Cardiology Resource Center

Heart Failure

What Exactly is Heart Failure and How is it Treated? DOWNLOAD NOW Heart failure is a bit of an oxymoron.  When we hear the medical term “heart failure” it does not mean that the heart has necessarily stopped beating.  Rather, the heart has begun…

Heart Health 2019

Heart Health 2019: An Elite Healthcare Resource Guide

Read This Issue Now! An Elite Healthcare Resource Guide Cover Story Living Your Best Life After a Heart Attack : Survivors can find a renewed sense of purpose. Features Heart Disease at Day 1: Nurses at Michigan’s Children’s Hospital are educating parents of babies…

Heart Failure in Women

Reduce readmissions with education, follow-up and advanced therapies Approximately 5.1 million Americans are affected by heart failure, and 2.5 million of these patients are women.1 Women are typically older when heart failure develops, and the cause is most often linked to hypertension, diabetes, valvular…

Fighting Against Heart Failure

New initiative leads to decreased readmissions and better-prepared clinicians and patients Some 5.7 million Americans have heart failure (HF), a leading cause of hospitalization among people over the age of 65. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, half of those with…

Cardiac Monitoring

Treating patients with heart disease has never been easy – but, surprisingly, in the past 10 years, it’s gotten even more difficult. “Treating the average cardiac patient is more complicated today than it was a decade ago,” reported David L. Scher, MD, a cardiologist,…

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