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Heart Q&A: Answers from the Experts
Duke clinicians answer a variety of questions related to atrial fibrillations, implantable devices, heart failure, and echocardiograms.
Jan. 6, 2012
Cardiac Resynchronization Devices: Q&A with Kevin Jackson, MD
Duke cardiologist Kevin Jackson, MD, answers questions about cardiac resynchronization devices.
Jan. 2, 2012
Cardiac Arrest: Know Your Role
Health professionals at Duke are working to spread a few new, common-sense guidelines for the public and emergency personnel that could save thousands of lives a year.
Sept. 27, 2011
Triangle Heart Walk: Raising Awareness for Heart Disease and Stroke
Share your story of how heart disease or stroke has affected your life and why you are participating in the walk.
Sept. 26, 2011
Patch Work: Building New Heart Tissue -- From Scratch to Patch
Duke biomedical engineers are using undifferentiated stem cells to build functioning patches of heart tissue that can directly replace damaged or malfunctioning heart-muscle cells.
July 28, 2011
Home Is Where This Heart Surgeon Is: Q&A with William Sweezer, MD
William Sweezer, MD, a cardiovascular thoracic surgeon with Duke’s nationally recognized cardiovascular program, calls Danville home.
July 12, 2011
Rhythm Master: Heart Arrhythmia Q&A with Tristram Bahnson, MD
Tristram Bahnson, MD, and his colleagues provide expert care for patients with abnormal heart rhythms.
June 14, 2011
Breath and Being: Mindfulness Meditation for Stress Management
Meditation can help recovery for heart patients.
Apr. 19, 2011
Atrial Fibrillation: Does Your Heart Flutter, Flop, or Fly?
Duke AFib specialists Tristram Bahnson, MD, Patrick Hranitzky, MD, and Tim Donahue, MD, explain the signs and dangers of atrial fibrillation.
Mar. 23, 2011
A Matter of Life and Limb: Peripheral Artery Disease
Peripheral artery disease (PAD), caused by blocked blood flow in the arteries to the legs, is detectable, treatable, and preventable.
Mar. 11, 2011
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