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New Device Boasts Minimally Invasive Heart Repair

As the nation’s leading provider of holter monitors, and cardiac monitoring equipment, we were thrilled to learn about an exciting new technological advancement out of Harvard.  Heart patients may one day benefit from a new surgical catheterizing technology developed by

Surprising Facts About Women’s Heart Disease

  Plenty has been written about the facts and figures pertaining to heart disease. Unfortunately, the majority of studies look at populations of men, not women. A reorientation is taking place in the medical media, which means many professionals are

Build Heart Health With Mindfulness

  People sometimes say that it is all in your mind. When it comes to cardiac health, there is some truth to that. A growing body of evidence increasingly suggests a link between a healthy heart and a mental state

Is Coffee Good For Your Heart?

We have some potentially great news for coffee drinkers! Preliminary research findings presented at the 2017 scientific sessions of the American Heart Association showed that drinking coffee can actually help lower your risk of heart failure and stroke.  While carrying

Understanding Heart Transplants

A heart transplant is the process of removing a damaged, or failing heart organ from an individual, and replacing it with a healthier heart. According to the World Health Organization, over 5000 heart transplants take place each year around the

What is Angina?

Also known as angina pectoris; angina is basically chest pressure or pain that occurs when the heart muscle fails to get enough oxygen-rich blood. This pain can also occur in other parts of your body including the arms, shoulders, back,

Cardiomyopathy Explained

Cardiomyopathy is a weakened muscle within the heart. It causes the muscle to fail to meet the needs of the individual’s body. This includes pumping the blood that has been oxygenated out to the rest of the body, and the

What Is Hypertension?

Figures from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) show that nearly one third of the American population (about 75 million people) are suffering from hypertension or high blood pressure (HBP). As the name suggests, this condition is characterized

What is Cardiac Arrhythmia?

According the Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention (CDC), atrial fibrillation (AFib or AF), which is the most common type of cardiac arrhythmia, is responsible for more than 750,000 hospital admissions and about 130,000 deaths every year in America. Additionally,

What Does My Blood Pressure Reading Mean?

Certainly you don’t need a holter monitor company to tell you that high blood pressure isn’t a good thing – it can lead to heart failure, damage to the arteries, stroke, kidney failure and can even be a cause of dementia.

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