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This site is for doctors, nurses and other health professionals but does not exclude interested patients. It allows access to articles and recent publications that are academic and have not been written specifically with patients in mind.
A Mother's Heart, Inc.
Offers education, advocacy, and patient support for women suffering from peripartum cardiomyopathy, cardiac failure occurring near the end of pregnancy or after a baby's birth, when there is no prior history of heart disease.
ACC: Congenital Heart Disease
Explains about types of congenital heart disease, diagnosis, and new surgical methods for treatment. From American College of Cardiology.
Provides information about atrial fibrillation treatments, causes, risks of stroke, and more.
St. Jude Medical information on symptoms, diagnosis and treatments such as ablation, cardioversion and medications for atrial fibrillation. Features glossary of terms related to this heart disorder and arrhythmia.
Resource for the advancement of the diagnosis and treatment of atrial fibrillation and offers clinical and scientific information for the medical professional and patient education materials. Johnson and Johnson Medical NV/SA.
This is an information center for ARVD patients and doctors including articles, an international list of doctors and specialists, a registry form, and diagnostic protocols.
AV Nodal Re-entrant Tachycardia
AV nodal re-entrant tachycardia is an arrhythmia, or abnormal heart rhythm. This arrhythmia is seen on an EKG as periods of fast heart rates. The fast heart rates occur because of an abnormality in the electrical conduction system of the heart. The electrical system is responsible for telling the heart muscle to contract and relax.
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm
Provides information about the cause, symptoms, and repair of the disease.
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Screening
Discusses the effectiveness of screening for abdominal aortic aneurysm.
About Atrial Fibrillation
Information about the most common cardiac arrhythmia - atrial fibrillation. Includes information on symptoms such as rapid or irregular heartbeat, diagnosis, and atrial fibrillation treatment such as ablation, cardioversion and medication.
Hypertension is a dangerous condition where the blood pressure is persistently higher than normal. If left untreated, people with hypertension are at risk for heart attack, stroke or kidney failure.
Accelerated Idioventricular Rhythm : Article by Vibhuti N Singh, MD,
Accelerated Idioventricular Rhythm - Accelerated idioventricular rhythm (AIVR) is a form of ectopic or automatic ventricular arrhythmia. This condition is characterized by a ventricular rate that is slower than traditionally defined ventricular tachycardia (VT). Generally, the heart rate is less than 100 beats per minute (bpm), but some authors have used heart rate less than 120 bpm. It is often, but not always, slightly faster than the underlying sinus rhythm; therefore, the ventricular rate takes over as the predominant rhythm.AIVR ...
Active hyperemia is the increase in organ blood flow (hyperemia) that is associated with increased metabolic activity of an organ or tissue. An example of active hyperemia is the increase in blood flow that accompanies muscle contraction, which is also called exercise or functional hyperemia in skeletal muscle
Acute chest pain - suspected myocardial ischemia
This is the current release of the guideline. National Guideline Clearinghouse
This is a transient condition caused by a heart rhythm disorder. It involves fainting, with or without convulsions. In it, the normal electrical signal that passes from the heart's upper to lower chambers is interrupted. This causes a "heart block," which usually slows the heart rate considerably. This can cause inadequate blood flow to the brain and fainting. This condition is also called Stokes-Adams or Morgangni, Adams-Stokes disease.
Adult Congenital Heart Disease - The Children's Hospital, Colorado
The Children's Hospital Adult Congenital Heart Clinic held at the University of Colorado Hospital serves patients over the age of 18 years with congenital heart disease. Congenital heart defects are those children are born with. Sometimes a congenital defect is not discovered until adolescence or adulthood.
Advice from Dr. Dave and Dr. Dee
An explanation of premature atrial contractions and premature ventricular contractions.
Information for physicians and patients on the disease and the different treatment options, focusing on radiofrequency ablation.
Learn about atrial fibrillation, why AF should be treated, and current treatment options. Sponsored by AtriCure, Inc.
All About the Heart
Explains how the heart pumps blood through the circulatory system. From KidsHealth.
AllAbout Heart Disease
Provides easy to understand patient-oriented information, guides, and advice on a wide range of heart disease related subjects ranging from cholesterol control, high blood pressure, obesity, diet, diabetes and much more.
AllRefer Health: Congenital Heart Disease
Explores causes and risks of heart abnormalities present in infants before birth. Site also compares the cyanotic and non-cyanotic forms of congenital heart disease.
If you or someone you love is preparing for a cardiac procedure, you've come to the right place. Here at www.allaboutmyheart.com you will find information about the latest advances in minimally invasive heart surgery.
Explained in lay mans terms what arrhythmias are, with suggested herbs and vitamins.
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