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How to get the most out of angio surgery

Angio is the most common heart condition, and it affects almost everyone.It’s the most serious of all the heart conditions, but unlike many heart diseases, angio is less common.The most common cause of angiogenesis is a condition called mitral valve prolapse.Angiogenesis occurs when the heart’s blood vessels have ruptured and are leaking blood through the […]

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What are the most common types of heart surgery?

On March 5, 2017, the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute announced that it was adding two new types of surgery, the first of which will be the chest surgery called a chest bypass.This will allow patients to bypass a coronary artery and bypass the blood supply.The second type of heart operation is called the […]

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‘I’m so thankful’: Former NFL star and doctor tells CBS’ The Early Show that he is thankful to have found a ‘better way’ to live his life

HEAVEN, Ohio — A former NFL star who died of a heart defect while working as a personal trainer says he is so thankful he found a “better way” to live.In an exclusive interview with The Early, Dr. Brian Miller, the former San Francisco 49ers running back and orthopedic surgeon, shared his journey to find […]

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Heart surgery jobs are growing at a faster rate than surgical training

The demand for heart surgery has gone up by more than 1,000 per cent in the past year, according to a new report by healthcare workers’ group AAMC.The group said the surge in demand has been driven by a lack of awareness about the health risks and difficulties faced by patients who have had heart […]

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Bear heart surgery is a ‘must do’ for people with heart disease

A New York man who had surgery to treat his bear heart disease had a heart attack when he went into cardiac arrest in a hospital, according to a report.According to an ABC News report published Tuesday, a patient at New York University Medical Center was diagnosed with acute cardiomyopathy in June of 2017, and […]

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How to breastfeed without nipple implants

Posted by Polygon Staff Polygon staff member A few months ago, a woman in San Francisco had to have a nipple implant removed after a doctor prescribed them.A month later, the same woman had breast cancer removed.These women, along with many others, had all been told by doctors that they would have to have an […]

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Why The Trump administration’s Obamacare replacement is worse than the original

The Republican health care plan has been called “Obamacare 2.0” by critics who say the legislation would cut $2.6 trillion from Medicare, the nation’s largest entitlement program for the elderly and disabled.But it’s more than just a Medicare cut.The plan would eliminate a provision of the ACA that provides states with a block grant to […]

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Which Philadelphia Heart Surgery is the Best?

FourFour Two Philadelphia Heart surgery is the best of all possible worlds: the best possible outcome, the best treatment, and the best care.But in some ways, that can be hard to accept.A new study suggests that there is a large disparity in outcomes between the two types of surgeries, with some patients reporting better outcomes […]

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Why are heart surgeries so expensive? 2.8% of U.S. hospitals report operating costs that are more than 10 times the median wage.

Health insurance companies are making it cheaper for people to have heart surgeries, even if the surgery is a risky procedure.And hospitals are increasingly using artificial hearts that have sensors and computerized algorithms to diagnose problems before a patient is rushed to the operating room.But while most patients get the heart surgery they need, heart […]

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When you have a fake heart surgery

A heart surgeon in Australia is offering a $15,000 discount to anyone who can show they have had artificial heart surgery and has a $50,000 scar.The surgery is for a patient with a rare genetic condition called “plaque refractory congenital insufficiency” (PRCID), which causes blood vessels in the heart to swell and become damaged.PRCIDs have […]

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