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Aortic valve replacement is a type of open-heart surgery. This surgery is performed by heart surgeons to treat most commonly bicuspid valves, other congenital aortic valve disease, aortic valve stenosis and aortic valve regurgitation. Watch this full video & understand who needs Aortic valve replacement & how it is performed.
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*******www.openheartsurgeryebook**** Mat Disley Author of "Aortic Valve Replacement" - My Personal Journey talks about his experience Distributed by Tubemogul.
6 Jun 2010
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Watch woman's open heart surgery video. Get info on Supraventricular Tachycardia, SVT, Premature atrial contractions, Premature ventricular contractions, AFib & Atrial flutter help for women.
11 Apr 2009
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Woman explains how painful it was days after her open heart surgery. Share your heart surgery story now. Facts info on heart aneurysm surgery & women's heart at EmpowHer, Women's Health Online.
20 Apr 2009
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Manipal international patient care is the best Congenital Heart Treatment hospitals in India OUR TREATMENTS ARE: Healthcare Hospitals in India, Best Multi Speciality Hospitals in India, Coronary Artery Bypass Graft Surgery India , Open Heart Surgery , Valve Replacement Surgery Treatment India, Congenital Heart Treatment India, Heart Surgery, Coronary Angiography Treatment India , Coronary Artery Surgery, Obesity Bariatric Treatment India , Obesity & Bariatric Surgery , Gastric Banding Surgery in India , Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy Surgery India,
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Watch this woman's story on going home after open heart aneurysms surgery. Get facts, tips, expert videos, definitions, treatments and news on women's heart's at EmpowHer, Women's Health Online.
20 Feb 2009
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Baby orang-utan Karen, who is actually an ape, not a monkey, has a hole in her heart. She lives at San Diego Zoo where the operation took place.
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*******www.openheartsurgeryebook**** This video is about Mat Disleys journey through diagnosis of aortic stenosis and his surgery, and the eBook he wrote to help other open heart surgery patients.
22 Sep 2009
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The healthcare debate on the elderly is discussed by Russell Stahl, MD and Jay Vanston, MD concerning the open heart surgery of 83-year-old Charlie Flynn. *******www.premieresurgical****
21 Nov 2009
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my journey in open heart surgery
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We are the most best Stomach Cancer Treatment hospitals in India which cares for all kind of surgeries within the organizations FOR MORE INFO: Medical Tourism India, Best Hospitals India, Healthcare Hospitals in India, Best Multi Speciality Hospitals in India, Coronary Artery Bypass Graft Surgery India , Open Heart Surgery , Valve Replacement Surgery Treatment India, Congenital Heart Treatment India, Heart Surgery, Coronary Angiography Treatment India , Coronary Artery Surgery, Obesity Bariatric Treatment India , Obesity & Bariatric Surgery , Gastric Banding Surgery in India , Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy Surgery India, Gastric Bypass Surgery in India, Gastric Bypass Treatment, Orthopedic Specialist in India, Best Joint & Hip Replacement Hospitals India, Hip Replacement Surgery in India, Total Hip Arthroplasty Surgery, Knee Replacement Surgery in India, Arthroplasty, Liver & Kidney Transplt, Liver Transplant Treatment India,
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manipal international patient care is the leading hospitals in india taht care for Spinal Stenosis Hospitals, FOR MORE INFO: Healthcare Hospitals in India, Best Multi Speciality Hospitals in India, Coronary Artery Bypass Graft Surgery India , Open Heart Surgery , Valve Replacement Surgery Treatment India, Congenital Heart Treatment India, Heart Surgery, Coronary Angiography Treatment India , Coronary Artery Surgery, Obesity Bariatric Treatment India ,
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A nurse helps ease anxiety for patients and their loved ones before surgery. Part of "Stories of the Sharp Experience" a TV documentary produced every year at Sharp.
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discussing the practical application of Qi Gong for surgery & it's use for Quadriplegia Distributed by Tubemogul.
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How to Prepare for steps before bariatric surgery|Bypass Surgery plan Although any type of surgery can be a frightening prospect, coronary bypass surgery can bring a unique set of fears and concerns. Since any bypass is a major surgery, you’ll need to start preparing weeks in advance. Work closely with your primary doctor and your surgeon, and follow their directions to ensure that you’re physically prepared for your bypass by taking all necessary medications and tests. You’ll also need to plan ahead for transportation to and from the hospital, and prepare yourself and your home for the weeks you’ll spend recovering from the surgery. 1 Stop eating and drinking at the times directed by your doctor or surgeon. This is important to reduce the risk of nausea and vomiting from the anesthesia, which can have serious consequences if you aspirate the vomit. If you disobey the surgeon’s instructions, they will cancel the surgery. [8] Do not drink any alcohol within the 24 hours preceding your surgery. It can cause serious reactions with medications given at the hospital. 2 Pack the bag you will bring to the hospital. The hospital will provide personal care items, so you will not need to bring a toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo, soap, etc. You should not bring any valuables to the hospital with you. Leave expensive electronics at home. Pack a bag that includes:[9] Personal identification and insurance information. Emergency contact information. Comfortable, roomy clothes that you can wear both to and from the hospital. Any necessary personal items, including glasses, hearing aids and/or dentures. 3 Finalize transportation and home-care plans. Check with the person who will be taking you to the hospital, and make sure that they will arrive to pick you up on time. Also take this time to straighten and clean your home, as you will not have the energy to do this once you’ve returned from the surgery.
29 Sep 2017
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