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Love Your Heart: A Cleveland Clinic Podcast

Cleveland Clinic Heart & Vascular Institute

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Love Your Heart: A Cleveland Clinic Podcast
Love Your Heart: A Cleveland Clinic Podcast

Love Your Heart: A Cleveland Clinic Podcast

Cleveland Clinic Heart & Vascular Institute

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A Cleveland Clinic podcast to help you learn more about heart and vascular disease and conditions affecting your chest. We explore prevention, diagnostic tests, medical and surgical treatments, new innovations and more.

Latest Episodes

How 3D Printing is Helping Heart Care

Dr. Steven Nissen, Chief Academic Officer, Sydell and Arnold Miller Family Heart & Vascular Institute talks with Dr. Serg Harb, about 3D Printing of the heart: How are 3D heart models created? How are they used by cardiologists and surgeons? What are the limitations? What will the future bring?

11 MIN2 d ago
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How 3D Printing is Helping Heart Care

Healthcare Disparity – A physician and patient perspective

Dr. Lee Kirksey, Vascular Surgeon and Vice Chairman of Vascular Surgery is joined by Dr. Umesh Khot, Section Head, Regional Cardiology and Director of Quality in the Heart and Vascular Institute and patient Herb Pleasant to talk about health care disparities. Together they cover issues related to minority and lower socio-economic disparities and the need to develop trust in the health care system to initiate care. It is important to identify risk factors earlier in life, establish a diagnosis and treatment plan, and find a doctor who is willing to work together with the patient to adjust together. Herb also talks about the role of family in health care decisions and motivation. This presentation provides insight into both the patient and physician perspectives.

18 MIN1 w ago
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Healthcare Disparity – A physician and patient perspective

Treatment of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS)

Dr. Lee Kirksey, Vascular Surgeon and Vice Chairman of Vascular Surgery talks with Dr. David Hardy, Department of Vascular Surgery about thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS). This condition often occurs in athletes. The physicians discuss the need for quick treatment; diagnostic testing; treatment of venous occlusion in thoracic outlet syndrome including thrombolysis, thrombectomy and/or rib resection; and recovery including protocols to get back to an active lifestyle.

15 MIN2 w ago
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Treatment of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS)

Bariatric (Metabolic) Surgery and Cardiovascular Health

Dr. Steven Nissen, Chief Academic Officer, Chief Academic Officer, Sydell and Arnold Miller Family Heart & Vascular Institute discusses the benefits of metabolic (also called bariatric) surgery with surgeon Ali Aminian from the Bariatric and Metabolic Institute. Dr. Aminian recently published a paper on the long term cardiovascular outcomes of metabolic surgery on patients with type 2 diabetes and obesity. Dr. Aminian describes the study, primary outcomes (all-cause mortality, coronary artery events, cerebrovascular events, heart failure, nephropathy, and atrial fibrillation), results of this study, and what this means for future care of patients. Dr. Aminian also reviews who is a candidate for this type of surgery, types of bariatric surgery, risks and benefits of surgery, and factors leading to lifelong success.

12 MIN3 w ago
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Bariatric (Metabolic) Surgery and Cardiovascular Health

Your drug has been recalled – what do you do?

Dr. Steven Nissen, Chief Academic Officer, Chief Academic Officer, Sydell and Arnold Miller Family Heart & Vascular Institute talks with Dr. Jerry Estep, Section Head of the George M. and Linda H. Kaufman Center for Heart Failure Treatment and Recovery and Brad Williams Pharm D, pharmacy specialist for heart failure about what to do when your medication has been recalled. In the light of several heart failure medications being recalled, these two experts provide advice and resources all patients on medications should know.

5 MINOCT 22
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Your drug has been recalled – what do you do?

What is Sports Cardiology?

Dr. Steven Nissen, Chief Academic Officer, Sydell and Arnold Miller Family Heart & Vascular Institute and Dr. Dermot Phelan, Director of Sports Cardiology Center at Cleveland Clinic talk about sports cardiology. Both professional athletes and weekend warriors who are recently diagnosed with heart disease or who have undergone a procedure and want to return to play or sport can benefit. Dr. Phelan talks about the changes that occur normally with athletes depending on the type of sport and how to continue to play or return to play safely.

7 MINOCT 17
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What is Sports Cardiology?

Resistant Hypertension and Cardiac Rehabilitation

Luke Laffin, MD, Medical Director of Cardiac Rehabilitation and cardiologist in the Section of Preventive Cardiology at Cleveland Clinic talks about two related abstracts recently presented at the American Heart Association’s Hypertension Scientific Sessions focused on resistant hypertension in a cardiac rehabilitation program. Dr. Laffin defines resistant hypertension, the prevalence of resistant hypertension in a cardiac rehabilitation setting, factors associated with patients who have resistant hypertension, and lessons learned about this patient population.

5 MINOCT 8
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Resistant Hypertension and Cardiac Rehabilitation

Treatment of Venous Occlusion and Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Dr. Lee Kirksey, Vascular Surgeon and Vice Chairman of Vascular Surgery talks with Dr. David Hardy, Department of Vascular Surgery about thoracic outlet syndrome. This condition often occurs in athletes. The physicians discuss the need for quick treatment; diagnostic testing; treatment of venous occlusion in thoracic outlet syndrome including thrombolysis, thrombectomy and/or rib resection; and recovery including protocols to get back to an active lifestyle.

15 MINOCT 1
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Treatment of Venous Occlusion and Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Natural ways to lower blood pressure

Luke Laffin, MD, Medical Director of Cardiac Rehabilitation and cardiologist in the Section of Preventive Cardiology at Cleveland Clinic tells us about natural ways to lower blood pressure. These tips will help you stay off medications or lessen the amount of medications you need to take to control blood pressure.

7 MINSEP 24
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Natural ways to lower blood pressure

Radiation Heart Disease

Cardiologist Dr. Milind Desai and surgeon Dr. Doug Johnston, both experts in radiation heart disease discuss a paper that was recently published entitled, “Prevention, Diagnosis, and Management of Radiation-Associated Cardiac Disease.” This expert panel highlights the unique aspects of radiation heart disease and the importance of individualizing care. The paper includes recommendations for diagnostic testing to plan treatment and the various treatment options available. Patients and their physicians need to gather a complete profile, set realistic expectations and plan an individualized treatment plan. An experienced radiation heart disease team is required to make the best decision for this patient population to achieve best outcomes.

16 MINSEP 17
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Radiation Heart Disease

Latest Episodes

How 3D Printing is Helping Heart Care

Dr. Steven Nissen, Chief Academic Officer, Sydell and Arnold Miller Family Heart & Vascular Institute talks with Dr. Serg Harb, about 3D Printing of the heart: How are 3D heart models created? How are they used by cardiologists and surgeons? What are the limitations? What will the future bring?

11 MIN2 d ago
Comments
How 3D Printing is Helping Heart Care

Healthcare Disparity – A physician and patient perspective

Dr. Lee Kirksey, Vascular Surgeon and Vice Chairman of Vascular Surgery is joined by Dr. Umesh Khot, Section Head, Regional Cardiology and Director of Quality in the Heart and Vascular Institute and patient Herb Pleasant to talk about health care disparities. Together they cover issues related to minority and lower socio-economic disparities and the need to develop trust in the health care system to initiate care. It is important to identify risk factors earlier in life, establish a diagnosis and treatment plan, and find a doctor who is willing to work together with the patient to adjust together. Herb also talks about the role of family in health care decisions and motivation. This presentation provides insight into both the patient and physician perspectives.

18 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Healthcare Disparity – A physician and patient perspective

Treatment of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS)

Dr. Lee Kirksey, Vascular Surgeon and Vice Chairman of Vascular Surgery talks with Dr. David Hardy, Department of Vascular Surgery about thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS). This condition often occurs in athletes. The physicians discuss the need for quick treatment; diagnostic testing; treatment of venous occlusion in thoracic outlet syndrome including thrombolysis, thrombectomy and/or rib resection; and recovery including protocols to get back to an active lifestyle.

15 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Treatment of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS)

Bariatric (Metabolic) Surgery and Cardiovascular Health

Dr. Steven Nissen, Chief Academic Officer, Chief Academic Officer, Sydell and Arnold Miller Family Heart & Vascular Institute discusses the benefits of metabolic (also called bariatric) surgery with surgeon Ali Aminian from the Bariatric and Metabolic Institute. Dr. Aminian recently published a paper on the long term cardiovascular outcomes of metabolic surgery on patients with type 2 diabetes and obesity. Dr. Aminian describes the study, primary outcomes (all-cause mortality, coronary artery events, cerebrovascular events, heart failure, nephropathy, and atrial fibrillation), results of this study, and what this means for future care of patients. Dr. Aminian also reviews who is a candidate for this type of surgery, types of bariatric surgery, risks and benefits of surgery, and factors leading to lifelong success.

12 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Bariatric (Metabolic) Surgery and Cardiovascular Health

Your drug has been recalled – what do you do?

Dr. Steven Nissen, Chief Academic Officer, Chief Academic Officer, Sydell and Arnold Miller Family Heart & Vascular Institute talks with Dr. Jerry Estep, Section Head of the George M. and Linda H. Kaufman Center for Heart Failure Treatment and Recovery and Brad Williams Pharm D, pharmacy specialist for heart failure about what to do when your medication has been recalled. In the light of several heart failure medications being recalled, these two experts provide advice and resources all patients on medications should know.

5 MINOCT 22
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Your drug has been recalled – what do you do?

What is Sports Cardiology?

Dr. Steven Nissen, Chief Academic Officer, Sydell and Arnold Miller Family Heart & Vascular Institute and Dr. Dermot Phelan, Director of Sports Cardiology Center at Cleveland Clinic talk about sports cardiology. Both professional athletes and weekend warriors who are recently diagnosed with heart disease or who have undergone a procedure and want to return to play or sport can benefit. Dr. Phelan talks about the changes that occur normally with athletes depending on the type of sport and how to continue to play or return to play safely.

7 MINOCT 17
Comments
What is Sports Cardiology?

Resistant Hypertension and Cardiac Rehabilitation

Luke Laffin, MD, Medical Director of Cardiac Rehabilitation and cardiologist in the Section of Preventive Cardiology at Cleveland Clinic talks about two related abstracts recently presented at the American Heart Association’s Hypertension Scientific Sessions focused on resistant hypertension in a cardiac rehabilitation program. Dr. Laffin defines resistant hypertension, the prevalence of resistant hypertension in a cardiac rehabilitation setting, factors associated with patients who have resistant hypertension, and lessons learned about this patient population.

5 MINOCT 8
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Resistant Hypertension and Cardiac Rehabilitation

Treatment of Venous Occlusion and Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Dr. Lee Kirksey, Vascular Surgeon and Vice Chairman of Vascular Surgery talks with Dr. David Hardy, Department of Vascular Surgery about thoracic outlet syndrome. This condition often occurs in athletes. The physicians discuss the need for quick treatment; diagnostic testing; treatment of venous occlusion in thoracic outlet syndrome including thrombolysis, thrombectomy and/or rib resection; and recovery including protocols to get back to an active lifestyle.

15 MINOCT 1
Comments
Treatment of Venous Occlusion and Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Natural ways to lower blood pressure

Luke Laffin, MD, Medical Director of Cardiac Rehabilitation and cardiologist in the Section of Preventive Cardiology at Cleveland Clinic tells us about natural ways to lower blood pressure. These tips will help you stay off medications or lessen the amount of medications you need to take to control blood pressure.

7 MINSEP 24
Comments
Natural ways to lower blood pressure

Radiation Heart Disease

Cardiologist Dr. Milind Desai and surgeon Dr. Doug Johnston, both experts in radiation heart disease discuss a paper that was recently published entitled, “Prevention, Diagnosis, and Management of Radiation-Associated Cardiac Disease.” This expert panel highlights the unique aspects of radiation heart disease and the importance of individualizing care. The paper includes recommendations for diagnostic testing to plan treatment and the various treatment options available. Patients and their physicians need to gather a complete profile, set realistic expectations and plan an individualized treatment plan. An experienced radiation heart disease team is required to make the best decision for this patient population to achieve best outcomes.

16 MINSEP 17
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Radiation Heart Disease
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