23 Burst results for "Left Ventricle"

"left ventricle" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"left ventricle" Discussed on Cardionerds

"To really understand the ideology and plan and intervention with and I'm sure we're going to talk about this more data that shows that the wage Can be effective with very careful patient selection. And so I think just thinking about this patient one. We know that Mr. Itself, even when secondary impacts prognosis and clinical trajectory. Mm good surgical literature, but three there are new options for these patients. I think are all important and I'm so glad that you're applying this to this patient because I think again like we talked about earlier medicine works everywhere. I filled with patience with this femur type and so just the fact that he's under your care and you're giving him these options and really pursuing this just shows a dedication to evidence-based high-quality medicine and so in our effort to fix the structural problem or if she hopes to do so what does evaluation that you pursue further that was a great summary and thank you for that after the right and left heart catheterization and based off our patients history examination with increased risk of Esports or surgical intervention. We decided to pursue a transesophageal echo in preparation for a transcatheter mitral valve intervention. The benefits of a transesophageal echo is a log To further map the mitral valve structure the 3D imaging the t e revealed a l v ejection fraction of 35% with mild dilation of the left ventricle the mitral valve, which was our main focus show that the leaflets were thickened and did not co-opt most notably between P two and eighteen the apical tinting in the leaflets was still appearance package posteriorly fluke dysfunction, and there was severe Central Mike rotation with a vegan contract measured in multiple images from 0.7 to 1.0 centimeters and is Audie said earlier am contracted greater than point. Seven is considered severe. There was also buying Trail enlargement and we still visualize list of e r t r So based off of all of this information we met with our surgical colleagues multidisciplinary group that meets weekly to discuss between Advanced heart-failure structural heart team and Korea thoracic surgery about whether to pursue a surgical or transcatheter intervention. Yep. So for that discussion and review of Imaging with our colleagues is determined to pursue a microclip as he was considered high risk for surgical intervention. So based off all of this information. I want to just take a step back and discuss the current guidelines involved and transcatheter intervention with mitral clip as well as the study's that God us to our guidelines that we currently use today. You looked or do you mind enlightening us further? Sure, so well, luckily we have some great Acca AJ guidelines that were recently updated this year before we get to those guidelines. We have to know where I came from and there were three major trials that have effected those guidelines. The first trial was Everest to it was published in 2015 as a prospective multicenter randomized control trial. They enrolled in total of 279 patients with grade three plus two four plus severe symptomatic Mr..

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"left ventricle" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

Mayo Clinic Radio

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"left ventricle" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

"Welcome everyone to Mayo Clinic Radio I'm Dr Tom Shy and I'm. Structural heart disease is a problem with tissues or valves heart. These problems can range from defects that are present at birth to diseases that develop over time on today's program, we'll learn more from Mayo clinic expert. Now, you got to think that twenty five percent of the world's population has it pf L. people walking around. Don't know you can't hear it on exam doesn't cause any problem normally. So the vast majority of people it's just there doesn't require anything besides reassurance if it's fan and hasn't caused a problem, but it is a potential source for problems also in the program will learn about a minimally invasive procedure called hip arthroscopy and how to keep yourself safe from infection during manicures and pedicures. There are several valves in your heart that control the flow of blood from one part of the heart to another and the mitral valve is located between the two chambers on the left side of your heart called the left Atrium and the left ventricle there. Several abnormalities that can affect the mitral valve including mitral valve regurgitation that is the valve leaks, land, micro valves, dinos, valves too narrow and restricts the flow of blood between the Atrium and the ventricle. mitral valve repair and mitral valve replacement are procedures that may be performed to treat diseases of the mitral valve. What treatment is best for you depends on the abnormality and how severe it is here to talk about mitral Valve Peres, mayoclinic interventional cardiologists, Dr Peter, pollock Dr Pollock is the director of structural heart disease at Mayo. Clinic in. Florida welcome to the program Dr Pollock. Thank you so much for having me. It's great to be here good to have you in studio. So tell us about the heart valves, how many are there and what are they actually do? Inside. The heart. Well as a reminder, the heart is divided top and bottom left and right to four chambers. So the top chambers are thin walled receiving chambers there the Atrium they collect blood and delivered to the more muscular pumping chambers ventricles at the base of the heart and with four chambers we have four valves and they're all designed to be perfect one way valves they allowed to go ford without resistance, and then when the ventricles contract they stop blood from flowing the opposite direction so they shouldn't leak and they shouldn't provide any resistance going. For disease is when either of those things happen as you just mentioned if they start to leak, we call that regurgitation. If they start to narrow, we call that stenosis and it can be the right side vows, which are the tricuspid and Pomona valve or the left side of vows which are caused more symptoms because the left side of the heart receives blood from the lungs and pumps it out to the body, and so we get most of the valve treatments related to the Arctic and Mitral Valve the valve on the left side of the heart. And why did they become diseased? Well. It depends on the valve and the nature of the condition. There are number of different things that can cause valve disease far and away valve disease is a disease of it's one of the things that you don't do to yourself, but just happens if you live long enough. Like, everything else they wear. Indeed, indeed, about ten to fifteen percent of people over age seventy or seventy five, we'll have moderate to severe severe valvular heart disease. So how how would you know what are the signs and symptoms that you have? Developed so predominantly is going to be an exertion limitation. So you'll feel short of breath because the pressure of the left ventricle trying to pump blood out of the body in the case of Mitral regurgitation that pressurized blood is now leaking back the left Atrium where blood was collecting from the lungs to that pressurized blood raises the pressure in the left Atrium raises the pressure in the lungs and we feel elevated pressure in the lungs as shortness of breath. So shortness of breath is one of the cardinal symptoms of all valvular heart disease. Also fatigue although fatigue is a difficult symptom as you know because so many different things can feed into a sense of fatigue. Sure and so how do you nail down the diagnosis? Today's Day and age it's going to be the history and physical exam first and foremost and then echocardiographic. You. Look at the valves and with echocardiographic, we use ultrasound technology from the outside of the heart weaken outside of the chest. We can look at the heart see the valves moving in real time, and we can use color doppler to see if there's leaking, we can measure the speed of blood flow through the vows just like when you put your thumb over the end of a garden hose as evolve narrows. The speed of blood going through the valve increases, and so we can measure the speed of blood using the doppler principal and faster blood means a narrower vow whether it's the Arctic or Mitral valve that started to narrow. You know most internists still carry a stethoscope. Can you actually hear what that the there's an abnormality with one of the valves using the stethoscope? Absolutely. That's the first way that we're going to. Valvular heart disease is through the presentation of a Murmur and Murmur just like we talk about a per when I can't per that's a pleasant sound of something good. A is an unpleasant sound historically, and so while I like listening to murmurs. Valvular Heart Disease Dr. A murmur is is a sound of blood rushing through a heart valve and it signifies some degree.

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"left ventricle" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"left ventricle" Discussed on Cardionerds

"So Zach as a future advanced. Heart failure critical care cardiologists at love to hear your thoughts. If you just take ourselves back in the thick of things, the patient was just crashed on. ECM. Oh, in Pella, we're trying out really experimental therapies totalism APP and Ivig hoping for the best. But what are the different trajectories of these patients and how do you triage the next steps in your mind Yup I'm by no means. An expert in these things but I think in general whenever you're thinking about employing some sort of mechanical circulatory support approach. The question in your mind always has to be what is the exit strategy from this you can't have a patient who lives indefinitely on these pertains devices in. So having in mind what the out could be whether that's a permanent type of support like in l.. Had A heart transplant or recovery is something that needs to be in the forefront of the teams mind and I think that's the benefit of having something like the shock team where you can have true experts really discuss these things and think about it as you mentioned in Myocarditis at least in my albeit limited experience, these are some of the folks that are most likely to recover so. I think the decision to pull the trigger on early invasive support is relatively easy because we know that a lot of these people have a good shot of recovery if you're moving along and you don't have recovery, that's when you start to think of things like elder transplant, which have their own considerations, for example, keeping in mind and Elvis is only going to support the left ventricle. So. If, you have somebody who has profound RV dysfunction or high pulmonary pressures that are not going to completely resolve with supporting the LV, an may not be enough and you have to think about things like transplant although that that also gets difficult. There are ways to more objectively measure this like pappy, which is the PA pressure positively index, which helps guide how functional the right ventricle is. Really, this is a team decision I don't think there's any one person that ever make a decision like this, which is why having a heart team approach in having the surgeons, the CIC attending the failure Dr all really discuss this and see what options could be Zach really touched on two key points that took away from this case number one is the fact that the RV function is very important delineating what type of Nondurable Mechanical Sport you WANNA use. Of course, you mentioned durable and chemical sports. So his RV function being so poor as one of the key factors in helping us go straight to echo, and then the second point you mentioned is that these minute data's patients especially these young. Patients who are otherwise relatively healthy if you can just bridge them through the acute phase and maintain and organ profusion and keep their kidneys from taking too big of a hit excetera, they often do quite well absolutely. These are really great points, guys thanks for going over that and I appreciate Zach you saying that this really is a team decision because there's so many layers of complexity and additionally of complexity for this patient is how deep presence of covid nineteen illness impacts transplant candidacy in be excited to hear more about this perspective from our experts segment, which will be followed after the fellows discussion called the e CPR or expert Cardio perspectives in review not to be confused with extra corporeal. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation..

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Breaking Through at CVRx

MedTech Talk Podcast

05:33 min | 2 years ago

Breaking Through at CVRx

"Welcome to the MED tech talk podcast your host Pardo and I'm very excited to welcome the deem yard CEO CRX to this edition of the podcast Nadeem has had the lustrous career starting at GE and then his GM of MEDTRONIC's navigation business but his biggest and most important challenges come CPR which we're going to focus on today for full disclosure. I've had the pleasure to get to know Nadeem over the past eight plus years, and for the last four I've been on the beam sport and killed as an investor in Cebu. Rx. and. I'm really looking forward to the conversation today. Deem it is great to have you on cats. Thank you jeff it's great to be with you today. Terrific will good what we have a lot of things to cover today and really want to focus on CBS which is turning into I think an incredibly exciting story. But of course, their their roots to the CRX story and maybe you can take us through that a little bit the genesis of. Both. The CRT is therapy in heart failure but also barracks. Absolutely Jeff. So I talk about heart failure it is. A devastating disease. Very expensive from a cost perspective, but also from the human side of things, patients unfortunately suffering from heart failure, end up having those episodes of congestive offense way as they feel that drowning, it's like a continuous waterboarding expedient just how painful that is right and unfortunately one of those episodes could lead to their death and. In the United States hot figure is the second most expensive disease. If we consider cancer as one disease, if you stopped separating cancer between breast cancer by cancer sets that hot figure becomes unfortunately the most expensive disease in the US. What is hot forget? It's. When the heart over the years of. Insult or injury to starts becoming larger the walls of the heart becoming thinner. And the heart's ability to pump blood to the system is compromised. And that's. Compromise happening in multiple forms. One of them is called synchrony when the left side and the right side of the heart start becoming disconnected from each other. So think about it like a car. Engine where have the cylinders not kill into properly? Than the COD would not produce horsepower that you need. You need to tune the car that is what's Artie Cardiac. Surgery synchronization therapy. Was designed to do they. You know put two pacemakers right now it's only one pacemaker with two wires. That's why they call it by basic they based both ventricles and they tried to synchronize the left and right side. That works wild if the heart is distinct honest. However in heart failure. Only thirty to forty percent of the patients have synchrony. That s of the patient's heart become lodged the world's thinner. But the left and right sides are still beating in harmony but not strong enough. And for those patients, unfortunately crt devices did not produce the results that WHO, hoping for. Ten fifteen years ago when we're testing them. And that is where our approach berry. Flex. Therapy comes into play. The genesis of this therapy goes back multiple decades not gonna go to the whole history with Dr Professor Bronwyn than his wife and everything, but nevertheless indie. Let me take one paper from Dr. Abraham. From nineteen ninety nine and that is about CRT devices. In this paper that was published in the New England. Journal of Medicine Dr Abraham demonstrated the sustained. That's or the sustained benefit of CRT. Comes from the fact that when you should denies the left side on the right side of the heart, the pulse pressure of the volume of the blood leaving the heart. Activates the Beverly Flex. In the cutouts dodgy. Trusting. Right. So those patients with this synchrony, you recent combined the left and the right. Now you're sending a pulse pressure strong enough you activate the battery flex let a convoluted way to do it. How did you see that actually signed to do it well? Alex secrets wandered in the body we went with a Wyatt directly into those better receptors in the. Wall and activate though cells. Jackie with. Why go all around right now, our device would work in all forms of heart failure, but we have to go in developed the evidence one by one and demonstrates and in our first. Quote Unquote. beachhead strategy. We selected a large segment of patients who are not able to be treated by CIT devices. Why not the eligible for Siasi devices? Those patients are those who do not have distinctly. Right. So they left the right side of the heart beating in synchrony, but heart is not strong enough. The walls fin the muscles of the heart are tired at the. Pump, the blood.

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"left ventricle" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

Mayo Clinic Radio

06:24 min | 2 years ago

"left ventricle" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

"Say You know what we got? Openness Rarely, and the reason why that rarely occurs is because the screening and the patient selection processes that are in place beforehand. Allow you to have to rarely do that, and so we've learned that you know there's body habits issues. Some people are too small and there's not enough space for the arms. Some people are too big and the arms don't reach In. An easy manner we do this CT imaging of the and the abdomen, and the blood vessels in the groin because we still do need to connect to the heart lung machine, so we WANNA. Make sure that we don't have you know patients with unrecognized coronary disease or vascular disease that would make the use of the heart lung machine in the leg dangerous, so we have A. A screening process that were relatively strict with so the patients that we pick from the beginning are you're very very confident? And when we have a patient that is on the borderline of whether or not, they would be a candidate robotically. Then we have two staff. Surgeons evaluate everything and both need to agree to do it so that you really sort of optimizing success, so we've done. Just about a thousand robotic mitral procedures here now, a thousand a year, just about a thousand, so the mitral valve replaced at a repair, most of them are repair semi I would say that ninety nine percent of them repairs or spend a very very short list of replacements. Because most of the time you can repair the mitral valve, but I, we, it's been less than a dozen times that we've had to convert to open maybe even less than five. It's very very rare in its for an unexpected complication that you're always prepared to deal with. So what procedures can you do robotically or minimally invasive? So the most common robotic procedure on the heart is mitral valve repair. Followed by mitral valve replacement, but in this country mostly mitral valve repair could valves can be fixed. That is saved, preserved the patient's own vow, and that's really what they want in this country. Well I think that when you get to other countries, rheumatic valvular heart disease is much more prevalent in some those vows or more difficult to repair, and you're more likely to need to replace them, but we don't really see much rheumatic fever in this country because of antibiotic therapy and and access to good healthcare for pretty much all all citizens remind me and our listeners. Where is the MITRAL valve? What is the do and what goes wrong with it? How can you repair so the Mitral? mitral valve is a valve inside the left side of the heart. The left side of the heart is the side that gets all the oxygen, rich blood from the lungs and pumps it all to the body, and the mitral valve is the vow in between the lungs, and that main pumping chamber, and the most common abnormality in this country in North America and mostly in the developed world is what we call mic so modest, degenerative mitral valve disease where the leaflets get floppy and the strings that support the leaflets get elongated, and they either stretch too much, or they actually break, and when that happens, you end up with problem where the vowed leaks, so it's a leaky valve problem. And so then when the left ventricle pumps pumps blood, not just to the body, but part of it goes back up into the left atrium. Yes was backwards. It goes backwards toward the lungs, and this is why patients will feel fatigued and shortness of breath have trouble getting their breath particularly when they exert themselves. Okay, why does that about? More complicated than others, or why is it that that one goes bad so often? It's. That valve is just to set up for that particular problem. You know the anatomy of the valves inside the harder a little a little different you know, the the cloud, which is another valve with a common problem where you get narrowed or leaky, there are no strings to that vow. Those are just little, semi lunar cusps. so different problem all right MITRAL VALVE! What about coronary artery disease? Do. You can do if a patient needs multiple coronary bypass grafts. They need a standard operation. If they need just one bypass graft, and there are some situations where that's the case, you can do it robotically, or you can do it minimally invasive. And then the cardiologists may be able to put stents in the other smaller arteries so that you're saving a big incision. It's what we call a hybrid procedure part surgery part angioplasty what stint and that would be a coronary artery? That's not stint -able for whatever reason well not necessarily the big you know. All of the literature data shows that the big artery on the front of the heart, the one that's often called the widowmaker. That artery when you use the internal mammary artery, the breast bone to bypass that artery that's been shown in many studies all around the world. There is a big survival benefit when you do that. So in that artery is involved, there is stronger consideration to doing bypass surgery particularly if they're diabetic or they have other arteries with narrowings when it occurs an isolation, the minimally invasive. Invasive approaches is is really could be quite ideal well. It's a lot easier for patients for their recovery What is the difference in the cost? So there is a it's. It's more expensive in the beginning because you have to buy the technology and we looked at this on our own practice, and in the beginning. It's more expensive to do it robotically, but after. After, you get through the learning curve and everybody is up to speed. Then it ends up being less expensive, and it ends up being less expensive mostly because the length of stay in the hospital is less so the typical length of stay for a patient. Having robotic heart surgery is three to four days and contrast the six days sometimes seven days when it's done open. Open and the recovery. Two full full activity is usually three to four weeks as opposed to six to eight weeks, so everything is cut in half. I know you have a special interest in treating kids. Do you ever use robotic surgery on on young children? We well I would say that they need to be a certain body size, so we've done robotic surgery and teenagers. Some teenagers that happen to be big and tall, and there are some that they're too small, and it all comes down to what the what the lesion is..

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"left ventricle" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

Mayo Clinic Radio

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"left ventricle" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

"Is there the potential there to someday actually grow a left ventricle forever? Yes, so we have some really creepy cool stuff going on in the lab that we're super excited. Abe has been in the lab and has seen it firsthand for herself. So. She has of course she does. When we use. Cord blood which I'd like to say. Evo was the first kid we ever collected umbilical cord blood on to do our research. She was the first Kiddo that we ever did that on for. NHL HFS baby at the time, so she's a true pioneer when it comes to research and Innovation Hey do you understand what Dr Nelson is saying that you are part of? He's not only your doctor human. He's studying you. Do you like being part of that research What does it mean to you? That Other kids are part of it. But I was the first wine in my brother Myers was the third one. That's pretty cool Dr Nelson working with lovely link, young children like Eva. Does that inspire you? She's our superhero as I've said before. It's people like that really defines why we do what we do. We not only have used the cord blood on. And Miles and another families, where we're now injecting them into the heart at the time of their open heart surgeries, planning fertilizer into their heart to make their hearts bigger and stronger, but we also are going all the way to bioengineering new hearts, and as you mentioned, the technology has now evolved since last time we've talked that we're growing about a half of a heart in cells in the lab right now in big spinner cultures and that. That starts from a piece of skin biopsy that we've collected from Avon her family, and we can engineer that into beating contracting heart muscle, the cells that beat in her heart that are genetically identical to or heart and we're GonNa Work Path with the FDA right now to get to the point where we can launch the first clinical trial where we actually start planning those seeds back into patient's hearts to make their heart bigger, better and stronger. So the technology of the first generation, a self therapy's. We've treated over seventy patients in these clinical trials across the nation, super proud of that but we also are now working towards new product development that can really fundamentally transform our surgical approach to these kids as we go forward. We need all kids with this diagnosis to live up to expectations, and you're growing a new Hartford in your lab. We have grown cells from families like gave us from kids like Eva. We have many of them going on, and that's how we learn how to perfect these systems on a daily basis. Pretty incredible congenital heart defects affect forty thousand babies every year in this country, but thanks to major advances in care, the outlook for babies born with hypoplastic left heart syndrome was better than ever, and it sounds like it could be even better in the future Av. You're terrific. Thanks for being here, what are we save a go? Go Guy. Goodness. Thanks to wipe. Tim Nelson. Being hit my pleasure. Thank you, thanks again Eva, thank you. You WanNa. Say This and that's our program for this week in Nets program.

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Coronavirus: WHO Warns Against Complacency

Markley and Van Camp

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Coronavirus: WHO Warns Against Complacency

"World Health Organization warns against complacency is coronavirus restrictions are being lifted more from correspondent Jim Roope sars kovi to the virus that causes covert nineteen is an opportunity when the virus has an opportunity it can transmit readily the WHO's coronavirus technically Dr Maria ventricle says a hallmark of corona virus is its ability to amplify health officials warn of a second to spike of the outbreak if people don't comply with physical distancing and face coverings guide the virus will take that opportunity scenes of crowds gather to close no face coverings she says this is the opportunity the virus needs to make another run adding as restrictions are lifted it is imperative we continue to practice the measures that have made it possible to have restrictions lifted

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"left ventricle" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"left ventricle" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Daniel Wade's thirty eighth birthday in the Mediterranean creek near Crete and they just left port and he just went to the gym and Whitney had a heart attack so he didn't I'm thinking new seven hundred attacked he went but he just felt weird he went back to his room he collapsed and strangely enough his remand him barely ever saw each other we have to be in the room so we call the way you heard of class and bathroom they were buying him a few times but they just didn't get him to the hospital took like three and half hours to get him back to shore and they had a massive heart attack so that the left ventricle they called the Widowmaker Daniel's heart attack made her a widow and left their three kids now eleven nine and seven without a dad I sat them down and also I can kind of give me the worst news you're gonna get your entire life unlike your dad you know died and he's not coming home and you know the two older ones like Daniel started crying immediately Mike I didn't quite get what was going on and you know Jim was really quiet so I can just hug them make a one off to go play and we just kind of stayed home that day and that's kind of like in a little spacey out of body note I guess when did you finally internalized I think it sunk in after I saw him at the funeral home so probably like two weeks later we can have two weeks later but I just needed that to see him have a look at him from like it doesn't really quite look like him and then it kind of does and it just sort of sink sunk and so after I sat by myself and like the funeral home kind of just like resonated a bit more as she describes it took yes you know while to comprehend her loss highland Max well understood in an instant they had the smells where was a significant struggle with PTSD and so eleven days after he was released from duty he took it so much her story when this ABC news special America remembers continues America.

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"left ventricle" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"left ventricle" Discussed on Cardionerds

"Thirdly Echo also helps assess the presence or absence of Sam which produces the classic eccentric post early directed jet of Mitral regurgitation. In fact here's approach with the image. That is not a centric. You gotta think about other mechanisms of regurgitation. This is very important especially when we consider operative management for symptomatic hypertrophy tatum apathy for ethical. ACM be sure to look for an epochal Anderson which can harbor a clot envious substrate for ventricular arrhythmias so echo contrast can be very helpful here also if only for hypertension which is an upstream consequence of the Elliott Obstruction Mike rotation anti-static dysfunction of ATM. All all the factors that pushed up magic school bus back into that L. A.. Finally strain imaging is an echo technique that looks at how speckles within the my cardio move with respect to one another especially very very sensitive in defining regional Michael Function. The different strain patterns can help distinguish museum from mimics as different families have different string patterns besides for the anatomical assessments. We do on T. T.. We can also learn a ton about humor dynamic consequences of the anatomical abnormalities using technology we can pinpoint the location of obstruction in the LV not by identifying the gradients at different areas within the left ventricle in in general agreement of thirty millimeters agree is what constitutes the presence of obstruction but severe obstruction things. That make us kind of worry about what's going on the left. ventricle is fifty millimeters of mercury using that as a cutoff for most decision making algorithms again. If you're feeling fuzzy about gradients checkout are Estenoz episode where we get more into physiology of how gradients developed. But what do you do when your patient doesn't have obstructive physiology at rest but are complaining of exertion symptoms to better get at this. We could do maneuvers that promote gradients that we can clock on echo and make the diagnosis for our patient. I we can have the patient fell. Salvo remember that invol- Salva you increase interest thoracic pressure during that stain. Bearing down like a bowel movement Much I needed that audiovisual. Thank.

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"left ventricle" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"left ventricle" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Capillaries and then because of this anomalous fourth phase of water there's an electrostatic repulse phenomena that starts moving the blood in the veins and it moves up the venous tree and it coalesces into narrower and narrower vassals which makes the blood mope move faster and faster the blood by the way is moving fast this when it enters the heart and so it's it's a ridiculous notion to say why put a pump when the blood is moving the fast this already and so the blood comes in from the venous system into the heart the heart stops the blood momentarily the the blood coming into the hard expands the walls the heart is so organized and so you know formed that it actually creates a vortex inside you know inside the left ventricle which is essentially a lack of the energy of the universe without being too lofty about it that organizes the blood and sends it on its way there's no pushing involved there's just an expansion and contraction and that's the part that's connected with basically these are universal fields of energy or like the Sufis put it they said there's a moment that the blood stops in the heart which you can actually prove and that's where god enters into the human being I don't know if that's exactly true but that's sort of what it looks like and actually the first person to identify that what the heart is doing is stopping the blood and creating of war tax which is you know we all know the more taxes are how water gets organized it's how the Milky Way is organized it's how DNA is organized it's house snails and sunflowers are organized energy plus substance in vortexes creates life that's what happens in the heart but you know if you stab somebody in the heart shoot them in the hard or something like that happens there are gone shel the heart keeps you alive doesn't it well you need to have this organizing principle otherwise huge you can't live exactly that doesn't mean it's a pump though there's no connection between stabbing somebody in losing all your blood and losing losing this organizing principle I'm not saying the heart doesn't do anything obviously it does it doesn't mean it's a pump it's not the reason for the movement of the blood in fact if you actually investigate this you find that in the embryo the blood is moving about a week before there's any hard at all you can also noticed that basically the heart the blood stops at the capillaries and if you if you shine of far infrared light on the care of the blood in the capillaries it starts.

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"left ventricle" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"left ventricle" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"And then because of this anomalous fourth phase of water there's an electrostatic repulsed phenomena that starts moving the blood in the veins and it moves up the venous tree and it coalesces into narrower and narrower vassals which makes the blood mope move faster and faster the blood by the way is moving fast is when it enters the heart and so it's it's a ridiculous notion to say why put a pump when the blood is moving the fast this already and so the blood comes in from the venous system into the heart the heart stops the blood momentarily the the blood coming into the heart expands the walls the heart is so organized and so you know formed that it actually creates a vortex of heat inside you know inside the left ventricle which is essentially collective the energy of the universe without being too lofty about it that organizes the blood and sends it on its way there's no pushing involved there's just an expansion and contraction and that's the part that's connected with basically these are universal fields of energy or like the Sufis put it they said there's a moment that the blood stops in the heart which you can actually prove and that's where god enters into the human being I don't know if that's exactly true but that's sort of what it looks like and actually the first person to identify that what the heart is doing is stopping the blood in creating a vortex which is you know we all know the vortex is or how water gets organized it's how the Milky Way is organized it's how DNA is organized it's house snails and sunflowers are organized.

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"left ventricle" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"left ventricle" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Where the blood has stopped in the capillaries and then because of this anomalous fourth phase of water there's an electrostatic repulsion phenomena that starts moving the blood in the veins and it moves up the venous tree and it coalesces into narrower and narrower vassals which makes the blood mope move faster and faster the blood by the way is moving fastest when it enters the heart and so it's it's a ridiculous notion to say why put a pump when the blood is moving to fast this already and so the blood comes in from the venous system into the heart the heart stops the blood momentarily the the blood coming into the hard expands the walls the heart is so organized and so you know formed that it actually creates a vortex of heat inside you know inside the left ventricle which is essentially a lack of the energy of the universe without being too lofty about it that organizes the blood and sends it on its way there's no pushing involved there's just an expansion and contraction and that's the part that's connected with basically these are universal fields of energy or like the Sufis put it they said there's a moment that the blood stops in the heart which you can actually prove and that's where god enters into the human being I don't know if that's exactly true but that's sort of what it looks like it actually the first person to identify that what the heart is doing is stopping the blood in creating of war tax which is you know we all know the more taxes are how water gets organized it's how the Milky Way is organized it's how DNA is organized it's house snails and sunflowers are organized energy plus substance import taxes creates life that's what happens in the heart but you know if you stab somebody in the heart shoot them in the heart or something like that happens there are gonna show the heart keeps you alive doesn't it well you need to have this organizing principle otherwise huge you can't live exactly that doesn't mean it's a pump though there's no connection between stabbing somebody in losing all your blood and losing losing this organizing principle I'm not saying the heart doesn't do anything obviously it does it doesn't mean it's a poem it's not the reason for the movement of the blood in fact if you actually investigate this you.

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"left ventricle" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"left ventricle" Discussed on 600 WREC

"And then because of this anomalous fourth phase of water there's an electrostatic repulsed phenomena that starts moving the blood in the veins and it moves up the venous tree and it coalesces into narrower and narrower vassals which makes the blood mope move faster and faster the blood by the way is moving fastest when it enters the heart and so it's it's a ridiculous notion to say why put a pump when the blood is moving the fastest already and so the blood comes in from the venous system into the heart the heart stops the blood momentarily the the blood coming into the hard expands the walls the heart is so organized and so you know formed that it actually creates a more tax he inside you know inside the left ventricle which is essentially a lack of the energy of the universe without being too lofty about it that organizes the blood and sends it on its way there's no pushing involved there's just an expansion and contraction and that's the part that's connected with basically these are universal fields of energy or like the Sufis put it they said there's a moment that the blood stops in the heart which you can actually prove and that's where god enters into the human being I don't know if that's exactly true but that's sort of what it looks like and actually the first person to identify that what the heart is doing is stopping the blood in creating of war tax which is you know we all know the vortex is how water gets organized it's how the Milky Way is organized it's how DNA.

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Trump Quotes Pastor Who Predicts ‘Civil War Like Fracture’ Over Impeachment

Todd and Don

03:16 min | 3 years ago

Trump Quotes Pastor Who Predicts ‘Civil War Like Fracture’ Over Impeachment

"Wanna talk over the weekend about this the pending civil war as a result of an impeachment inquiry no okay were throw that out there now well that's the word it will cause a civil war like fracture which will divide our country and will never heal that's what trump repose from a ventricle pastors tweets warning of the perils of impeachment and demands to meet with his whistle blower accuser now the original comment was made by pastor Robert Jeffries on fox news Jeffries appeared on the morning show on fox and friends Sunday trump courted Jeffries in a series of post on Twitter late Sunday night Jeffreys's a pastor of a thirteen thousand member First Baptist Church of Dallas earlier Sunday trump said he wanted to meet with the Ukraine scanned a whistleblower Democrats launched their official impeachment inquiry in Congress just last week and they accuse trump of a mafia style shake down of the Ukrainian leader now what Rush Limbaugh talked about this Friday and he outlined in explained it very very well she did let's just listen is he vox there's nothing more important to the left than on the seating Donald Trump nothing. it has consumed them. it is literally eating them alive right in front of our eyes. the other reasons their reasons not just because they lost it's not just because they can't deal with losing it's not it's not just because they can't believe Hillary didn't win it's not because they can't believe trump actually one is not those are all factors one of people at risk here Obama is at risk the Clintons are at risk the entire deeps date the administrative state the ruling class is at risk the Democrat party. remember what Watergate did the Republicans it devastated the party for a while it was a disaster now the media. the media has supported every CO and that's what this is we're in the midst of a cold civil war and the Democrats in the media supported every coup attempt this is just the next phase of the ongoing Democrats cooled to overtake the Donald Trump government and reverse the election results of two thousand sixteen. and they are scared to death about the bar investigations and I'll tell you why because they did it. they are corrupt they didn't buy they violated laws left and right the F. B. all right and the D. O. J. behaved in ways unconstitutional from here to Sunday. individuals given the F. B. I.'s from the director on down intelligence people who heretofore remain anonymous other than clapper and Brandon all of these people are at risk of being exposed. for orchestrating and implementing a silent cool over told overthrow a duly constituted presidential election. Donald Trump can expose them all. bill Barr can expose them all. there you go that's Rush Limbaugh from his his podcast over the weekend well

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"left ventricle" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"left ventricle" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"A more years from disability or chronic disease just great news about being happy all right so in a league with this I saw a study about a broken heart syndrome and how it is according to these researchers are real disease and it's connected to the second leading cause of death around the world that is heart disease as the people who have it this syndrome they have chest pain shortness of breath can be caused by having a broken heart low blood pressure as his study done here locally at Harvard Medical School the weakening of the left ventricle is where it happens with a broken heart actually appears they say you must have had stories like this and as a cardiologists come across circumstances I guess we've all had a broken heart maybe with some more than others I certainly have and I wonder about how that really does affect the in the way that you progress healthwise this is a real issue Doug and it actually like everything else in medicine has a name and it's named after a famous Japanese cardiologists I believe but it's called pocket Cibo cardiomyopathy or talk zero syndrome and this simply stated is broken heart syndrome it's more much more common in women but it can occur in men and it's usually after incredibly very stressful event you lose a child a death of a spouse and suddenly your heart muscle gets paralyzed he just won't contract will be going to horrible failure heart failure and this can be very serious fortunately usually there's recovery but not always and one Jeff has to watch the extreme emotional stress because it can severely damage the heart yeah I think that's it I guess I'd yeah we've had we've been there we've done that some people think it's a childhood or younger disease or a current and I don't agree with that at all I think the older you are maybe the more engaged you might be in a relationship that ends in a way that you wanted to know is in need to understand what it's about so you don't have physical consequences twenty eight past the hour doctors recommend it nutritionists recommend it and customers love it Talla trim healthy weight loss just listen to what everybody is saying hi I'm from Pennsylvania and I just lost a hundred and seventy pounds today is a lot of fans who Caltrans I'm of cal trans I have a lot of for quite awhile now not only for a week long for later I just like my daughter now and my I just cannot say enough hi this is planned I've been on the trail love it the corner block thirty five.

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"left ventricle" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

07:25 min | 3 years ago

"left ventricle" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"About some of the big names you've talked to. I've talked the biggest one. Anyway, I keep doing done to my second video now with his. Assemblyman Felix Ortiz. He's from king's county and the pretty low on the registration list. So I've been going his office and we've been doing fifteen minute videos, and they play on TV down in the kings county Brooklyn area down there. Pretty neat in what work is he trying to do is is it like an awareness issue is he trying to pass legislation to make it easier. He's trying to pay supports our legislation that donate life. New York state is trying to get past. We have another legislature dam may seventh trying to pass laws again. What are you guys trying to work on? What do you make it easier? A little simpler, simpler, different avenues to register. And they can do it on the air. Rotor registration. You're healthy New York insurance DMV real ID, which is helping raise that awareness. Right. Okay. Interesting. And now sixteen year olds can register because of the Lawrence shields law February fourteenth two thousand seventeen and that's definitely increasing. They have the option to say yes or no sixteen year olds that I found so fascinating. Because then everything else in life. You have to be eighteen years. But now at sixteen you can do this is it like, a parental, okay. With the print and the parents have the final word until till eighteen eighteen that would turn into a binding legal agreement. So why did they go down to sixteen? You had mentioned another name. I'm not familiar with that. It's Lauren's lots a young lady from New York City needed a heart. And at that time, we didn't have to answer that question. Yes, or no you could bypass at the MVP because of her lobbying with the New York state only like New York state. They got that law passed in a one two years ago, and it's drastically helping increase organ donation registration, a sixteen year old girl made these changes, she's the one on was lobbying the Senate assembly. That's fascinating interesting. Now, you've also told me in the past you've shown me some of the letters. But since it's radio you're going to have to talk about him. You will talk to anyone at anytime anywhere about heart organ donors in your story as a heart transplant survivor who are some of the the famous faces the famous people you've reached out to the best one. Karoo? I got to do a story with him the American Heart Association, and that was all by mistake. I went out to Cooperstown though, every summer, and so it was I got up in line. I want him to sign my book because I knew he had hurt me to elven and he got the transplant. So the minute. I went up and talked him is like the place when silent everything stopped. Nobody complained he stopped and talked for ten minutes. Just talking about each other. How are L that helped us and bridged us and kept us going kept us breathing. Good. What is the that's the left ventricle, assists, Feis artificial type heart and she had that too. Yeah. Then this guy come up and says, hey, can we do an interview with you to only did it and wound up being in the San Diego Dallas, Texas, where the American Heart Association? Then I went to the local American Heart Association and told my story there to them folks there too this. So you had time talking with rod in in Cooperstown. What were some of the similarities outside of that? You both went through the same procedure that you share the same. We're both feeling good. We're moving on with our life. And it's it's a different club lake. He says, it's a different club. He's got the heart twenty nine club. Now that he created for folks. Okay. What does that twenty nine his important folks along the journey? Okay. Sounds pretty good. Because it you're in an elite yet is a special club. There's it's a small number. There's not too many people you're going to bump into in life and say, hey, I had this procedure done or even know what an L that when we met through the exact same thing. So it was an instant binding. It was Instantchat into the bonding just like he said, it's just like me talking to my L ballplayers and the the hall of fame refer night, we hit it right off. Gotcha. You what did he have his procedure? That was at Westchester is now in California believe cedar Sinai believe I believe that's where it was. Gotcha. Okay. And if your path crossed again, you're. Are your friends for life? Exactly. He told me if he ever came to New York to try to look up down there. So I haven't done that yet. But I don't know if he's been there neither okay. And I know that you've also reached out to Ellen. You've sent her some letters my daughter sent Allen in some ladder. She sent something. Rachel ray. Also, some Popa maybe we lucky to go there to any feedback from them at all nothing yet. Then just went out. What are you? What are you just looking for time to come on and talk about the awareness or shareware us this share the story too? But we need more donors in New York. We gotta get New York up the average in the country's fifty four percent. Why do you think it's so low in New York if we've made it easy to do it? What what do you think it's coming up now that it's easier, but New York's always lagging behind so now it is picking up. It has picked up when I was in November fifteen January sixteen we're at twenty five percent. So it has come up ten percent three or four years because of these different avenues to register. Now. Okay. So this is the work that you do through the New York state donate life. What is the center for donation and transplant that happens at all? Any medical center? That's our local organ procurement organization. There's for them in the state different ones. Like live on the orcs who procured my heart down by the city. There's the finger lakes. Okay. So that they all do their own thing. They go out they educate the public on them. They raise funds for awareness in. This is another one of the jobs that the hats that you wear your involved with them as well. They're my that's my big as center for donor transplant. I spend any time that Laura can get me out somewhere. I go with her. Where I go to Westchester medical. And I try to do what I can do for donate life, New York state, there might three mainland. So here's what's fascinating. It makes sense to see you in the hospital talk into a transplant patient or survivor in in a recovery. State like yourself you also now in high schools talking to high school kids. Yep. Lauren I keep trying to go. We keep posting on Facebook. And whoever will have us. We want to go there. We want to take that forty or fifty minutes, and we give them the facts of organ donation. I tell my story I bring my elven with me, and my ICT with me, and I show the kids high school kids love the gadgets or toys, the play with the scientists are engineers invented to save people's lives, where do you where have you talked. What's been into Boston spy, we've been there at least four times Sullivan county. Okay. In Utica, going to Cooperstown. This week. Can't maple hill last week. What are some of the questions that they ask you? Most of mass. What changed now the asked me something to change? I never either Jack's the cheese. Jackson, eight them all the time or peanut butter and salary. Okay. I love this. My donor mother if they were my donors favorites are happened there. Gotcha kids ask questions like that. Interesting because I'm sitting here thinking, you know, as an adult in their forties. I'm more concerned about like, okay, family history. How do you detect this one of the tree I'm curious what a high school kid would want to know about because to them. It just seems we were ancient they must think we're so old. And this is something that can't happen to them young. Now, there's a lot Taylor with me. She was nineteen she collapsed at the college. When she was there. She's doing fantastic. Do you feel like they're aware of the call for organ donation? You feel like we got some feedback back recently that one of these girls we did last fall said she signed up because of David Laura coming to talk to us. Because we're just there to educate. We don't sign any way up when we're there. We just come and give them all the facts and figures and tell them stories, it's great. You're listening to heart talk presented by capital. Cardiology associates. I'm talking with David great who is patient advocate in heart transplant survivor himself. Some of the websites that we've.

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Scientists 3D Printed World's Heart with Human Tissue for the First Time

Steve Scaffidi

00:51 sec | 3 years ago

Scientists 3D Printed World's Heart with Human Tissue for the First Time

"A major breakthrough in the medical research field. Scientists in Israel unveiled a three D printed heart today, complete with human tissue and vessels, the heart which is about the size of a cherry marks. The first time researchers have been able to print the structure of a heart with real cells, ventricles and chambers. Scientists say there's still a long ways away from building a fully working human prototype, but hope to have similar organs ready to go CBS, news, consultant and biomedical researcher. David ARGUS says this is a game. Chain to get into Oregon. It takes months when you're sick. The hope is is that we can actually use these new organs if three hundred organs much earlier and not have to wait till people are in the hospital, and so sick they have to wait for an accident to happen to get an organ, these new organs to come out within the next

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"left ventricle" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"left ventricle" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"We do sometimes find people, you know, we diagnose poor function of the of the left ventricle, which is the main pumping chamber, and we come across it. You know, rather, incidentally, perhaps they haven't avenue like cardiogram, and this and this studied further, and we find that the pump function of their heart is actually reduced and this may happen without a person developing symptoms. Of course, when the pump function is really severely reduced, then, you know, uniformly people will develop symptoms, but there is sort of intermediate range where a person may I be as him to Matic, and you know, the determinants of this. We think there are several things which may do this. We would always look to determine if someone had blocked arteries that being a common cause. But if if we determine if they don't have blocked arteries, and if they don't have valvular heart disease, you know, for example, a tight valve or narrow valve then we're considering things like a a post viral syndrome, potentially talks. And exposure things like that. So so you know, asymmetric left trickier dysfunction. We do see it. We see it in our practice. We probably have several furrows for this. You know a month? I would say, and this is something that patients would feel that their presenting symptoms like chest pain or shortness of breath. So interestingly people may have no symptoms at the time. This diagnosis is made. This may again be something that's found with an echocardiogram. I'm sorry. Incidentally, cardiogram or even an EKG, which then leads to an echocardiogram I'm in. So they may not have any symptoms at the time that this diagnosis is made. But when we find reduced LV Jackson fraction even at someone who's as symptomatic that isn't indication for treatment to avoid further deterioration of heart function. So we would start them medications, which for example might include a beta blocker or or an ace inhibitor related medications. Okay. So the good news is we can catch it. And then we can start treating which is awesome. What I found really fascinating about this. I'm a big technology guy was not only. Only the researchers that the artificial intelligence here were they able to find this identified in patients without symptoms, but it also had some unexpected accuracy in detecting individuals who are future risk of developing this disease. So we're getting the technology that's going to it's going to fight harder for us to live longer. It's we're living in a great time. Right now, if heart health news is important to you. You can sign up for our free weekly Email newsletter.

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"left ventricle" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"left ventricle" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Let's get right to your calls with Syracuse grace author of journey integrates the paramedic. Who's also psychic. Let us go to Bradley in Santa Rosa, California, west of the Rockies, Bradley, go ahead. Yes, I George and Hello, Sarah. Hi, Bradley, Bradley. Hey, thank you so much for taking the time and answer my call. I would like to tell a little bit of a story that ask Sarah's possible. Some insight into a couple of questions. Sure. Absolutely. Okay. Cool. So I'd like to we lived on a ranch here in Santa Rosa, California. And I have two older brothers big family big ranch, and I was already running around walk and before I was too. And I'm approaching the street story in the garbage trek is coming my mom screaming yelling coming after me. And my brother our dog comes running. Tina pushes me out of the way the garbage truck hits the dog kills our dog. And I live. Yeah. And then around seven I saw a three story building lined up on the top of that the story down around the corner on Stony point road fell off of that. I climbed up on a motorcycle it split. My head open. Do that. I was on a motorcycle at a stop sign the clutch engaged and I flew out. And traffic was hit by two cars. One going southbound one going northbound on town fractures. Training him was factored and then recently, and I'm forty eight now in two thousand and eight I had my first heart attack. Wow. I had a second heart attack and a stance surgery in two thousand and sixteen February twenty sleep here. I had a third heart attack and in December two thousand and sixteen. I had a pacemaker disabled later surgery. And. And we like nine lives of fake. Baca, bradley. Unbelievable, George, you are there's no such thing as coincidences, and you said nine lives, and I've been listening to you for almost twenty five years and first time I've ever got through. I heard Sarah talking earlier. All right. First time I ever called it started ringing, and I get the right through. So I've lived through all this near death been revived a couple of times not by choice and then by choice. I don't know how to call that. I think Sarah might pick up a lot of talking about. And when I was young age. But my question is now, my left ventricle is enlarged. I know I'm getting near the end here. You know, a lot of pain on that side. And they just did the second echocardiogram. Tonight, so security three times, George, but I'm still fight. Even though I worked thirty one years. I was Judy guard Georgia. Yes, I've seen a lot of stuff. So anyways. My question is recently now that I'm getting closer to this next mentioned you're talking about I can feel this Sarah. I've been getting a lot of deja vu. It's uncanny..

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"left ventricle" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"left ventricle" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Six forty. Okay. Let's get right to your calls with Syracuse grace author of journey integrates the paramedic. Who's also psychic. Let us go to Bradley in Santa Rosa, California, west of the Rockies, Bradley, go ahead. Yes. Hello, sarah. Hi, Bradley, Bradley. Thank you so much for taking the time and answer my call. I would like to tell a little bit of a story and a half Sarah possible. Some insight into a couple of class. Sure. Absolutely. Okay. Cool. So I'd like to we lived on a ranch here in Santa Rosa, California. And I have two older brothers big family big ranch. And I was already running around walking before I was too. And I'm approaching the street story in the garbage Texas in my mom's screaming yelling coming after me. And my brother our dog comes running. Tina pushes me out of the way the garbage truck hits the dog kills our dog, and I live. Yeah. And then around seven I fell off the three storey building. I climbed up on the top of it store down around the corner on Stony point road off of that. I climbed up on a motorcycle split my head open and. That I was on a motorcycle at a stop sign. The clutch engaged and I flew up. Topic was hit by two cars. One going southbound northbound on fractures. Training in with action. And then recently, and I'm forty eight now in two thousand eight had my first heart attack. Wow. I had a second heart attack and a stint surgery in two thousand and sixteen February twenty ninth leap year. I had a third heart attack in December two thousand sixteen had a pacemaker defibrillator surgery. And we're like nine lives of Fago. Bradley unbelievable, George, you are there's no such thing as coincidences in. You said nine lives, and I've been listening to you for almost twenty five years and first time I've ever got through. I heard Sarah top earlier, and I them a call, right? First time I ever call. It started ringing and I get the right through. So I've lived through all this near death and revived a couple of times not by choice and then by choice. I don't know how to call that. I think Sarah might pick up a lot lotta talking about him partying when I was young age. But my question is now, my left ventricle is enlarged. I know I'm getting near the end here. You know, a lot of pain on that side. And they just did the second echocardiogram. Tonight, social security three times, George, but I'm still fight. Even though I worked thirty one years. I was curious George. Yes, I've seen a lot of stuff. So anyways. My question is recently now that I'm getting closer to the next nation. You're talking about I can still this, Sarah. I've been getting a lot of deja vu. It's uncanny..

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"left ventricle" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"left ventricle" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Okay. Let's get right to your calls with Syracuse grace author of journey integrates the paramedic. Who's also psychic. Let us go to Bradley in Santa Rosa, California, west of the Rockies, Bradley, go ahead. Yes. Hi georgeanne. Hello, sarah. Hi, Bradley, Bradley. Hey, thank you so much for taking the time and the answer my call, I would like to tell a little bit of a story that has Sarah possible. Some insight into a couple of questions. Sure. Absolutely. Okay. Cool. So like to we lived on a ranch here in Santa Rosa, California. And I have two older brothers big family big ranch. And I was already running around walking before I was too. And I'm approaching this story in the garbage. Check is coming. My mom's screaming yelling coming after me. And my brother. Our dog comes running. Tina pushes me out of the way the garbage truck hits the dog kills our dog, and I live. Yeah. And then around seven I fell off the three story building lined up on the top of that deep story down around the corner on Stony point road fell off of that. I climbed up on a motorcycle it split my head open and LSU that I was on a motorcycle at a stop sign. The clutch engaged tonight, flew out and traffic was hit by two cars. One going southbound going northbound on Tom fractures. Training was factored. And then recently, I'm forty eight now in two thousand and eight had my first heart attack. Wow. Nine I had a second heart attack and a stint surgery in two thousand and sixteen Sabe ury twenty sleep here. I had a third heart attack and in December two thousand and sixteen. I had a pacemaker disabled surgery. And. And nine lives of a fair. Go bradley. Yeah. Unbelievable, George, you are there's no such thing as coincidences, and you said nine lives, and I've been listening to you for almost twenty five years and first time I've ever got through. I heard Sarah talking earlier, and I tell them a call and they were right. The first time I ever caught it started ringing, and I get the right through. So I've lived through all this near death. Then revived a couple of times not by toys and then by choice. I don't know how to call that. I think Sarah might pick up a lot of talking about party. And when I was young age. But my question is now, my left ventricle is enlarged. I know I'm getting near the end here. You know, a lot of pain on that side. And they just did the second echocardiogram. Tonight, so security three times, George I'm still fighting. Even though I worked thirty one years as a security guard. Yes, I've seen a lot of stuff. So anyways, my question is recently now that I'm getting closer to this next mentioned you're talking about I can feel this Sarah. I've been getting a lot of deja vu..

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The surprising impact snoring can have on your heart health

Joel Riley

01:19 min | 3 years ago

The surprising impact snoring can have on your heart health

"Is from about four thousand people who did not have any heart problems. What they found was that. If you have snoring issues, especially sleep apnea, there's association with left ventricle dysfunction. That's the part of your heart that pumps blood to the rest of your body. Researchers found that it was gender specific women who snore. Versus women who do not snore. The women have a healthier heavier increase mass of the left ventricle. They say the increase mass known by doctors is a common finding in those with heart disease. They say the results also imply gender-specific progression of stirrings effects on heart dysfunction, then indicates gender-specific prevention and treatment strategies may be needed. So if your wife snores may wanna talk to the doc about it and giving

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Senator Amy Kluber Shaar, Demi Lovato and NBC discussed on Joe Pags

Joe Pags

02:11 min | 4 years ago

Senator Amy Kluber Shaar, Demi Lovato and NBC discussed on Joe Pags

"The plane there were. No injuries on the ground the crash site was about a mile north west of the north end of the runway at John Wayne airport in Santa Ana plane took off from concord in northern California and was due to landed John Wayne airport and a power company worker is dead after trying to repair damage from the car fire in northern California. Pacific Gas and electric city crew member was killed near reading while working. In a remote wilderness area it's the seven th death attributed, to that, fire. Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio the top democrat on the Senate rules committee says she's Worried that the midterm. Elections could be hacked I'm very concerned that you could have a hack then, finally went through you have twenty one states that were hacked into they didn't find out, about it for a. Year Minnesota Senator Amy kluber Shaar told NBC's meet the press the president is undermining. National security with claims that were Russian hoax and raising real concerns stressed the need to. Pass, the secure elections act which she is sponsoring the legislation. Would require state and federal agencies to. Coordinate more closely in sharing information on potential threats authorities have arrested six people in connection with the alleged assassination attempt on Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro Monica Nelson the details the nation's interior minister said this Salan are in custody and being accused of terrorism and assassination Madeira survived an attempt on his life when explosive drones went off during a speech he. Was giving a military event he's blaming the attack on far right elements. In Columbia's outgoing president Juan manual Santos seven members of the, country's national, guard. Were also hurt that Madero escaped unharmed Monica Nelson, NBC NewsRadio even low levels. Of. Air pollution can cause heart problems that's the finding of a new, study, out of Queen Mary university in London researchers looked at nearly four thousand healthy people. And found those living next to a busy road. We're more likely to, develop enlarged ventricles is likely a result of increased. Exposure nitrogen dioxide in it similar to the early. Stages of heart failure singer Demi Lovato, released a statement. Saying she's ready to focus on her sobriety and recovery after an. Apparent drug overdose Levada released a statement saying she needs time to heal, and focus on her. Sobriety and her road to recovery she thanked her family team the staff at cedars Sinai hospital and. Also her fans about on notice she's always been transparent about her addiction and she, realizes it's, not something, that can. Just disappear with time these singers stressed she'll keep fighting and Tom.

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