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Symptoms and risk factors for heart diseases among women look different from men. That’s why the gender you were assigned at birth plays a role in detecting heart disease. Our experts care for women who are living with heart disease or are at risk for developing it by placing their goals and health history at the heart of each wellness plan. ...
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Heart failure occurs when the heart is unable to pump sufficient blood to meet the body's needs. Advanced heart failure can be treated through various methods, including medications, electrical or valvular device implantations, a left ventricular assist device (LVAD) to aid circulation, or by transplanting a healthy heart to replace the existing one.  ...
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Congenital heart disease (CHD) happens when the heart develops abnormally before you're born. It can mean the heart’s chambers, valves, blood vessels or electrical pathways have an irregular structure. Thanks to advances in heart care, most people born with CHD live long, healthy lives. ...
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Valvular and structural heart diseases develop when at least 1 of the 4 heart valves don’t circulate blood as well as they should, leading to conditions like stenosis, prolapse and regurgitation. Whenever possible, we use the latest minimally invasive treatments to get your health back on track. ...
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When a child has a heart condition, we put our whole heart into providing them everything they need. We provide complete diagnostic and therapeutic services for those with congenital (genetic) heart conditions and all kinds of heart disease. ...
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From rehabilitation to open heart surgery, you can count on us to treat your heart with compassion and the latest treatments available. Because nearly half of all people in the United States have some form of heart disease, we're here to help people take preventative steps to lower their risk, or even offer a second-chance at heart health with transplants. ...
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We care for your heart and blood vessels, treating a variety of cardiology conditions such as irregular heartbeat, heart failure, and congenital heart diseases. ...
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Cancer treatments can take a toll on the heart, whether you have a pre-existing heart condition or were already at risk for developing one. No matter where you are on your cancer journey, our team of cardio-oncology experts can help you balance cancer treatments while protecting your heart from cardiac toxicity and heart disease. ...
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Interventional cardiology is a medical specialty that uses catheters to treat heart and blood vessel conditions, like coronary artery disease, valvular heart disease and cardiac defects. This approach allows people to receive lifesaving heart procedures without needing open heart surgery. ...
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Heart disease is the leading cause of death for most racial and ethnic groups in the United States, but it doesn’t have to be. Between routine heart screenings and maintaining healthy habits over time, practicing preventive cardiology methods will help keep your heart healthy and strong. ...
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Cardiovascular (cardiac) imaging uses the latest imaging technology — like a cardiac MRI, echocardiogram, electrocardiogram (EKG), cardiac CT and nuclear imaging — to get a clear picture of your heart and blood vessels. These images allow us to detect, diagnose and even treat a variety of cardiovascular conditions like heart failure and heart disease. ...
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Cardiac rehabilitation focuses on healing your physical and emotional health following a heart attack or heart surgery. Through exercises and education, it can also improve the overall quality of life for people with a chronic heart condition like angina or coronary artery disease. With the support of dietitians, counselors and physical therapists, we can offer people a new beat on life. ...
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Transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) is an effective treatment option for people living with aortic stenosis (a narrowing of the aortic valve opening). Instead of performing open heart surgery, we can replace a heart valve using minimally invasive approaches rather than performing open heart surgery. ...
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A person who has experienced a heart attack, cardiogenic shock or advanced heart failure may require mechanical circulatory support to pump blood throughout their body when their weakened heart can't. That's where a ventricular assist device (VAD) comes in. It's a type of treatment that helps your vital organs receive the right amount of blood. ...
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Our surgeons are experts in performing minimally invasive cardiac surgery — a practice that allows us to treat your heart without making a large incision. We can treat valvular and structural heart conditions as well as arrhythmia with minimally invasive approaches that offer a quicker recovery and fewer complications. ...
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