Cardiac Solutions

Cardiac Solutions will continue to be the leader providing quality cardiac care, utilizing a personalized, team-oriented approach, and promoting wellness through education, innovation and technology.

Examining the Link Between Alcohol and Your Heart Disease Risk

If you’d like to support the health of your heart, cardiologists recommend drinking alcohol in moderation. Consuming more than two alcoholic beverages per day for men and one for women can increase your heart disease risk. Alcohol’s Effect on Your Heart Heavy drinking can lead to a broad range of health problems that can include peptic ulcers, ...
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Is Sex Safe After a Heart Attack?

After undergoing treatment for a heart attack, many patients can quickly return to their normal schedule. In the days immediately following your treatment, however, your cardiologist may advise a restriction on particular activities to avoid straining your heart. It’s common for patients to worry about their heart condition after a heart attack, and ...
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Work Stress and Heart Attacks in Women

Are you feeling stressed at work? Cardiologists recommend quitting smoking and practicing deep breathing and meditation exercises for women who feel under pressure at their job. Watch this video to learn about the link between work stress and heart attacks in women. In a recent study, it was found that women who experienced high levels of stress in the ...
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Is a Daily Aspirin Safe for Everyone?

Aspirin works as a blood thinner in the body, meaning that it can slow the formation of blood clots, which are the cause of most heart attacks. Because of this, cardiologists recommend that some people who are at high risk for heart disease take a baby aspirin each day as a preventative measure. Watch this video to learn about the safety of taking a daily ...
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What are the Symptoms and Treatments of Ventricular Arrhythmias?

When the heart produces irregular rhythms that originate in its lower chambers, or ventricles, this condition is referred to as a ventricular arrhythmia. Three ventricular arrhythmias frequently treated by cardiologists include ventricular fibrillation, premature ventricular contractions, and ventricular tachycardia. Ventricular Fibrillation One of the most ...
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Understanding Common Mitral Valve Problems

The mitral valve is responsible for stopping and starting the blood flow between the left atrium and the left ventricle. A few mitral valve problems commonly seen by cardiologists include mitral valve prolapse, mitral valve regurgitation, and mitral stenosis. Mitral Valve Prolapse Often referred to as MVP, mitral valve prolapse is a condition in which the ...
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What Are the Risk Factors for Having a Second Heart Attack?

After suffering a heart attack, you are often at higher risk for experiencing a second one. Fortunately, there are several steps you and your heart doctor can take to treat the underlying heart disease that caused your first heart attack to lower your risk for another cardiac event. Making changes to reduce the influence of heart attack risk factors is the ...
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A Look at the Pros and Cons of Anticoagulant Medications

Anticoagulant medications are often prescribed for patients with various forms of heart disease. These medications are designed to reduce the blood’s ability to clot, which can lower your risk for a heart attack or stroke if you suffer from a condition such as coronary artery disease or atrial fibrillation. If your heart doctor near Phoenix has ...
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Exploring Chronic Conditions That Increase Your Risk of Heart Disease

Heart disease refers to a variety of vascular and heart conditions that affect the health and function of your cardiovascular system. While there are many lifestyle factors that can increase your risk for heart disease, some chronic health conditions may also play a part in your risk for heart problems. Understanding the link between these chronic health ...
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Screening for AAA

Abdominal aortic aneurysms, or AAAs, cause the walls of the aorta to bulge outward inside the abdomen; this condition can become severe and life-threatening. Although aneurysms do not cause symptoms until they are severe, cardiologists have developed a screening process to identify aneurysms before it is too late to intervene. In this video, you will learn ...
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