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Care Tips After Coronary Angiography

13 July, 2019
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The treatment for a health condition does not stop at a procedure. It rather begins with it. You will see the results only after providing proper care. This holds true for all medical tests, procedures or surgeries. Similarly, care after coronary angiography is of foremost concern to doctors and patients. In this article, we will …

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Indian Diet after Angioplasty: What to eat and what to avoid

27 March, 2018
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A well-maintained diet after angioplasty plays a crucial role in the process of recovery after an angioplasty procedure. When a person experiences coronary artery disease, the arteries or the corridors in the heart may totally or partially be obstructed by a sticky material called plaque (made up of cholesterol). This medical condition is called atherosclerosis, …

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Heart Bypass Surgery vs Angioplasty – Which is better?

10 March, 2018
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Heart Bypass Surgery vs Angioplasty has always been a dilemma in the mind of the patients who suffer cardiac blockages. To resolve the heart bypass surgery vs angioplasty dilemma and choose the right line of treatment, understanding the pros and cons of each are important. Most of the cardiologists would go an extra mile

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Answers to FAQs about Coronary Angioplasty

23 January, 2017
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Angioplasty is a Greek term that means vessel shaping. The procedure involves widening of clogged arteries (especially coronary arteries- the arteries surrounding the artery like a crown). A tiny balloon is placed on a guide wire, also called balloon catheter and is then inserted into the blocked

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Tuboplasty for Obstructed Fallopian Tubes

2 March, 2015
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If tubal infertility is keeping you from conceiving, then Tuboplasty is also an alternative medical treatment to IVF that you can consider. Obstructed fallopian tube is considered to be the leading cause of female infertility. Almost 20-30% of female infertility cases worldwide are attributed to tubal obstruction. Blocked or scarred fallopian tube does not allow …

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Heart Surgery in Diabetics – Impact and Management

28 July, 2019
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Diabetes and heart diseases have a strong connection. Statistics show that adults are more likely to develop heart diseases if they have diabetes; knowing that the American Heart Association considers diabetes as one of the major factors responsible for cardiovascular diseases. The reason for this is that people with diabetes are very likely to have …

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What Is A Heart Attack : Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

22 April, 2018
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Rising public awareness about symptoms of heart attack in men and women and several lifestyle changes have eventually contributed to a considerable reduction in the occurrence of heart attacks in the last four decades. Right now it is very important to know and understand what is a heart attack.

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Everything You Need To Know About Athlete’s Foot

12 January, 2018
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Athlete’s foot is a contagious fungal infection also commonly known as “Tinea Pedis” which affects the upper part of the skin on the foot. At times this can this can spread to the toenails and the hands. Since this infection is very common in athletes, it is called athlete’s foot. At times, it starts with …

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Heart Attack Treatment and Diagnosis

12 August, 2017
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Most people don’t comprehend that they are having a heart attack or a heart disease in general until they have chest pain (angina or a heart attack). With each passing minute after a heart attack, the heart tissue loses oxygen and deteriorates or dies an irreversible death. Therefore, one should never ignore even the trivial …

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Recovery after Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting (CABG) and Exercises

25 July, 2017
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Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting (CABG), commonly known as Heart Bypass Surgery, is a procedure to correct narrowing or blockage of the arteries that provide oxygen and blood to the muscles of the heart. CABG is performed on individuals who have blockages in more than two coronary arteries or are suffering from coronary artery disease with …

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Understanding Frozen Shoulder

25 March, 2017
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Frozen shoulder or adhesive capsulitis, in the medical terms, refer to a restricted mobility of the shoulder joint due to swelling and stiffening of the articular shoulder ligament that surrounds the joint.  This term has often been used to refer to arthritis, which is a gross misrepresentation since frozen shoulder represents the shoulder joint, while …

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Frequently Asked Questions about Knee Replacement Surgery

2 March, 2017
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Knee replacement surgery, also known as arthroplasty, is the process of recreating a complete knee by replacing the damaged knee cap with artificial plastic material that is conjoined with the existing knee cap portion to completely cover the joint area. The surgery is conducted by an experienced orthopedic surgeon and involves intricate bone recreation processes …

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Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting (CABG) – 5 Questions to ask your Cardiac Surgeon

4 May, 2016
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<p>Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting (CABG) or simply a &#8220;bypass&#8221; is a surgical procedure to improve the blood supply to the heart muscle when its natural arteries have significant blocks; blocks that reduce blood flow and cause exertion ...

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Do I Need IVF? (In-Vitro Fertilization)

2 March, 2015
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If you’re asking yourself “Do I need IVF?” look no further. This article is for you. Take a quick look at in what all circumstances IVF is recommended by infertility specialists.  In simple terms, in-vitro fertilization or IVF is defined as fertilizing the woman eggs with a male sperm outside the woman body in a …

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Genu Recurvatum: Knee Deformity

1 May, 2014
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Referred to as Knee Hyperextension or Back Knee, Genu Recurvatum is an extremely complex deformity of the knee-joint. Under this condition, the knee bends backward with an extensive extension in the tibiofemoral joint. It is mostly found in women. Genu Recurvatum ranges from mild, moderate, to severe. Athletes are at an enhanced risk of developing …

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Nose Jobs in India

10 March, 2014
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A Nose Job, scientifically known as Rhinoplasty, is a surgical procedure which involves reshaping the nose either for restoring its functions or for aesthetical purposes. Depending upon the purpose, a Nose Job may modify the bone, cartilage, or skin of the nose. Generally, it is a safe procedure, but like other surgeries, it carries certain …

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CABG: Most Common Open Heart Surgery

5 March, 2014
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Coronary artery bypass surgery (CABG) is the most common open-heart surgery known by the doctors today. People who suffer from coronary heart diseases, such as heart attacks, need CABG to recover from their heart disorders. When the levels of cholesterol, calcium and other substances are found high in your blood, the arteries that pump oxygen-rich …

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