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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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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.
9 Feb 2017
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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.
7 Sep 2009
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http://www.openheartsurgeryebook.com Mat Disley Author of "Aortic Valve Replacement" - My Personal Journey talks about his experience Distributed by Tubemogul.
6 Jun 2010
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Heart valve replacement in India at Delhi, Chennai and Mumbai can repair your diseased heart valves with most sought medical facilities. Indian cardiac surgery hospitals are providing medically safe heart valve replacement in India. Heart valve replacement is done to repair or replace the mitral or aortic valves. These valves are on the left side of the heart, which works harder than the right. They control the flow of oxygen-rich blood from the lungs to the rest of the body. Heart valve replacement is done to treat valvular heart disease. When heart valves become damaged or diseased, they may not function properly. Conditions which may cause heart valve dysfunction are valvular stenosis and valvular insufficiency (regurgitation). Heart valve replacement of heart valves involves open-heart surgery, which means that the chest is opened in the operating room and the heart is stopped for a time so that the surgeon may repair or replace the valve(s). In order to open the chest, the breastbone, or sternum, is cut in half and spread apart. The bypass machine is used to pump blood because the heart is stopped and kept still while the surgeon performs the procedure of heart valve replacement. Cardiac surgeons in India at Mumbai, Hyderabad and Bangalore are providing good medical facilities for cardiac procedures like heart valve replacement. Indian medical tourism is assisting well to get patients a successful and less price heart valve replacement in India to cure damaged heart valves. Enjoy a heart holiday vacation at Indian tourist resorts along with your heart valve replacement surgery in India at Delhi, Chennai and Mumbai. Visit http://www.forerunnershealthcare.com or mail queries at enquiryforerunnershealthcare.com
13 Sep 2008
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Arizona Heart Institute pioneers research that may offer new hope to heart failure patients. Nationally, over 3,000 people are waiting for a heart transplant – and a new lease on life. Sadly, only half of those will receive a transplant. Now, pioneering research at Arizona Heart Institute (AHI) is paving the way for how to treat congestive heart failure (CHF) patients. Called MyoCell® Muscle Stem Cell Therapy, the unique transplant procedure actually uses skeletal muscle stem cells (myoblasts) from the patient’s own body that are injected into the heart. This may create new functioning heart muscle. Arizona Heart Institute has extensive knowledge in this area, having already completed two myoblast transplantation research studies in patients suffering from congestive heart failure (CHF), the first in 2002 involving the direct injection of myoblast cells into the heart during open heart surgery, and in 2004, the nation’s first delivery of myoblast cells using a minimally invasive, catheter-based approach. To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.prnewswire.com/mnr/ahi/35313/
9 Oct 2008
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Watch video of a woman explaining how long after open heart surgery she could pick up heavy objects. Get help & facts about heart aneurysm surgery & women's heart at EmpowHer, Women's Health Online.
20 Feb 2009
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Why did this woman pick open heart surgery over Coumadin anticoagulant blood thinner medication? Get heart facts, videos, definitions, treatments & heart news at EmpowHer, Women's Health Online.
20 Feb 2009
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Ready for heart stent surgery? How did this woman mentally prepare for stent surgery? Get Dr. help & info on angioplasty/stenting, invasive, shorter recovery bypass surgery & open-heart surgery.
26 May 2009
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Learn about Luella's heart story & get info about Supraventricular Tachycardia, SVT, abnormal heart rhythms, open heart surgery, bypass surgery & women's heart advice. Visit EmpowHer for health, Women's Health Online.
20 Feb 2009
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http://www.openheartsurgeryebook.com 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. http://www.premieresurgical.com
21 Nov 2009
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During a percutaneous procedure, a catheter or tube is threaded through the skin in the groin, and into a vein to the left atrium of the heart. Here, just above the valve, a clip is used to close the mitral valve using the edge-to-edge technique. The chest is never opened during this procedure. A small delivery catheter which holds the clip is threaded through the tube all the way to the left atrium, and placed at the area where the leak originates. Once in position, the clip is then retracted to grasp and close on the valve leaflets. When the clip is closed, it brings the two leaflets together to seal the leak, thereby reducing MR. Unlike most open-heart surgeries, this procedure is performed without the need to stop the heart, and recovery time is only about two days.
24 Nov 2009
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BlazerCast for February 16, 2010: The uplifting story of a University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) biology student's power to overcome a lifelong heart condition and three open-heart surgeries is featured in the February edition of Woman's Day magazine. Jessica Martinez, a 24-year-old from Duluth, Ga., in her senior year at UAB, is included in a story about women who have survived heart disease. In the article, she explains the physical and emotional toll of undergoing three separate open-heart surgeries before turning 24. For more information, please visit main.uab.edu/Sites/MediaRelations/articles/73336/ Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/uabnews Become a fan of BlazerCast on Facebook: http://bit.ly/16MSDO
16 Feb 2010
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