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Your Heart and the Big 4 Med Types to Avoid

Allergies coming on? Pain got you down? Before taking any medication to remedy the situation, always read the label, follow directions and consider the side effects. For people with heart issues, it’s especially important to know the risks of taking certain medications. If you are a heart patient, be sure to discuss all medication and … Read More

Disturbances In Your Heart: Ventricular Tachycardia (Video)

While most serious issues related to heart rhythm disturbances occur in the heart’s upper chambers, or atria, sometimes they do occur in the lower chambers, the ventricles, which are the main pumping chambers. This can cause a very rapid heartbeat called ventricular tachycardia. It’s usually caused by scarring from a heart attack or other issues … Read More

When Not to Worry About Your Irregular Heart Rhythms (Video)

We usually don’t notice the beating of our hearts unless something out of the ordinary occurs. Most people occasionally feel the sensation of extra heartbeats. While certain issues with your heart’s electrical system are concerning and serious, sometimes extra heartbeats aren’t clinically significant. Usually this occurs due to benign rhythm disturbances in the heart’s lower … Read More

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Abnormally Rapid Heartbeats May Be Present at Birth (Video)

The heart’s electrical system conducts electrical impulses between the upper and lower chamber to keep the heart beating regularly and pump blood through our bodies. However, as with any electrical system, sometimes things don’t work exactly as they should. Occasionally a pathway that isn’t normally there is formed, which basically creates an electrical “short circuit” … Read More

Wiping Out Your Heart Arrhythmias With Ablation (Video)

Your heart’s electrical system is the power source that keeps your heart beating regularly. When something goes wrong with the heart’s “wiring,” you can develop an arrhythmia, which is an irregular or abnormal heartbeat. In this white board session, Walid Saliba, MD, Director of Cleveland Clinic’s Electrophysiology Lab and Co-Director of the Ventricular Arrhythmia Center, … Read More

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Rhythm of Your Heart: Bridge Out Ahead (Video)

The heart is part of the body’s circulatory system, and just like the electrical system in a house has circuits that keep the power running through your home, our hearts have circuits that connect everything together and keep our hearts beating. If a circuit is out in your house, the whole system can be affected … Read More