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Best Cleveland Clinic Heart podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Cleveland Clinic Heart podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Tune in for practical health advice from Cleveland Clinic experts. What's really the healthiest diet for you? How can you safely recover after a heart attack? Can you boost your immune system? Cleveland Clinic a nonprofit, multispecialty academic medical center and the No. 2-ranked hospital in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. Our experts offer trusted advice on health, wellness and nutrition for the whole family. Our podcasts are for informational purposes only and should not be relie ...
 
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What happens when an athlete has COVID-19? How does it impact the cardiovascular and cardiopulmonary fitness of the athlete? Dr. Michael Emery and Dr. Tamanna Singh, Co-Directors of the Cleveland Clinic Sports Cardiology Center, discuss the effects of COVID-19 and recommendations for return to sports. Dr. Singh and Dr. Emery highlight the expert an…
 
Dr. Anter talks about his experience working with Dr. Mark Josephson, a pioneer in the field of electrophysiology. He describes the challenges of ventricular tachycardia ablation, particularly in the setting of heart failure, current research addressing these challenges, and his vision for ventricular tachycardia care in the future.…
 
Dr. Steven Nissen talks with Dr. Jaikirshan Khatri about complex coronary interventions. Patients who are not candidates for coronary artery bypass surgery due to other co-existing conditions may still be a candidate for an interventional procedure.By Cleveland Clinic Heart & Vascular Institute
 
New primary prevention guidelines for women addresses both risk factors unique to women, such as autoimmune disorders and pregnancy related factors, as well as differences in traditional risk factors such as hypertension, diabetes and hyperlipidemia. The new guidelines also covers topics that have been debated over the years such as hormone replace…
 
Michael Crawford, MS, Manager of Cardiac Rehabilitation at Cleveland Clinic and certified exercise physiologist answers questions about high intensity interval training (HIIT). Mike provided guidance on who should or should not participate in HIIT, what it involves, and things to keep in mind if you are considering this type of exercise.…
 
Samir Kapadia, MD, Chairman, Department of Cardiovascular Medicine and Amar Krishnaswamy MD, Section Head, Interventional Cardiology talks about what is new in tricuspid valve treatment. They answer questions:What happens with tricuspid valve disease or a leaking tricuspid valve?What are the symptoms of tricuspid valve regurgitation (TR) and what c…
 
Part 2 of this Aorta Disease program provides answers to questions about medical therapy; exercise advice; when should you have surgery; risks and benefits of surgery; and types of surgery available. Questions are answered by Aorta Center directors Dr. Eric Roselli and Dr. Milind Desai.By Cleveland Clinic Heart & Vascular Institute
 
The Convergent Procedure is a combination of minimally invasive surgical treatment with catheter ablation to provide the best results for patients with persistent atrial fibrillation. The recent CONVERGE trial results are discussed, followed by the highlights and considerations regarding management of patients with advanced atrial fibrillation.…
 
This two part program answers all your questions about Aorta Disease. Part 1 includes concerns about COVID-19; types of aortic aneurysm disease and dissection, risk factors; symptoms; diagnostic testing and monitoring. Questions are answered by Aorta Center directors Dr. Eric Roselli and Dr. Milind Desai .…
 
Lead extraction requires the knowledge of three key factors that contribute to the success of this procedure. Number one is lead preparation, understanding the lead properties; second is controlled sheath advancement prior to counter traction; and last, prepare for rescue. This talk was presented at the Cleveland Clinic’s 2019 Gobal EP Summit. We l…
 
Dr. Lee Kirksey, Vascular Surgeon and Vice Chairman of Vascular Surgery talks with staff vascular surgeon Dr. David Hardy , vascular medicine specialist and director of the vascular lab, Dr. Natalia Fendrikova Mahlay and imaging/diagnostic radiology specialist Dr.Paul Schoenhagen about vascular imaging. They answer common questions about what tests…
 
A case presentation of a 63 yo male with history of myocardial infarction provides the setting for this talk on scar related ventricular tachycardia. Discussion includes the mechanism behind this arrhythmia, the role of ICD along with ablation, timing of VT ablation, and innovative strategies in both imaging and ablation to improve outcomes. This t…
 
Michael Crawford, MS, Manager of Cardiac Rehabilitation at Cleveland Clinic and certified exercise physiologist talks about how to get back to activity after heart surgery – starting with what you can do in the hospital moving to home, cardiac rehabilitation - and back to the activities you enjoy . He answers common questions patients often ask the…
 
Dr. Steven Nissen talks with Dr. Jaikirshan Khatri about high risk coronary intervention. This includes complex patients at high risk for coronary artery bypass surgery, including those with left main coronary disease, those with chronic total occlusions, and those requiring supported percutaneous interventions. Dr. Khatri discusses imaging and new…
 
The Cleveland Clinic Heart, Vascular and Thoracic Institute is resuming patient care services. As we move forward it is so important that patients and caregivers understand that their health and safety remains our top priority. We are seeing patients in our outpatient clinics, performing procedures and providing virtual visits based on patient need…
 
Atrial fibrillation is a progressive disease that changes over time. It requires different goals of therapy, ablation strategies, and timing of ablation for the best outcomes. This talk was presented at the Cleveland Clinic’s 2019 Gobal EP Summit. We look forward to Global EP Summit 2020 in September. Speaker: Ayman Hussein, MD, staff cardiologist,…
 
Patients with heart failure have many questions about COVID-19 including their risk for getting COVID, damage to the heart from COVID, information in the news about heart failure medications, concerns about going to the doctor during this time, red flag symptoms, and how patients with heart failure can stay healthy during this time. Dr. Jerry Estep…
 
Dr. Venu Menon, Section Head of Clinical Cardiology and Director of the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit (CICU) at Cleveland Clinic talks with Dr. Paul Cremer and Dr. Penelope Rampersad about Advances in Cardiac Critical Care. Beginning with a historical look at CCU care, Dr. Menon reflects on the changes in critical care over the years. This is followe…
 
A new study called, ISCHEMIA (International Study of Comparative Health Effectiveness With Medical and Invasive Approaches) looked at medical management vs. invasive treatment (angioplasty or bypass surgery) in patients with stable angina. The study hoped to answer the questions: Does invasive treatment prevent heart attack or other bad endpoints? …
 
Innovations in cardiac pacing, including new strategies and emerging data, presented within the context of an interesting case presentation. Topics covered include pacing induced cardiomyopathy, pace mapping, His bundle vs. RV pacing, selective vs. non-selective HBP, CRT and leadless pacing. This talk was presented at the Cleveland Clinic’s 2019 Go…
 
Dr. Tara Karamlou, pediatric heart surgeon, Department of Pediatric and Congenital Heart Surgery and Cardiovascular Surgery Department and Dr. Eugene Blackstone, head of Clinical Investigations at the Sydell and Arnold Miller Family Heart, Vascular & Thoracic Institute at Cleveland Clinic provides data and research opportunities to help answer the …
 
In honor of Valve Disease Awareness Day, valve specialists Dr. Paul Cremer and Dr. Christine Jellis answer questions from our listeners about selection of valves, timing of surgery, non-surgical options, anticoagulation, atrial fibrillation, and what you should know about infection prevention.By Cleveland Clinic Heart & Vascular Institute
 
Dr. Thomas Fagan, interventional cardiologist in the Department of Pediatric Cardiology at Cleveland Clinic, discusses interventional options, such as PDA and RVOT shunt placements, as alternatives to surgery. The talk was presented at the Cleveland Clinic’s 4th Annual Advances in Pediatric and Congenital Heart Summit focused on Congenitally Correc…
 
Dr. Lee Kirksey, Vascular Surgeon and Vice Chairman of Vascular Surgery talks with staff vascular surgeons Dr. David Hardy and Dr. Francis Caputo about mesenteric ischemia, also called intestinal ischemic syndrome. This condition is caused by decreased blood flow to the blood vessels in the bowel. Drs. Kirksey, Hardy and Caputo talk about symptoms,…
 
Dr. Hani Najm, Chairman of Pediatric and Congenital Heart Surgery, at Cleveland Clinic, discusses septation in Congenitally Corrected Transposition of the Great Arteries, including perceived contraindications to septation and the best approach to address these complex anomalies. The talk was presented at the Cleveland Clinic’s 4th Annual Advances i…
 
Dr. Alistair Phillips, pediatric heart surgeon, Department of Pediatric and Congenital Heart Surgery at Cleveland Clinic, presents considerations in use of ventricular assist devices in patients with Congenitally Corrected Transposition of the Great Arteries. The talk was presented at the Cleveland Clinic’s 4th Annual Advances in Pediatric and Cong…
 
Do you want to learn more about how what you eat affects your risk for heart and vascular disease? Dr. Steven Nissen, Chief Academic Officer, Chief Academic Officer, Sydell and Arnold Miller Family Heart & Vascular talks with Dr. Stan Hazen, Co-Section Head, Preventive Cardiology and researcher about gut bacteria and how it relates to cardiovascula…
 
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