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Is Your Chest pain a Heart Attack? What to do if You have a Heart Attack? Doctor Prasoon

Is Your Chest pain a Heart Attack? What to do if You have a Heart Attack? Doctor Prasoon

Hey, what’s up? doctor prasoon here. Could that chest pain that you’re experiencing, could it be a heart attack, what is a heart attack and what is the difference between heart attack and cardiac arrest. What should you do if Read more…


What is a Stress Test?

What is a Stress Test?

Hello my name is Greg Putra, manager cardiopulmonary diagnostics in cardiac and pulmonary rehab here at Allegiance Health. Today we’re going to be talking about cardiac stress testing. The indication for cardiac stress testing is to look at the physiologic Read more…


Cardiovascular Examination – Clinical Examination of the Heart

Cardiovascular Examination – Clinical Examination of the Heart

Examination of the Heart Examination of the heart is performed with the patient lying supine and the upper body undressed. Begin with a general inspection which can reveal signs of cardiac illnesses. For example, a thoracotomy scar can indicate a Read more…


Cardiomyopathy, animation

Cardiomyopathy, animation

Cardiomyopathy is a group of diseases that weaken the heart muscle – the myocardium, making it harder for the heart to pump blood. Cardiomyopathy reduces blood output, and may lead to heart failure. The condition may be inherited from a Read more…


“Cardiac History and Exam” by Christina Ronai for OPENPediatrics

“Cardiac History and Exam” by Christina Ronai for OPENPediatrics

Cardiac History and Exam with Christina Ronai. Hi, my name is Christina Ronai. I’m one of the Cardiology Fellows at Boston Children’s Hospital and I’ll be talking to you today about the cardiac history and physical exam when evaluating children Read more…


Aortic Valve Disease, Animation

Aortic Valve Disease, Animation

the aortic valve serves to ensure one-way flow of oxygen-rich blood from the left ventricle to the aorta and to the body it opens when the left ventricle contracts and pumps blood and closes when the ventricles refill to prevent Read more…


A Clearer Picture for Acute Chest Pain

A Clearer Picture for Acute Chest Pain

Traditionally, acute chest pain meant a hospital stay for evaluation, but now patients may have an alternative. I’m Jennifer Dodd and this is a DailyRx Minute. A stress cardiac MRI is a medical imaging technique used to evaluate the blood Read more…


Heart Attack Symptoms – The Nebraska Medical Center

Heart Attack Symptoms – The Nebraska Medical Center

Symptoms of a heart attack can vary between individuals. An individual may have the classic symptoms of chest pain or chest pressure, arm pain, neck pain. But I think there’s a good portion of people who have what we call Read more…


Chest Pain – The Nebraska Medical Center

Chest Pain – The Nebraska Medical Center

All kinds of chest pain and we see this every day. It’s one of the biggest features that enter the emergency department and one of most frequent complaints that we have from people coming to get a cardiology consultation. It Read more…


Najam Javeed, MD – Why do I still have chest pain after my stent?

Najam Javeed, MD – Why do I still have chest pain after my stent?

Not all chest pains are related to coronary artery disease. Coronary disease can be silent. So sometimes it’s an incidental finding. So when somebody comes in with chest pains and we do a stress test on them, a stress test Read more…