After being neglected by local doctors, I took control of my health care and found the perfect operation to correct my congenital aortic stenosis. I had a Ross Procedure on November 10, 2006 which saved my life at the age of 34. My case should be encouragement for others to act as their own advocate. I feel better than I've ever felt in my life and I am on NO MEDICATION. NO COUMADIN.
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At the moment, there's no cure for a broken heart. Once your heart muscle is damaged by a heart attack, it can never fully recover. But there is hope.
We're funding Dr Tim Chico and his team at the MRC Centre for Developmental and Biomedical Genetics. Here they explain the science behind our Appeal.
We need to spend £50 million to fund groundbreaking research that could begin to literally 'mend broken hearts' in as little as ten years time.
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Firefighters are heroes in their communities. They risk their own lives tackling flames to keep us all safe. But the biggest risk they face on duty is not the fire itself.
The biggest risk is having a heart attack.
That's why a ground-breaking BHF-funded research project at the University of Edinburgh is looking at the combined effects of exposure to 'extreme air pollution', heat and physical stress on the hearts of firefighters while tackling fires.
The unique partnership between BHF-funded scientists and Lothian and Borders Fire Service will shed new light on the link between firefighting and heart attacks.
Decker Weiss, N.D., a Naturopathic Cardiologist, discusses a naturopathic approach to heart disease. Dr. Weiss says only a very small percentage of people who have heart disease have a genetic cause behind the disease. He says inflammation and lifestyle habits lead to cardiovascular disease, which he describes as an imbalance in one of body's repair mechanisms.
UPDATE: 6/1/2015 After my feet continuing to swell for almost a year I got health insurance and went to the doctor and did an EKG, blood work, etc. & showed no signs of something wrong. I decided to go to the cardiologist and they did an echocardiogram & stress test. My heart was functioned at 100%, no enlargement, blockages, etc. However they discovered I was born with a bicuspid aortic valve. You suppose to have a tricuspid valve. Next they are going to do a CatScan to see if there is calcification of my aorta. There is probably leakage so the reason for the edema. Overall I'm happy to know what is going on.
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Why do cardiologists get sued, and how do heart patients get injured? A study of 429 closed cardiology malpractice claims by The Doctors Company, the nation’s largest physician-owned medical malpractice insurer, revealed the most common patient allegations in these claims and the most common factors that contribute to patient injury. The goal of the study was to alert physicians and patients to the most common risks and areas for improved patient safety.
According to the study, diagnostic-related issues are the main reason cardiologists are sued and the top cause of patient injury. In 25 percent of claims, patients alleged failure to diagnose, delay in diagnosis, or wrong diagnosis. The other top allegations included improper management of treatment and improper performance of surgery.
The top factor contributing to patient injury was issues with patient assessment, including failure to establish a differential diagnosis. The other top factors were:
• Technical performance, including injuries that were known complications.
• Patient factors, including patient nonadherence with the treatment plan.
• Selection and management of therapy, including inappropriate surgical procedure.
• Communication among providers, including failure to review the medical record.
• Communication between patient/family and provider, including inadequate patient education on the risks of medications.
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