News (Heart Disease)

Prevention Of Cardio Disease: Cutting-Edge Methods. Would you be surprised to know 64% of women and 50% of men who died suddenly had no previous symptoms? In this day and age, we must be doing something terribly wrong. Fortunately, with the right tools, heart disease can be readily identified before onset of symptoms and is reversible. Click here to view.

By Husna R. Baksh, MD | Published : 2/26/2015.

FLORIDA - Kevin P. Greene, M.D. - MET-Test - A new non-invasive stress test that can determine heart failure, heart disease and pulmonary problems. Click here to watch the video.

CPET Video: Health Watch - By Kevin P. Greene, M.D. | Published : 8/21/2014.

TAMPA - Faye Etta Davis is at her doctor's office looking for a diagnosis of current heart problems. “I have a stent in my heart. I think I have high blood pressure and high cholesterol. I worry a lot. I just lost my brother. He had a major heart attack." Her doctor says this MET-Test - a new non-invasive stress test - can pinpoint what issues Faye is having better than older tests. Medical experts say the traditional treadmill stress test relies on EKGs and only partially assesses the heart and nothing else. This new test, they say, can determine heart failure, heart disease and pulmonary problems. . . "Doctors say MET-Test is saving lives".

ABC Action News: Health Watch - By Linda Hurtado/ABC Action News | Published : 1/17/2012.

ATLANTA - Did you know that a woman has a heart attack every minute in this country? But a new survey shows only half of women said they would call 911 if they thought they were having a heart attack. Many didn't recognize the warning signs.when it comes to heart attacks, the symptoms aren't one-size-fits-all. Men and women often experience very different symptoms.

Health Watch: Women and Heart Attacks - By BETH GALVIN/myfoxatlanta | Published : Wednesday, 02 Feb 2011.



"When it comes to heart disease, there's no cure - we just have treatment options," said Tim Descamps, executive director of the International Heart Institute of Montana Foundation. "The best way to combat heart disease is to start with prevention, first and foremost." The first step to avoiding the heartache - and expense - of this costly disease is a matter of people becoming familiar with their own medical conditions, and to get regular annual checkups. Heart disease is truly a silent killer, Descamps said, and while it tends to focus on people over the age of 65, it is an opportunist that knows no age limits."The statistics are alarming," Descamps said. "Heart disease is still the No. 1 cause of death in United States. Add that to the fact that we have an aging population in this country, and we have the baby boomers and the disease on a collision course."The American Heart Association predicts that 116 million Americans - 40.5 percent of us - will have heart disease in 20 years."

Prevention is the best medicine for a broken heart - By BETSY COHEN.


The presence of angina is common in patients who have no significant blockages in the coronary arteries on coronary angiography. A large percentage of these patients may have what is called microvascular ischemia or microvascular angina.

Chestpain without significant blockages in the coronary arteries



Kim Kachmann-Geltz did everything right. She ran five miles a day, dutifully ate oatmeal and wheat toast, stayed slim, never smoked. Her blood pressure was perfect. Her genes, she thought, were lucky: her great-grandmother had lived to 102."I'm the last person in the world I could ever imagine having heart disease," said Ms. Kachmann-Geltz, of Hilton Head, S.C., who is 39 and the mother of three children.

In Heart Disease, the Focus Shifts to Women - By Denise Grady; Published April 18, 2006.

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