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What Is Arrhythmia?
31 Jan 2008
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Hello, I’am Ibako from Nigeria. I came to India with my sister for here arrhythmia surgery which was held at Kem’s hospital Pune which is one of the most respected cardiac hospitals in Pune, India. Forerunners healthcare, a medical tourism company from India organized my sister’s entire arrhythmia surgery in Pune and they were extremely supportive and caring and helped us out throughout our stay in India. My sister’s Arrhythmia surgery held at the cardiac hospital Pune were well equipped to handle all phases of heart diseases from the elementary to the latest clinical procedures. The costs were not only affordable but the medical facilities are at par with the West. The cardiac hospitals at Pune and Kolkata has excellent clinical records of highly qualified and expert cardiac surgeons for arrhythmia surgery. My sister’s Arrhythmia surgery was a success, she feels much better now. I am happy with my sister’s surgery results. I just have praises and good wishes for Forerunners healthcare and would highly recommend them for medical tourism. For more details on Arrhythmia surgery in India, contact: www.forerunnershealthcare.com or mail your queries at enquiryforerunnershealthcare.com or call us at: +91-9371136499, +91- 9860755000 (International) / + 1-415-599-2537 (USA) / +44-20-8133-2571 (UK)
23 Jul 2010
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The heart is the organ that we can feel, though we tend to take it for granted. Unless it starts to beat a little too fast for no reason.
2 May 2008
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Free Heart Video Diary - Part 1: http://www.EmpowHer.com's patient advocate Todd Hartley talks about his Supraventricular tachycardia (SVT) heart problem. Find out as it happens. http://www.EmpowHer.com is a women's online health community.
4 Sep 2008
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Free Heart Video Diary - Part 2: http://www.EmpowHer.com's patient advocate Todd Hartley talks about his Supraventricular tachycardia (SVT) heart problem. What happens next? http://www.EmpowHer.com is a women's online health community.
4 Sep 2008
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Andrew D. Blaufox, MD Pediatric Electrophysiology Schneider Children's Hospital . Associate Professor Clinical Pediatrics Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Medical School: Albert Einstein College of Medicine . Residency: Mount Sinai School of Medicine . Fellowship: Mount Sinai School of Medicine and Medical University of South Carolina
22 Nov 2008
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Having heart surgery? Watch Lori explain the options she had after surgeon said she had a heart condition. Get facts on heart disease, Afib, V-Tach, SVT & arrhythmia at EmpowHer, Women's Health Online.
20 Feb 2009
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Watch a woman discuss if her pacemaker stabilized her rhythm/electrical impulses to her heart muscle. Get free facts/info on heart arrhythmia, Afib, surgery & recovery at EmpowHer, Women's Health Online.
20 Feb 2009
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HISTORY presents ICE ROAD TRUCKER SEASON 3 on May 31 at 9pm/8c. Meet IRT driver ALEX DEBOGORSKI, age 57. Alex is a larger than life character who has become a star of the series. He is the proud father of 11 children and 9 grandchildren. He's a natural shock jock who is completely unpredictable---a combination which makes for great TV. Last season, he left the Inuvik road early because of critical health problems (blood clots in his lungs and a heart arrhythmia). This season, he's taking a job with Carlile Transportation in Alaska where the oil business is booming and they're desperate for experienced drivers. Alex however will have to prove that hes regained his health and is capable of taking on the job. This road is no flat expanse, its an icy, treacherous, mountain pass that many think he may not be able to handle. This season he's setting out to redeem himself as the CANADIAN HEAVYWEIGHT OF THE ICE ROADS. Get ready for an all new ride! Become a FAN on FACEBOOK http://www.facebook.com/iceroadtruckers Visit the official site http://www.history.co/iceroadtruckers Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/History_Daily
8 May 2009
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A deadly arrhythmia, commonest cause of death of myocardial infarction. More on http://www.mediscuss.org/talk/forumdisplay.php?f=65
6 Sep 2009
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Dr bashir ahmed dar chinkipora sopore kashmir speaks about defirillating a heart.Defibrillation is the definitive treatment for the life-threatening cardiac arrhythmias, ventricular fibrillation and pulseless ventricular tachycardia. Defibrillation consists of delivering a therapeutic dose of electrical energy to the affected heart with a device called a defibrillator. This depolarizes a critical mass of the heart muscle, terminates the arrhythmia, and allows normal sinus rhythm to be reestablished by the body's natural pacemaker, in the sinoatrial node of the heart. Email--drbashir123gmail.com
6 Nov 2009
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The power within Cordyceps was discovered 1,500 years ago in the Tibetan mountain pastures. Chinese herdsmen observed that their cattle and livestock became very energetic after eating a grass-like mushroom - even the older animals became vigorous and more youthful in their actions. Chinese practitioners were soon making up powerful potions of this substance for many of life's maladies. Cordyceps regulates and ensures the normal functioning of various parts of the body, strengthens the immune system and promotes overall vitality and longevity. In traditional Chinese medicine, Cordyceps is described in detail and is considered potent at strengthening lung and kidneys, increasing energy and vitality, stopping hemorrhaging, decreasing phlegm, and as an overall tonic. It is a well known and important ingredient in Chinese medicine. It is very widely used both in clinical medicine and as a household remedy. Cordyceps provides tremendous health benefits. 1. It is very effective in reducing arrhythmia with an efficacy up to 94%. When the product was applied to 200 different ailments, no toxic side- effects were detected. 2. It can be used in the treatment of Chronic Nephropathy and Chronic Nephritis. Moreover, it has a diuretic effect and is good for the prevention of Nephralgia. 3. It helps strengthen the immune system of tumor patients who have received radiotherapy, chemotherapy or surgery. It is remarkable for stabilizing the hemogram, increasing the blood cells and protein for producing blood plasma and for eliminating side- effects after various therapies. Furthermore, the product is a synergist for reinforcing the efficacy of radiotherapy 4. It provides remarkable benefits for various Climatic Age Illness, Impotence, Emission, Neurasthenia, Rheumatoid arthritis, Cirrhosis, flabby waist and knees. 5. It is also effective in lowering the lipoproteinemia level, and in preventing Arterio-Sclerosis and Coronary heart disease, as well as certain other diseases related to blood vessels of the brain. 6. It helps stimulate the immune system of the elderly and strengthens their resistance to illness. Frequent dosage can prevent senile disorders. 7. Aging is due to the insufficient secretion of sexual hormones. Cordyceps Sinensis is, in this regard, a hormone stimulator. Moreover, the aging effect is to a large extent attributed to the rise of active monoamine oxidize enzyme inside the body and Cordyceps Sinensis can effectively inhibit the increase of such an enzyme. Thus, it is an anti-aging medicine which helps regenerate the organic functioning of humans. After a three-week dose, patients with the aforesaid symptoms may feel improvement. In general, this product is a tonic good for bodily nourishment and for stimulating brain activity. Long-term use can strengthen the body, improve organic functioning, strengthen the immune system and in turn, help bring longevity. Please visit our website CuringHerbs.com to learn more about great universal health remedy. We have Certified Organic Pure USA grown Cordyceps, the best available on the market at very affordable price. Within days you’ll notice a positive difference in your overall well being
8 Feb 2010
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Cordyceps regulates and ensures the normal functioning of various parts of the body, strengthens the immune system and promotes overall vitality and longevity. In traditional Chinese medicine, Cordyceps is described in detail and is considered potent at strengthening lung and kidneys, increasing energy and vitality, stopping hemorrhaging, decreasing phlegm, and as an overall tonic. It is a well known and important ingredient in Chinese medicine. It is very widely used both in clinical medicine and as a household remedy. Cordyceps provides tremendous health benefits. 1. It is very effective in reducing arrhythmia with an efficacy up to 94%. When the product was applied to 200 different ailments, no toxic side- effects were detected. 2. It can be used in the treatment of Chronic Nephropathy and Chronic Nephritis. Moreover, it has a diuretic effect and is good for the prevention of Nephralgia. 3. It helps strengthen the immune system of tumor patients who have received radiotherapy, chemotherapy or surgery. It is remarkable for stabilizing the hemogram, increasing the blood cells and protein for producing blood plasma and for eliminating side- effects after various therapies. Furthermore, the product is a synergist for reinforcing the efficacy of radiotherapy 4. It provides remarkable benefits for various Climatic Age Illness, Impotence, Emission, Neurasthenia, Rheumatoid arthritis, Cirrhosis, flabby waist and knees. 5. It is also effective in lowering the lipoproteinemia level, and in preventing Arterio-Sclerosis and Coronary heart disease, as well as certain other diseases related to blood vessels of the brain. 6. It helps stimulate the immune system of the elderly and strengthens their resistance to illness. Frequent dosage can prevent senile disorders. 7. Aging is due to the insufficient secretion of sexual hormones. Cordyceps Sinensis is, in this regard, a hormone stimulator. Moreover, the aging effect is to a large extent attributed to the rise of active monoamine oxidize enzyme inside the body and Cordyceps Sinensis can effectively inhibit the increase of such an enzyme. Thus, it is an anti-aging medicine which helps regenerate the organic functioning of humans. After a three-week dose, patients with the aforesaid symptoms may feel improvement. In general, this product is a tonic good for bodily nourishment and for stimulating brain activity. Long-term use can strengthen the body, improve organic functioning, strengthen the immune system and in turn, help bring longevity.
8 Feb 2010
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Hi, I am Raymond from Nigeria and I came to India for my mother’s cardiac Pacemaker implant surgery in Ahmadabad. My mother was suffering from arrhythmias. My doctor referred me to Forerunners Healthcare consultants. It’s the best medical services consultant in India offering service at low cost. My mother was treated at a good cardiac hospital. Forerunners Healthcare consultants made all the arrangement for us, from consulting a cardiac surgeon till the treatment was done. After undergoing many tests the doctor conformed that my mother needs to get a cardiac failure device implant. Then I agreed for Pacemaker implant. Post Pacemaker implant surgery my mother was there in the hospitals for 2 days in another room. They took care of my mom in a holistic manner and she was ready to go home after that. I really appreciate Forerunners Healthcare consultants for providing us such a nice service away from our home country. And now my mother’s life has changed a lot. She is living a normal life as before without any complication. The Cardiac Hospital was equipped with all the modern amenities and latest technical gadgets for successful treatment. Cardiac surgeons who performed Pacemaker implant surgery were highly experienced and renowned. For further information contact at, www.forerunnershealthcare.com or mail your queries at enquiryforerunnershealthcare.com or call us at: +91-9371136499, +91- 9860755000 (International) / + 1-415-599-2537 (USA) / +44-20-8133-2571 (UK) Thank You! Raymond, Nigeria
18 Jul 2010
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http://www.highbloodpressurearticles.com/high-blood-pressure-medications.html The wide range of antihypertensives in the market is likely to confuse the patient. How do they differ from one another? What is the best one for you? The following guide will hopefully give you a better understanding of these drugs and make things easier for you. Diuretics are the earliest drugs for hypertension that have been around since 1957. Many doctors prescribe them first and over 15 million Americans use them. They lower blood pressure by increasing the rate at which sodium and water are eliminated from the body. The main advantage of diuretics is their low price. Patients don't' have to spend much while using them. The bad news is that they have a lot of side effects. One man in three who take diuretics becomes impotent. These agents often raise blood sugar (which, however, returns to normal when you stop the drug). They elevate uric acid levels in the blood, and a high uric acid causes gout so that if you're vulnerable, you may wake up one morning with a big red, swollen, painful toe. They can upset an empty stomach (so always have your diuretic with food or milk). And then there's the matter of voiding. Diuretics are usually taken once a day, either with breakfast or at bedtime. A morning dose will keep you 'running' all day; taken at bedtime you're likely to get up every hour or so during the night to empty your bladder, said Dr. Isadore Rosenfeld of the New York Hospital - Memorial Sloan - Kettering Cancer Center in The Best Treatment. But that's not all. While increasing the elimination of salt and water from the body, diuretics may rob you of valuable minerals like potassium and magnesium. This can leave you weak and confused. Low potassium levels, a condition called hypokalemia, have been linked to arrhythmias or irregular heart beats. Researchers believe this was the cause of death of some male hypertensive patients in Australia who received diuretics without potassium supplementation. On the basis of this and other findings, Dr. Hamid Ikram, head of the Department of Cardiology at the Princess Margaret Hospital in Christchurch, New Zealand said that diuretic therapy may shorten lifespan. There are other ways in which diuretics can make life miserable for you. While they can effectively lower blood pressure, they do not decrease the incidence of heart attacks. This is probably because diuretics have the nasty ability of raising the blood's cholesterol level, making the patient susceptible to heart disease.
6 Jul 2012
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The Festive season is one of the busiest for A&E departments with more than 80,000 injuries, pushing the monthly average number of accidents in the UK to its highest level¹. Injuries range from burns sustained from lighting the Christmas pudding to electrocutions from fairy lights and, while they may add a bizarre twist to the statistics, they are still very serious and, in some cases, result in death¹. Instant first aid intervention might prevent these deaths – and would certainly reduce the severity of the injuries but, the chances are that anyone present when the accident occurred wouldn’t have a clue about what to do. The UK is one of the lowest-ranking countries in Europe when it comes to knowledge on how to administer first aid. Fewer than four out of 10 Brits would know what to do if they saw someone have an accident or suffer a heart attack. This compares extremely unfavourably with the 80% of people in Germany and Scandinavia who possess first aid skills as a direct result of first aid training which is an integral part of both the school curriculum and vehicle driving test. No-one knows better the importance of encouraging more Brits to learn how to save a life than Beth Chesney-Evans whose son, Guy, died in a motorbike accident when he was just 17. The teenager suffered no injuries at all but died because he stopped breathing. According to the pathologist at the inquest, Guy’s heart probably stopped due to an undiagnosed heart arrhythmia, which no-one knew anything about. Similar to the condition that caused Bolton Wanderers player, Fabrice Muamba, to collapse in front of millions of TV viewers on the football pitch, arrhythmia causes the heart to beat irregularly, which can lead to sudden cardiac arrest. Maumba touched the lives of millions and he was fortunate that expert help was available to keep him alive. In Guy’s case, the three friends riding with him at the time hadn’t had any first aid training themselves, weren’t given any first aid instructions by the emergency services and had to stand there as he died. They are not alone. It is estimated that that as many as 140,000 lives might be savedeach year if someone with the necessary training was able to offer instant first aid 2. Beth is a fierce campaigner for making first aid training an integral part of the school curriculum as in Wales and Northern Ireland, and for making it a compulsory part of the driving test. “First aid is a vital life skill and we’re failing our young people if we don’t give them the chance to learn it. For Guy’s sake, I’m determined to carry on campaigning to ensure this happens,” says Beth. Beth also works closely with St John Ambulance and last April, she helped the charity to launch the first All Party Parliamentary Group for First Aid. The APPG’s key focus is practical - offering free first aid training to MPs and, on the 4th of December, a group of MPs will qualify as fully trained first aiders. It is hoped this will encourage people in their constituencies and around the country to follow their lead. The APPG will also aim to find the most effective way to ensure as many people as possible have the skills to save a life. Sir Bob Russell, Chair of the All Party Group for First Aid (sponsored and supported by global pharmaceutical company Boehringer Ingelheim) said: “First aid organisations such as St John Ambulance and the Red Cross have a vital role to play in reducing the number of unnecessary deaths due to a lack of first aid. Only last month in Parliament someone collapsed in the viewing area when the Parliamentary nurse was not on duty and no one really knew what to do. These newly-trained MPs will ensure this doesn’t happen again and, more importantly, are the first step in ensuring we become a nation of life savers.”
7 Dec 2012
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