition Atrial Fibrillation. Dr. Calkins is the Nicholas J. Fortuin M.D. Professor of Cardiology and Professor of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He also is the Director of the Clinical Electrophysiology Laboratory, the Arrhythmia Service, and the Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Dysplasia Program at the Johns Hopkins Ho
Weighing All Sides -- Episode 16 -- 11/17/11 It can be frightening to exercise and difficult to stay physically fit after being diagnosed with a heart condition, but that is exactly what today's guest Mr. Randy Lundi has been able to accomplish. Mr. Lundi is a business man, wound care nurse and now the program director of St. Rose Dominican Hospital's San Martin campus' Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medical Center.Tune in today to listen to his inspiring story.
During this final installment of our 3 part series about women and heart disease we will be focusing on heart problems older women are more likely to experience. Some of the things we will discuss are heart failure, diastolic dysfunction, atrial fibrillation, aortic valve disease and sudden cardiac death.
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