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Blog Posts in 2015

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Another Wonderful Comment for Cardiac Solutions

One of Dr. Kate's patients had a nice comment about the office, staff and friendliness!
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Understanding Myocarditis

Myocarditis is a serious type of heart disease that requires close monitoring by cardiologists. Thousands of people of all ages are diagnosed with this condition each year. Although myocarditis is ...
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Tips for Adjusting to a Pacemaker

An implantable cardiac device, such as a pacemaker, can dramatically improve your quality of life, but some adjustment is necessary at first. If your heart doctor recommends a pacemaker because of ...
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The Patient's Guide to Using Coumadin

Coumadin–or warfarin, which is the generic name–is a medication used by cardiologists to treat and prevent blood clots. Because Coumadin has several side effects, it is important for ...
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Plaque and Your Heart

Plaque builds in your arteries but is actually a danger to your heart. If you have plaque build-up associated with coronary artery disease, your heart doctor will work with you to manage it and reduce ...
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Rating Your Risk of Atrial Fibrillation

Atrial fibrillation, also known as AF, is a type of heart arrhythmia that affects millions of Americans. It drastically increases your risk of stroke and should be closely managed by a heart doctor. ...
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Foods That Raise LDL Cholesterol

LDL cholesterol is the type of cholesterol your heart doctor is concerned with when he or she talks to you about your risk for coronary heart disease. The foods you choose can have a significant ...
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Diseases That Increase Your Risk of Heart Failure

Congestive heart failure is a chronic and progressive condition in which the heart functions weaker than normal. It does not mean that the heart stops but instead that it can’t work as ...
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Benefits of Electrophysiology Studies

Electrophysiology studies, or EPS, are important tools your heart doctor can use to diagnose and manage your heart condition. The test takes between one and four hours, and you will be kept ...
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How to Reduce Sodium in Your Diet

Heart conditions are often managed with a combination of lifestyle modifications and medical treatments. One of the changes your heart doctor may recommend implementing is reducing the amount of ...
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Ejection Fraction and Why It's Important

If you’ve been diagnosed with congestive heart failure, you may have heard your heart doctor discussing ejection fraction (EF). EF is a measurement that lets your heart doctor know how much ...
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Kids Explain Heart Attacks

A heart attack is no laughing matter; however, this video takes a lighthearted approach to emphasize to viewers the importance of calling 911 immediately when symptoms of a heart attack are observed. ...
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What Is Mitral Valve Regurgitation?

Your heart has four valves, including the mitral valve. This valve is located between the left atrium and the left ventricle. It features two flaps, or leaflets, which keep the blood moving in the ...
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Tests to Detect Heart Failure

If your doctor suspects that you might have heart failure, you may be referred to a heart doctor, or cardiologist. There are a number of diagnostic tests that cardiologists can use for patients ...
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Understanding Your Risk for Arrhythmia

An arrhythmia is an abnormal heartbeat that may cause the heart to beat too slowly, too quickly, or irregularly. These types of heart conditions aren’t always a cause for concern. However, you ...
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A Closer Look at Heart Failure

Heart conditions such as congestive heart failure can have life-threatening consequences. Congestive heart failure occurs when the heart has increasing trouble pumping blood throughout the body. The ...
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Answers to Your Questions About Heart Attack Recovery

Myocardial infarction, or heart attack, is a life-threatening medical condition that occurs when a coronary artery becomes obstructed. This prevents the artery from supplying blood to the heart and it ...
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Get to Know Dr. Gabor S. Jilly

At Cardiac Solutions, we have been diagnosing and treating heart conditions since 1984. We employ a skilled and compassionate medical team of cardiologists, physician assistants, nurse practitioners ...
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Why Does Your Blood Pressure Matter?

Blood pressure is a measure of the force that blood exerts on the walls of the blood vessels while traveling through the body. Blood pressure can be influenced by the environment, physical activity, ...
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Increasing Heart Health Awareness for Women

Certain factors increase your risk of developing a heart condition like cardiovascular disease, coronary artery disease, or peripheral vascular disease. Understanding these risk factors can decrease ...
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What to Do After a Heart Attack

If you’ve recently suffered a heart attack, it’s important to follow the guidance of your cardiologist to ensure a full recovery. Heart attacks can be caused by cardiovascular disease, ...
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