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The Cleveland Clinic Heart, Vascular and Thoracic Institute (HVTI) research has long history of research and innovation. This program takes a deep dive into the three major components: clinical investigations, clinical trials, and an academic research organization – as well as access to basic research as part of our partnership with the Lerner Rese…
 
Should you take a supplement if you have had a heart attack, stroke or coronary bypass surgery? Will supplements prevent future events? Dr. Luke Laffin, Preventive Cardiologist, provides some facts about common supplements and questions we have unanswered. If you live in Ohio, they are currently enrolling patients in a trial called the SPORT study …
 
Cardiac imaging is important not only for diagnosing hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) but also in making decisions about treatment and risk of future events. Dr. Milind Desai, Director of the Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Center, takes you through the types of testing and what they show. Tests include basic echocardiogram, specialized echo testing, …
 
The first documented stopped heart surgery was performed on February 17, 1956. Dr. Lars Svensson, Chairman of the Heart, Vascular and Thoracic Institute reviews the operative notes from this innovative surgery performed by Dr. Donald Effler and Dr. Lawrence Groves, using a heart lung machine developed by Dr. Willem Kolff at Cleveland Clinic. Dr. Sv…
 
There are many factors that go into decision making when aortic valve surgery is needed in the young patient – both adults and children. Dr. Hani Najm, Dr. Gosta Pettersson, and Dr Eric Roselli discuss the Ross Procedure, patient selection with shared decision making, surgical techniques to prevent future failure, advantages and considerations, alt…
 
Questions about use of cannabis in heart transplant patients (pre and post) are increasing due to its availability, legalization in some states, and media. What should patients know? Dr. Eileen Hsich, Medical Director of the Heart Transplant Program at Cleveland Clinic, Kathleen Faulkenberg PharmD, University of Kentucky, and Caroline Olt, MD, an i…
 
A calcium score screening heart test (also called coronary calcium scan) is a test that uses computerized tomography (CT) to detect calcium deposits in the coronary arteries of your heart. A higher coronary calcium score suggests you have a higher chance of significant narrowing in the coronary arteries and a higher risk of future heart attack. Car…
 
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): …
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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
 
This two part program answers all your questions about Aorta Disease and related disorders (Marfan syndrome, Ehlers Danlos, Loeys Dietz). Part 2 provides answers to questions about surgical treatments of aorta disease including when to operate, types of procedures and post-operative outcomes and concerns.…
 
This two part program answers all your questions about Aorta Disease and related disorders (Marfan syndrome, Ehlers Danlos, Loeys Dietz). Part 1 answers questions about types of aorta disease; how this disease is diagnosed (including imaging and genetic testing); and medical management of aorta disease including monitoring, medications, blood press…
 
Patients often ask if they should take their blood pressure at home, how to get the most accurate results, how often to do it, and what type of monitor to use (check out https://www.validatebp.org/) Preventive cardiologist and blood pressure specialist Dr. Luke Laffin answers these important questions.…
 
Pericarditis treatment can be very challenging, however, the approach to surgical treatment has changed over the years with advances in imaging and earlier diagnosis. Dr. Doug Johnston, Vice Chairman of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery and Surgical Director of the Pericardial Disease Center, talks about pericarditis (including recurring pericard…
 
Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM) involves more than septal thickness. Dr. Nicholas Smedira, Surgical Director of Cleveland Clinic’s Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Center describes what happens when a patient has hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. A team approach is used to understand the anatomy and cause of obstruction. Many surgical approaches are availa…
 
New valve guidelines provide information about management of patients with heart valve disease including when to operate, TAVR (TAVI); valve surgery; valve choice, valve repair, surgical approach, and how the guidelines address the aorta and the tricuspid valve.Dr. Lars Svensson, Chairman, Sydell and Arnold Miller Family Heart, Vascular & Thoracic …
 
Transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) is a minimally invasive procedure used to insert a new aortic valve in patients with aortic stenosis. While risk is low, stroke remains an important risk for this procedure. Dr. Samir Kapadia, Chairman of Cardiovascular Medicine, explains why stroke occurs during TAVR and how the sentinel filter device …
 
Dr. Milind Desai describes the results of a study performed during this COVID pandemic, looking at patients with symptoms of COVID who were not sick enough to be in the hospital. The question he answered was: Does vitamin C and/or zinc reduce the duration or severity of symptoms in patients diagnosed with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)?…
 
If you have valve disease you may have questions about symptoms, diagnostic tests and treatments. In honor of Valve Disease Awareness Day, valve specialists Dr. Paul Cremer and Dr. Christine Jellis answer questions they often get from patients about valve disease.저자 Cleveland Clinic Heart & Vascular Institute
 
Heart failure is very common affecting millions of Americans. Surgeon Dr. Edward Soltesz and Cardiologist Dr. Jerry Estep talk about heart failure symptoms, how heart failure is classified to guide treatment, and innovations in heart care including new medications, left ventricular assist devices (LVAD), and transplant.…
 
How can you eat more heart healthy this year? Is vegan the way to go? Do you need to cut out oils in your diet? Has COVID has made an impact on how you are eating? Julia Zumpano RD, LD Preventive Cardiology dietitian provides helpful tips and gets us back on track toward heart healthy 2021.저자 Cleveland Clinic Heart & Vascular Institute
 
Every year to celebrate Heart Month, Cleveland Clinic performs a survey to see what people know about heart disease. This year’s focus was COVID. Dr. Leslie Cho and Dr. Jerry Estep present the survey findings – highlighting what people should know about heart care during the pandemic, how COVID affects the heart, and what heart patients should know…
 
Pacemakers and defibrillators are both cardiac implantable electronic devices – they are used to protect the heart from slow heart rhythms, fast heart rhythms, and in some cases help the heart pump better. Dr. Bruce Wilkoff, Director of Cardiac Pacing & Tachyarrhythmia Devices at the Cleveland Clinic Heart, Vascular & Thoracic Institute, explains t…
 
Pacemakers and defibrillators are both cardiac implantable electronic devices – they are used to protect the heart from slow heart rhythms, fast heart rhythms, and in some cases help the heart pump better. Dr. Bruce Wilkoff, Director: Cardiac Pacing & Tachyarrhythmia Devices explains the differences in these devices.…
 
Have you been told you have microvascular coronary disease? Do you have chest pain but told you do not have coronary artery disease by cardiac cath? There are new ways to diagnose microvessel disease that help doctors guide treatment. Dr. Khaled Ziada, a specialist in microvascular disease and coronary spasm, talks about this condition, risk factor…
 
It’s 2021! Time for New Year’s resolutions - or making changes (you can keep) to be healthier in the New Year. Preventive cardiologist Dr. Luke Laffin talks about heart healthy goals for 2021 – as well as tips to get there during the challenges of COVID.저자 Cleveland Clinic Heart & Vascular Institute
 
Patients often ask why they need to be on an anticoagulant after ablation – or – if they can have a Watchman device at the same time as an ablation. Drs. Saliba and Wazni discuss the answers to these questions. The OPTION trial is looking at the safety and effectiveness of the Watchman device (left atrial appendage closure) vs. oral anticoagulant m…
 
Dr. Steve Nissen talks about three trials presented at the 2020 American Heart Association Scientific Sessions: the STRENGTH trial, which looked at omega 3 fatty acid’s impact on cardiovascular events, the STOP AF trial that studied medication vs. ablation in treating patients with new onset atrial fibrillation; and the RHAPSODY trial, which looked…
 
This two part program answers questions sent in by participants about coronary artery disease. This session answers questions about treatments for coronary artery disease including when certain procedures should be done, what is the best type of procedure for different patients and what you should know post procedure for the best outcomes.…
 
This two part program answers all your questions about Coronary Artery Disease (CAD). Part 1 answers questions about what is coronary artery disease and microvessel disease; symptoms of CAD; how this disease is diagnosed (and what you should know about the different types of tests); and medical management of CAD including medications and risk facto…
 
Patients with pericarditis may be on various medications to prevent episodes from recurring. Dr. Allan Klein, Director of Cleveland Clinic’s Pericardial Disease Center, provides the results of the RHAPSODY trial that looked at a new medication (Rilonacept) vs. placebo for patients with pericarditis. He talks about the exciting results of this study…
 
November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month. Cleveland Clinic specialists talk about symptoms of lung cancer, how lung cancer is detected, what diagnostic tests are used to stage lung cancer or determine best treatment, and what patients should know about treatment options. 15 percent of patients who have lung cancer never smoked – so it is important t…
 
Clinical research is important to make progress in medicine. Dr. Nissen, Chief Academic Officer of the Heart, Vascular and Thoracic Institute, describes what you should know about randomized clinic trials and how they are being conducted during the time of COVID. When your provider approaches you about clinical research, take a moment to listen. As…
 
This two-part program answers all your questions about Atrial Fibrillation. Part 2 provides answers to questions about medications used to treat atrial fibrillation, efficacy related to stage of disease and what you should know about blood thinner medications and alternatives. In addition, the doctors discuss cardioversion, types of ablation, the h…
 
This two part program answers all your questions about Atrial Fibrillation. Part 1 covers types and progression of afib; causes and risk factors; symptoms; and diagnostic tests, including personal monitors or devices. The doctors then discuss how these factors are taken into account when deciding on ablation and the use of blood thinners.…
 
When patients are scheduled for coronary artery bypass surgery (CABG) they have many questions. Dr. Faisal Bakaeen, Director of the Coronary Artery Bypass Center answers: What is coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery?Who are best candidates for CABG?What are the types of grafts used and how do they differ? What type of incisions are used? Is …
 
If you are at risk for losing a limb, learn how you can prevent amputation. If you have been told you need an amputation, there may be actions you can take to prevent limb loss. A team approach involving experts in care are needed to provide a tailored approach. Vascular surgeon Dr. Lee Kirksey provides an overview of what is involved in caring for…
 
New guidelines on primary prevention of cardiovascular disease in women were released in 2020, highlighting new risk factors special to women. Dr. Leslie Cho, Director of the Women’s Cardiovascular Center and Co-Section Head, Preventive Cardiology, talks about how your pregnancy or having auto-immune disease may be related to future heart disease. …
 
As part of Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) Awareness Month, learn the symptoms of PAD, risk factors, and special considerations for patients with diabetes. Vascular surgeon, Dr. Lee Kirksey talks about what you should ask your doctor and treatment for PAD – most patients do not need surgery but good medical care and lifestyle changes – but – diag…
 
The Cleveland Clinic Heart, Vascular and Thoracic Institute celebrates the 2000th transplant. Cleveland Clinic began innovative work on heart transplants in 1968, with the official beginning of the program in 1984. On average, Cleveland Clinic performs 50-60 transplants per year, including between five to eight pediatric transplants per year. The C…
 
Thoracic surgery involves surgery from the Adam’s apple to the navel – including the esophagus, trachea and lungs. Now surgeons are able to use the robot to make the smallest incisions even in some of the more complex cases. This can improve recovery time and quality of life after surgery.저자 Cleveland Clinic Heart & Vascular Institute
 
Vascular specialist Dr. Jay Bishop talks about peripheral artery disease or PAD. Dr. Bishop explains what is PAD, who is at risk, symptoms of PAD, what to do if you have diabetes, tests for PAD, who provides vascular testing, the relationship between PAD and heart disease, goals for treatment and treatment options for PAD.…
 
During the COVID-19, pandemic, Broken Heart Syndrome, also called Stress Cardiomyopathy or Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy is on the rise. Dr. Nissen talks with Dr. Kalra about how stress cardiomyopathy feels like a heart attack but differs, it’s relationship to COVID-19, who is at risk, treatment, prognosis and what you should know about broken heart syn…
 
Dr. Steve Nissen talks with cardiologist Dr. Milind Desai and surgeon Dr. Nick Smedira, Directors of the Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Center, about current treatment options, such as medications and surgical therapy, what we have learned from years of experience with HCM at Cleveland Clinic, and a new innovative medication that is being researched t…
 
Ventricular tachycardia, particularly in the setting of heart failure, can be frightening. Recent research has provided better mapping techniques and tools to improve the treatment of ventricular tachycardia. Dr. Anter describes the multidisciplinary approach to treatment of ventricular tachycardia at Cleveland Clinic.…
 
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