Heart Disease 공개
[search 0]

Download the App!

show episodes
 
Since heart disease is one of the leading causes of death in the U.S., cardiologists are continuously working to better understand and fight this common disease. Heart Matters dives into those findings and reviews everything you need to know about promising new technologies and key research efforts in heart disease.
 
Dr. Kahn fights for your health every week with his unique brand of eastern and western medicine focusing on wellness of mind, body and spirit. Each month he will interview a Health Hero and how their journey can help you find wellness, discuss with a leader in heart disease how to reverse heart disease, talk to leaders in the food movement for health, and review the science that can take you to a new level. He is known internationally as the heart doctor not afraid to take on the giants and ...
 
Is it possible to live a longer quality of life after a heart disease diagnosis? We are the patients who have resolved to become healthier both physically and mentally From managing symptoms to managing side effect From managing medication to managing finances Share the challenges and the triumphs Help understand what it really means to live with a heart condition Discover what it really means to survive and thrive with a heart condition This is Living with Heart Disease, a Heart of a Giant ...
 
Welcome To Doctor Warrick's Podcast Channel. Doctor Warrick is a practicing cardiologist and author with a passion for improving care by helping patients' understand their heart health through education. Warrick believes educated patients get the best health care. Discover and understand the latest approaches and technology in heart care and how this might apply to you or someone you love. >> FREE HEALTHY HEART MEMBERSHIP: SEE HERE https://healthyheartnetwork.com/free << About Dr. Warrick Bi ...
 
As part of our mission to end cardiovascular disease, The Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation offers weekly cardiology Grand Rounds to stay up-to-date on the latest developments in cardiology. These weekly meetings feature topics from the following cardiac specialty areas: congestive heart failure, electrophysiology, cardiac imaging, interventional cardiology, heart disease prevention, cardiac surgery, vascular/endovascular and miscellaneous.
 
The Rx Bricks podcast from USMLE-Rx is designed to help you master medical school. Each episode is an audio version of one of our revolutionary Rx Bricks, which are short, high-yield, interactive learning modules. Each week, we present a new audiobrick based on an important basic science topic (e.g., pressure-volume loops) or clinical concept (e.g., ischemic heart disease). Learn more at www.usmle-rx.com
 
A Big Heart is a podcast about living with heart disease. When Mike Papale was 17 years old he was seemingly healthy and being recruited to play basketball in college. On August 24, 2006, while working at a basketball camp, Mike slumped over and went into sudden cardiac arrest. There was no AED on site and doctors have said his chances of survival were one in a million. He was later diagnosed with Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM). Mike is currently the President & CEO of In A Heartbeat, a n ...
 
The Krishna Das Pilgrim Heart Hour features Krishna Das’ no-nonsense take on everyday struggles for finding balance on the spiritual path. Through the honesty, humility and humor of his own personal experiences, he points to the possibility of navigating life’s trials with a true inner yearning for truth. His own practice of kirtan or chant is the well stone of his ability to share from his spiritual heart. As KD says, “Love is a disease - we catch it from those who have it.”
 
Heart is an international, peer-reviewed journal that keeps cardiologists up to date with advances in the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease. Each issue contains original research, accompanying editorials and reviews. * The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. The content of this podcast does not constitute medical advice and it is not intended to function as a substitute for a healthcare practitioner’s judgement, patient care or treatment. The views expressed ...
 
This eleven-part podcast series, a companion to PBS' Valentine's Day television special, The Hidden Epidemic: Heart Disease In America, features best-selling author, Dr. Michael F. Roizen, M.D. and Larry King of CNN's Larry King Live and the Larry King Cardiac Foundation, along with Julie Bain, Health Director at Reader's Digest magazine. In conversation with Julie Bain, Dr. Roizen explains ten different, easy steps you can take to a healthier heart. In the eleventh podcast, Larry King tells ...
 
Conversations from the heart unravels big and small ideas, developments, and breakthroughs in cardiology. From vital issues such as how to preventing cardiovascular disease to the latest in treatment and care for the millions of people affected by it, we take our listeners on an exploratory journey. A journey towards stronger health systems and healthier hearts. Brought to you by the World Heart Federation and presented by Pablo Perel and Borjana Pervan, the podcast will features conversatio ...
 
From being born with a rare disease which happen to be a disability, being bullied and attempting to commit suicide to no an Amazon Best selling Author, CEO , and Basketball Coach . Hear first hand how Eric was able to withstand the obstacles and didn't allow his condition to be his conclusion. Join Eric and learn how you can measure his arms, but you can't measure his heart. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/heartworks/support
 
The American Heart Association and the American Diabetes Association are excited to announce a new podcast series for healthcare professionals. Know Diabetes by Heart™ Professional Education Podcast Series focuses on the link between cardiovascular disease (CVD) and type 2 diabetes (T2D). The series will consist of relevant cutting-edge topics such as up-to-date standards of care, guidelines and their implications for T2D and CVD, and approaches to shared decision making—among others. The Am ...
 
Thousands of patients every year are admitted to hospitals because of irregular, fast, or strong heartbeats. Each year at least one in 4 Americans is diagnosed with heart condition. And at that point there are some very important decisions to make for your future. The harsh reality is - your doctor will not have enough time to go over them in detail. This is where Heart Rhythm Center Podcast can help! We are your “what, why, and how” of palpitations, heart rhythm disorders, pacemakers, and d ...
 
The Medicine Made Easy podcast makes difficult medical topics easy to understand for everyone. In each episode, Becca and Josh, two medical students, highlight the important aspects of diseases, conditions, and general healthcare subjects. Whether you are here to boost your studying or just want to learn a little more about medicine--you've come to the right place!
 
Doctors are finding new treatments for diseases, explorers are finding previously unknown species around the planet, and NASA is continually getting images from the far reaches of space that are just dazzling. What is most fascinating about many of these new discoveries is that they have been sitting here, right under our noses, all along-ancient truths that are new to us, and have great impact on how we see our world, and our lives. At the Troy Church of Christ we are discovering the same t ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Guest: Nanette K. Wenger, MD, MACC, MACP, FAHA Is there a relationship between pregnancy complications and subsequent coronary disease? Dr. Nanette Wenger, a Professor of Medicine in the division of cardiology at the Emory University School of Medicine, discusses a recent study exploring this correlation in Black women and shares what cardiologists…
 
Many patients have questions about diet and medications – and cardiovascular disease risk factors. Preventive Cardiology dietitian Julia Zumpano, RD, LD, and Dennis Bruemmer, MD, PhD, Director of the Center for Cardiometabolic Health, discuss modifiable risk factors – and how diet and lifestyle plays a big role. What diet has the greatest success i…
 
This week Dr. Kahn discusses new data on an important topic: alcohol and the heart. New data on patients with intermittent atrial fibrillation advise caution. Yet, the USDA and other research studies do not find uniform harm and many find associated benefits. Thanks to empoweradio.com and safepickles.com with a 20% off code Kahn2021 for the tasties…
 
The ovaries are a pair of reproductive organs located deep in the pelvis of the female body; they contain the female gametes, the ova. As in many other organs, cancerous and benign tumors (neoplasms) can arise there, but most are malignant. Such tumors are distinct from ovarian cysts, although some ovarian neoplasms may have cystic features. Ovaria…
 
Host: Matthew J. Sorrentino, MD, FACC, FASH Guest: James MacNamara, MD How does the long-term absence of gravity impact our hearts? Is there anything we can do to protect our cardiovascular health in outer space, and what insights can this research teach us about how our heart health here is on earth? Joining Dr. Matthew Sorrentino to answer these …
 
The American College of Cardiology completed their 2021 scientific sessions, where many research teams presented trial results. Dr. Steve Nissen, cardiologist and Chief Academic Officer, Heart, Vascular & Thoracic Institute, presents the summaries of three trials answering the following questions: Left Atrial Appendage Occlusion Study (LAAOS III): …
 
The central nervous system (CNS) comprising the brain and spinal cord is an incredibly complex part of the human body, so it is no surprise that sometimes things go awry during development. The various anatomic anomalies that result can be so severe as to be incompatible with life, such as when most or all of the brain fails to develop, a condition…
 
Krishna Das brings us inside his heart cave for a Q&A featuring questions about what meeting Shiva actually means, how we can find time for meditation, and why motivation matters. In this ‘Hanging in the Heart Space‘ session from Dec. 10th, 2020, Krishna Das explores how we can find motivation for practice& commune with Shiva. Join KD and virtual S…
 
Welcome to Doctor Warrick's Podcast Channel. Warrick is a practicing cardiologist and author with a passion for improving care by helping patients understand their heart health through education. Warrick believes educated patients get the best health care. Discover and understand the latest approaches and technology in heart care and how this might…
 
You know when you have angina. Pressure. Tightness. Squeezing discomfort on exertion or cold. But what if no blockages are found? This week Dr. Kahn turns to diseases of small heart arteries. MVA and MINOCA are two important terms to know. He discusses why small arteries matter on this edition of Heart Doc VIP on Empower Radio.…
 
The Alan Watts Organization and Be Here Now Network have come together to bring you a new podcast series that dives deep into the Alan Watts Archive’s 100-hour collection of talks. This Monday, June 7th, discover for yourself why Alan Watts has continued to inspire generations of seekers with the Alan Watts Being in the Way podcast. This exciting n…
 
A neoplasm is the abnormal growth of new cells, sometimes called a tumor. A variety of tumors can grow in our bones, and luckily more of them are benign (noncancerous) than malignant (cancerous). What causes these tumors? We usually don’t know, though we do know that most malignant bone tumors are secondary, with cancer spreading to the bones from …
 
Host: Alan S. Brown, MD, FACC, FAHA, FNLA Guest: Erin D. Michos, MD, MHS, FACC, FAHA, FASE How much do we understand the non-traditional risk factors of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease, or ASCVD, in women? Dr. Erin Michos, an Associate Professor of Medicine and Director of the Women's Cardiovascular Health Center at Johns Hopkins School of M…
 
Every movement we make is caused by the contraction of different muscles, which are themselves controlled by the neurons that innervate them. However, one long nerve fiber does not run from the brain all the way down the spinal cord to reach our muscles. Instead, our bodies use a two-neuron system. After listening to this AudioBrick, you should be …
 
Welcome to Doctor Warrick's Podcast Channel. Warrick is a practicing cardiologist and author with a passion for improving care by helping patients understand their heart health through education. Warrick believes educated patients get the best health care. Discover and understand the latest approaches and technology in heart care and how this might…
 
Guest: Erin D. Michos, MD, MHS, FACC, FAHA, FASE Join Dr. Erin Michos, an Associate Professor of Medicine and Director of Women’s Cardiovascular Health and the Associate Director of Preventive Cardiology at Johns Hopkins Medicine in Odenton, Maryland, as she briefly discusses evolving interprofessional care models in type 2 diabetes management for …
 
Host: Matthew J. Sorrentino, MD, FACC, FASH Guest: Sandeep Das, MD, MPH Dr. Sandeep R. Das, Professor of Medicine in the Cardiology Division at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, sits down with Dr. Matthew Sorrentino to discuss therapies from the 2020 ACC Expert Consensus Decision Pathways on Novel Therapies for Cardiova…
 
Host: Alan S. Brown, MD, FACC, FAHA, FNLA Guest: Erin D. Michos, MD, MHS, FACC, FAHA, FASE Dr. Erin Michos, the Director of Women’s Cardiovascular Health and the Associate Director of Preventive Cardiology at Johns Hopkins Medicine in Odenton, Maryland briefly discusses clinical practice updates for cardiologists from the 2020 Expert Consensus Deci…
 
Host: Matthew J. Sorrentino, MD, FACC, FASH Guest: Elizabeth K. Bolton-Harris, DNP, ACNP-BC, CHFN Ms. Elizabeth Kay Bolton-Harris, the Chief Advanced Practice Provider in the Division of Cardiology at the Center for Heart Failure at Emory Healthcare, joins Dr. Matthew Sorrentino to discuss the role of nurse practitioners in the management of cardio…
 
Host: Matthew J. Sorrentino, MD, FACC, FASH Guest: Sandeep Das, MD, MPH Dr. Sandeep R. Das, Professor of Medicine in the Cardiology Division at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas joins Dr. Matthew Sorrentino to discuss implementing the 2020 ACC Expert Consensus Decision Pathways on Novel Therapies for Cardiovascular Risk …
 
Bile is a greenish-yellow fluid produced by the liver. It is stored in the gallbladder and released into the small intestine, where it aids digestion by breaking down fats into fatty acids. Water is the main component of bile (about 95%). Bile also contains bile salts (the salt form of bile acids), cholesterol, phospholipids, bilirubin (a yellow-or…
 
In this episode of the Heart podcast, Digital Media Editor, Dr James Rudd, is joined by Professor Philip MacCarthy from King's College Hospital, London. They discuss what the heart team is, how's it's evolved and what the future heart team might look like.If you enjoy the show, please subscribe to the podcast to get episodes automatically downloade…
 
Guest: Ty J. Gluckman, MD, FACC Dr. Ty Gluckman, Medical Director at the Center for Cardiovascular Analytics, Research, and Data Science at Providence St. Joseph Health in Portland, Oregon, gives us a brief overview of his key takeaways from the 2020 ACC Expert Consensus Decision Pathway.
 
Wearable apps and home monitors have provided patients ease in monitoring their heart rhythm at home. Drs. Oussama Wazni and Khaldoun Tarajki discuss the differences in types of remote monitoring and the capabilities of various consumer wearable technologies. They talk about what doctors need when diagnosing an arrhythmia, how to choose a home moni…
 
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a type of obstructive lung disease, an umbrella diagnosis that also includes asthma. The two types of COPD are emphysema and chronic bronchitis. The general underlying cause of obstructive lung disease is a narrowing of airways that results in decreased airflow and difficulty with respiration. Pharmac…
 
Welcome to Doctor Warrick's Podcast Channel. Warrick is a practicing cardiologist and author with a passion for improving care by helping patients understand their heart health through education. Warrick believes educated patients get the best health care. Discover and understand the latest approaches and technology in heart care and how this might…
 
The COVIID-19 pandemic has been the number one priority for over a year now. Many have died. Missing from the conversation has been COVIID-19 survivors. Are they protected? This includes Dr. Kahn, who discusses the new science and a new test: T-Detect, being used at his heart clinic on this edition of Heart Doc VIP on Empower Radio.…
 
For the most part, the brain relies on glucose as its main energy source. In fact, we say the brain preferentially uses glucose. In times of low glucose levels such as fasting or starvation, the brain can use ketones, lactate, and amino acids (worth noting: the brain does not use fatty acids to generate energy). Circulating glucose molecules are re…
 
Before we jump into the details of essential thrombocythemia (ET), let’s back up for a little perspective. ET is one of a group of disorders called chronic myeloproliferative disorders. These disorders share a lot of similarities: they occur in adults, they have a relatively good prognosis, and they’re caused by mutations in proteins involved in ce…
 
Welcome to Doctor Warrick's Podcast Channel. Warrick is a practicing cardiologist and author with a passion for improving care by helping patients understand their heart health through education. Warrick believes educated patients get the best health care. Discover and understand the latest approaches and technology in heart care and how this might…
 
Antibiotics work by halting essential cellular processes to kill bacteria. Broken down into its roots, the word antibiotic is interpreted as “opposing life.” This trait can be beneficial against such living things as pathogenic bacteria, which endanger us. Like our own cells, bacteria synthesize protein using ribosomes, which are located in the cyt…
 
Vascular disease experts answer important questions about carotid artery disease:How is it diagnosed?What symptoms require emergency care?What can you do to treat it medically?How do you prevent further blockage?What degree of narrowing requires an intervention?What are the treatment options?What do you do if the carotid artery is completely blocke…
 
Early in fetal development, the precursors of the major systems in the body are outlined. The three germ layers (endoderm, mesoderm, ectoderm) are formed during the third week of development. We’ll focus on the ectoderm, from which the entire nervous system (central and peripheral) forms. But first, let’s back up to review the anatomy of the centra…
 
In this episode of the Heart podcast, Digital Media Editor, Dr James Rudd, is joined by Dr Patrick Boyle and Dr Nazem Akoum from the University of Washington in Seattle. They discuss the applications of computational modelling for patients with cardiac arrhythmias.If you enjoy the show, please subscribe to the podcast to get episodes automatically …
 
Welcome to Doctor Warrick's Podcast Channel. Warrick is a practicing cardiologist and author with a passion for improving care by helping patients understand their heart health through education. Warrick believes educated patients get the best health care. Discover and understand the latest approaches and technology in heart care and how this might…
 
Hare Krishna or Jai Hanuman—which mantra is best? Krishna Das explores chanting practice, longing, delusion, depression, and being a good person, before sharing a Hanuman Chalisa. In this ‘Hanging in the Heart Space‘ session from Dec. 3rd 2020, Krishna Das welcomes us to re-perceive longing as our saving grace – the pull from within to be whole. Fr…
 
Do you feel better outside, barefoot, in the grass? You might be grounded to the Earth, also called Earthing. Scientific reports indicate potential advantages for sleep, pain, mood, inflammation, blood pressure, and blood clotting. If nothing else, get your feet on the grass this summer. Happy Mother’s Day from Heart Doc VIP on Empower Radio.…
 
What are bullous skin disorders? Bullae are fluid-filled blisters >1 cm in diameter. They can be caused by infection, mechanical stress, or a malfunctioning immune system. In this discussion, we tackle the latter, focusing on the most common autoimmune bullous (blistering) disorders: pemphigus vulgaris, bullous pemphigoid, and dermatitis herpetifor…
 
In this episode, we learn the lifelong heart journey of Bob Smith. Bob was born with severe Aortic Stenosis and needed an emergency valvuloplasty when he was two weeks old. In 2016, he had his Aortic Valve and Ascending Aorta replaced which required an intense open heart surgery. Bob is an avid rock climber and is currently in some of the best shap…
 
Pacemakers and defibrillators are both cardiac implantable electronic devices and used for different things – depending on the rhythm it is treating. Dr. Wilkoff, Director: Cardiac Pacing & Tachyarrhythmia Devices explains the different devices – and what’s new in pacing, such as leadless options.저자 Cleveland Clinic Heart & Vascular Institute
 
Epithelium is one of the four basic tissue types (the other three are muscle tissue, nerve tissue, and connective tissue). It is found throughout the body—covering it; lining organs, vessels, and cavities; and forming glands. It absorbs nutrients, transports electrolytes, secretes hormones, and regulates body temperature by producing sweat. We begi…
 
Welcome to Doctor Warrick's Podcast Channel. Warrick is a practicing cardiologist and author with a passion for improving care by helping patients understand their heart health through education. Warrick believes educated patients get the best health care. Discover and understand the latest approaches and technology in heart care and how this might…
 
In this episode we talk to Denise Redeker about her heart disease journey which started at a young age and ended up resulting in a heart transplant. Denise talks about all of the obstacles she has faced and her incredible recovery which has brought her to being an avid runner and hiker! Denise is also the founder of Heartfelt Help Foundation, a non…
 
What do you know about prokaryote structure and the gram stain? Bacteria are members of a unique taxonomic kingdom consisting of prokaryotic unicellular organisms. Prokaryote is a term from ancient Greek meaning “before the kernel.” The kernel in this case is a nucleus, which prokaryotes lack. Prokaryotes also do not have any membrane-bound organel…
 
Loading …

빠른 참조 가이드

Google login Twitter login Classic login