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.

Blog Posts in July, 2013

The Basics of Blood Circulation

Every cell in the body needs oxygen to survive and function. This video animation demonstrates how the circulatory system distributes oxygenated blood. Blood enters the heart and flows to the lungs to ...
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Our Anticoagulation Management Program

Cardiac Solutions is proud to offer a wide range of programs designed to educate the public and help Phoenix area residents maintain the best heart health. In our anticoagulation management program, ...
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Update: Power Has Returned to Peoria Office

Special Announcement : Power has returned to the Peoria office. If you had a morning appointment with us, we will be contacting you to reschedule. All afternoon appointments are unaffected. Thank you.
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Power Outage at Peoria Office

Special Announcement : Our Peoria Office is currently experiencing a power outage. We will make another announcement as soon as the power returns. Thank you for your patience.
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Remote Device Monitoring Services Offered by Cardiac Solutions

The cardiologists at Cardiac Solutions are dedicated to maintaining a constant connection with all of our patients. Our clinic offers a range of cutting-edge products designed to connect cardiac ...
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What Is Enhanced External Counterpulsation?

Enhanced external counterpulsation is a non-invasive, outpatient treatment designed to relieve or eliminate angina. Enhanced external counterpulsation works by stimulating the opening of new pathways ...
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A Patient's Guide to Varicose Veins

Varicose veins are swollen, twisted, and unsightly veins that develop near the skin’s surface. Varicose veins usually develop in the legs and feet because of increased blood pressure. While most ...
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Causes, Symptoms, and Testing Methods for Cardiac Arrhythmias

A cardiac arrhythmia is a clinical term for a problem with the rate or rhythm of an individual’s heartbeat. During an arrhythmia, the heart may beat too quickly, too slowly, or irregularly. ...
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Foods For Heart Health

Your cardiologist has probably told you that eating right goes a long way towards keeping your heart healthy. Watch this video to learn more about doctors’ dietary recommendations. First, ...
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Did You Know?

According to the American Heart Association Heart Failure Guidelines : Long-term treatment of both systolic and diastolic hypertension has been shown to reduce the risk if incident heart failure by ...
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What Happens if You Ignore a Heart Valve Condition?

If you have been diagnosed with heart valve disease, and have been told you need heart surgery, you may feel understandably frightened. As you will learn in this video, heart valve disease can be ...
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Lifestyle Tips for a Healthier Heart

Heart disease affects millions of Americans, and thousands die each year from heart problems that might have been prevented with proper diet and exercise. Whether you or someone you love has recently ...
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Heart Symptoms Are Vague In Women

Did you know the signs for heart disease are different in women and men?
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Peoria, AZ 85381

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