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  • Risk Factors for Heart Disease can be Controlled
    Many of the risk factors for heart disease are related to lifestyle and environmental factors and are typically labeled uncontrollable (non-modifiable) or controllable (modifiable). These can be conditions, personal traits and lifestyles that contribute to atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), which causes coronary artery disease.
    http://heart-disease.health-choices-net.com/Preventing-Heart-Disease.html
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  • The Meaning of Abnormal EKG Results
    Many physicians recommend EKGs as a preventative-screening tool for those with a family history of heart disease. While a healthy person does not need an EKG as a part of an annual exam, many physicians will recommend an EKG if they have concerns. If a patient complains of chest pain, palpitations or other indicators of heart problems, the physician will likely recommend an immediate EKG test. Depending on the severity of the situation, your doctor may refer you to a local testing center immediately or ask you to schedule the next available appointment.
    http://e-ekg.com
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  • The New and Improved Cholesterol Ratio
    In the past, doctors have focused on the ratio of our good cholesterol (HDL) to our total cholesterol but, in today's medical community, there is growing consensus that a closer look at bad cholesterol (LDL) is our best management tool.
    http://www.healthguidance.org
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  • The Role of Rhythm Strips for Interpreting EKGs
    Each time the heart beats it emits electrical currents. An electrocardiogram (EKG) is a method in which electrodes are attached at various points on the body. These electrodes are attached to wires that are attached to the EKG machine. The electrodes send waves and impulses to the machine that amplifies the results on a monitor and prints them onto graph paper. Heart rates and palpitations are commonly diagnosed from the EKG results.
    http://e-ekg.com
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  • Treatments Available for Atrial Fibrillation
    As we age, we experience a number of changes in the way our bodies function. Attributing these things to age may be correct in some cases; however these experiences also may be a sign of a more serious condition called atrial fibrillation.
    http://mjhcardiology.org/pacemakers_icd_ablations.php
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  • What To Expect After Coronary Bypass Surgery
    If someone's doctor informs him that his coronary arteries (the arteries that provide blood flow to the heart) are severely blocked, he may need to undergo coronary bypass surgery. Also known as coronary artery bypass grafting, this surgical procedure diverts blood flow around a section of blocked or diseased artery. According to the American Heart Association, more than half a million of these operations are performed every year.
    http://www.caring.com/articles/coronary-bypass-surgery-recovery
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