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"ventricular tachycardia" Discussed on Cardionerds
"What is the unique things about the Medical College of Wisconsin is that we work in a very multidisciplinary way to take care of my patients. They've brought up a shock Patriot. But in addition to that we have a cardio obstetrics Atlantic run by DR Horton and dr. Cohen where these patients are referred often from smaller centres off and I followed that longitudinally and get the care that they need and afterthoughts and it's going to be one of our PCP our experts who's going to talk about pregnancy and related cardiac disease things back then and great job w n Shoe City Dave and Kate for the presentation. Thanks for asking me to talk a little bit about peripartum cardiomyopathy, which is a disease process that affects typically younger and healthier patients than we're used to seeing in cardiology. So briefly peripartum cardiomyopathy is a disease process that has a widely variable incidence for countries like Nigeria Haiti anything From one and hundred two hundred three hundred births are Complicated by this diagnosis and in countries such as Japan the incidence is much smaller at 1 in about 20,000. The United States need to some place in between those numbers with incidence rates being reported from between 1 and 1000 to 1 and four thousand and as we know it affects different populations differently its insulin is much higher and women of African American descent and women who are older at the time of their pregnancies a recent meta-analysis on that almost half of all peripartum cardiomyopathy cases occurred in women over thirty years of age during their index pregnancy other pathologies of that are associated with peripartum cardiomyopathy include the spectrum of hypertensive disorders in pregnancy. So everything off gestational hypertension up to an including preeclampsia and eclampsia other risk factors, multi gestation, pregnancies Twins and triplets and the emerging role of a genetic. Position towards cardiomyopathies the new information regarding a potential genetic predisposition towards peripartum cardiomyopathy, which has been found in multiple family cohorts has led an interesting critical question regarding the potential role of genetic testing in patients diagnosed with peripartum cardiomyopathy right now. It's a fairly varied clinical practice with many experts in the field suggesting the role of genetic testing and patience with a family history of dilated cardiomyopathy is in regards to the management of peripartum cardiomyopathy. It's very similar to patients with other ideologies of reduced ejection fraction and congestive heart failure. So during the acute phase of their presentation actually manage their loading conditions, including the preload and afterload and management of their volume status. What's not often recognized is the frequency with which arrhythmia is complicate the initial diagnosis of peripartum cardiomyopathy our recent administrative level data set on that but most 20% of incident. Pardon cardiomyopathy hospitalizations are Complicated by arrhythmia with ventricular. Tachycardia being the most common are with Mia another aspect wage through the management of peripartum cardiomyopathy is the need and correct population for anticoagulation in the setting of severe well leads to solid function in the peripartum cardiomyopathy patient. It's well known that pregnancy in the immediate post-partum state are prothrombotic environments. And so there is concern that these pages may be at increased risk for thrombosis different experts in the field in different credit recommendations suggest a threshold of left ventricular ejection fraction of 30 to 35% off. The institution of anticoagulation so that's where the commonalities between acute systolic heart failure due to other ideologies and. Pardon cardiomyopathy. And and this is where we start talking about the things that are different. So as we all know any of these recommendations for management have to be made in the context of pregnancy or the potential for lactation and so several of our commonly used normal hormonal therapies need to be either avoided in the pregnant State such as in June 10th and converting enzyme Inhibitors and your attention to receptor blockers and your tips and receptor it never license Inhibitors and mineral coracoid antagonists and or used with caution in the in period of Life station. The only two medications that are commonly used in the treatment of systolic congestive heart failure that there is not adequate data during the lactose. . Our sacubitril which is an upper license inhibitor, and I have a breeding people into certain medications including commonly used medication such as ACE inhibitors Angiotensin receptor blockers, neprilysin Inhibitors and minimal corticoid antagonists in pregnancy. This is where the commonalities between the treatment of acute systolic heart failure a secondary to non pregnancy-related causes and the treatment of patients with. Particle cardiomyopathy typically ends. We have to make all of our treatment decisions in the e-text of pregnancy or potential adaptation which includes avoidance of certain medications, which are contraindicated in pregnancy additionally care should be given to the use of certain medications including neprilysin Inhibitors. And I have a breeding during lactation that there's not sufficient data to support their use right now the next factor that differs in the wage. Event of peripartum cardiomyopathy is the time course with which it's recommended to consider different relators for women with severe systolic dysfunction often times. I'll be recovery occurs within the three to six-month Mark after diagnosis. However recovery has been documented out to two years and so most experts in the field recommend consideration of a wearable cardioverter-defibrillator for women with relatively recent on set. Pardon cardiomyopathy as a bridge to a more permanent device. So in terms of pathology specific treatment bromocriptine is a medication which inhibits the secretion of prolactin and has been studied in peripartum cardiomyopathy in a real small studies. However, there are significant risks associated with the medication including the risk of thrombosis and the majority of the small studies Collective control group home. Right. Now there isn't consensus in the field. Whether bromocriptine should be part of standardized treatment for peripartum cardiomyopathy. And there's a lot of recent work being done towards developing the 7th. Dr. McNamara is in the initial phases of the rebirth trial which is a trial that will look at bromocriptine and outcomes in the treatment of acute peripartum cardiomyopathy. So the good news about peripartum cardiomyopathy is that it's associated with a much higher rate of recovery compared to other forms of reduced ejection fraction over several data sets and wage importantly, the only perspective it is that we have the iPad trial about seventy to seventy-five per-cent of women recover the Earth their ejection fraction at 12 months so much better rate of recovery compared to other cardiomyopathies at Medical College of Wisconsin and freighter. We have a specific Clinic to.
"ventricular tachycardia" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Comcast corporation dot com slash accessibility good morning this is the California report on Saul Gonzalez in Los Angeles many of you listening right now might be working from home because of coronavirus worries or wishing you could stay home but lots of workers in the gig economy like drivers for lift or uber just can't do that and still earn a living KQED's Sam Hartnett has the story of one driver who scared to be on the road it says she has no other choice in San Francisco the streets are quiet says lift an uber driver Eric in the ghetto of Sacramento but she's prepared for any rights that she does get so I have those surgical masks and the doctor gave me today those are for passengers who are coughing she's also been told by lifting the over to keep your car clean and you can smell the disinfectant I have my Lysol clean and fresh kills germs even went a lieutenant and a rags and then I have my mass that the doctor gave me today that she recommends it anywhere but I'm afraid to her because I'm quite scared people we got is in her late thirties and she used to be an accountant she's been driving for three years while searching for a steady job now she's scared to be on the road because of her health my heart condition is called supra ventricular tachycardia she had surgery ten years ago it's nerve wracking I haven't been monitored since two thousand ten I don't have a primary care practitioner nor cardiologists are specialists that's monitoring sometimes at night she folds on the backseat of a car pulls out a pillow that's tucked into the spare tire cavity and sleeps there she has eighteen thousand dollars in credit card and card Hey Paul wants their money and I just have no choice whatsoever I am running myself into financial despair earlier this week lifted Hoover announced that they'll pay drivers for up to fourteen days once they've been diagnosed with corona virus or required to self quarantine but either company stated how much drivers can get compensated uber lift drivers aren't alone in this situation about thirty percent of all private sector workers in the US have no access to paid sick days and only about four percent of workers have access to more than fourteen paid sick days a year that's according to the economic policy institute police schools and economists there when you think about the workers who are living paycheck to paycheck those are the ones who are least likely to be able to work from home or to have those paid sick days congressional Democrats in DC input for new legislation to guarantee paid sick time for all workers as a means of containing the corona virus but is not expected to make a pass the GOP controlled Senate in the meantime Eric I'm a get a worries she's gonna run out of options when people ask how you're doing like it always picks me currently because I appreciated thank it's lonely and it's terrible and it's I've made a promise to myself to at least acknowledge the people on the side of the road asking for money because I'm scared it could be that person right now with less and less people taking rides she says the only thing she can do stay on the road and take whatever she can get for the California report I'm Sam Barnett in San Francisco let's turn to other news California's largest utility Pacific gas and electric has resolved a dispute with the Federal Emergency Management Agency over money the government agency spent helping victims of wildfires caused by the utility has the California reports lily Jamali tells us FEMA's claim against PG&E was threatening to derail the settlement FEMA's decision to drastically reduce its claim from four billion dollars to just one billion helps clear the way for northern California wildfire victims to access a thirteen point five billion dollar fine to set aside for them plus as part of the deal FEMA falls to the back of the line giving priority to the claims of seventy thousand fire victims attorney Gerald singleton represents seven thousand of them I think it means that our clients likely are going to be paid either in full or very close to it PG&E entered into bankruptcy protection last year because of its liability for wild fires caused by its equipment it's attempting to exit from chapter eleven by a state mandated deadline this summer the California report I'm lily Jamali support for the California report comes from Eric and Wendy Schmidt whose fund for strategic innovation supports transformative ideas that benefit humanity while protecting the natural world recognizing through.
"ventricular tachycardia" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"The health condition of the blues J. balmy Easter who suddenly collapsed on the team bench during a game Tuesday night in Anaheim on Friday the blues announced that Bouwmeester underwent a successful cardiac procedure well in a California hospital here to talk with us about that is doctor Michael them doctor them as us new Kerr cardiologists at SSM health Saint Louis University hospital doctor then thanks for joining us again it's my pleasure St Louis blues have announced that Jay Bouwmeester had an implantable cardioverter defibrillator and ICD implanted by doctors at the university of California Irvine tell us what is this device and why would you need one absolutely so an icy D. implantable cardiac defibrillator is sort of like a pacemaker so we implanted kind of in the shoulder just below the collarbone most the time there's either one or two wires which extend for this device into the vein and they get implanted in the heart and what this does is actually monitors your heart beat on a twenty four seven basis and is programmed to detect if your heart rhythm goes into a bad heart rhythm we would call that ventricular tachycardia or ventricular fibrillation and if that were to occur than it has two ways to try to get your heart out of that resume one would be to try to pace it really rapidly to break that fast heart rhythm the second and the more common way is actually to deliver a shock inside the heart which would cause that heart rhythm to end and a normal with them to continue and so the reasons why we would put these and really fall into two one as preventative where there are some people with some heart conditions where the risk of developing one of these heart rhythms is high enough that we would put one in for prevention meaning that we think that your risk for developing one of these heart rhythms and we'd like to make sure that this doesn't because your demise or likely in Jabal misters case the concept was we think that you had one of these heart rhythms and we you know we sent you had one of these heart rhythms you are at risk for having in again and so you get one of these put in to prevent a yes from causing a problem edit if this would occur any time down the road what's the recovery time for something like this and what it limit activity so the recovery time is not long this is put in with an incision in the skin and and the devices actually put under the skin and so you have to allow that skin incision to heal the wires that go into the heart actually have to be healed inside the heart and so most people will be put in a swing with some immobility the arm for a few days and SO in most the time we put them in the non dominant harm or the non dominant side so if you're right handed it would go on the left side or vice versa in so those would be the activities or the is sort of the recovery time and activity limitations that somebody would have this getting an ICD have anything to do with having a fib or atrial fibrillation so for Jay Bouwmeester have an icy D. placed again and unfortunately can only speculate but the likelihood is to me that it's not about he troll for relation in any way shape or form is about the believe or the occurrence of a either ventricular tachycardia or ventricular fibrillation as the heart rhythms that caused him to collapse on the bench the other night ventricular fibrillation and ventricular tachycardia are the two rhythms that are not compatible with continued to live and do you require an immediate electric shock as he received immediately there while on the bench to convert your heart from one of these bad heart rhythms to a more normal rhythm which allows blood flow to occur again how rare is something like this in a world class athlete Mike Jay Bouwmeester so the occurrence of intricate or for violation of intricate tech Carty would not be very common in this type of an individual of but I believe the first time that this actually occurred in the NHL in the recent past was a player named Yuri Fisher who played for the Detroit Red Wings who had is a memory serves me sort of the exact same course where he ended up with an implantable cardiac defibrillator and so it's it's not you know the only case that's ever occurred in the history of man but it is very rare for highly conditioned athletes to develop these types of things we're talking with doctor Michael them doctor them as a slew Kerr cardiologists at SNL Saint Louis University hospital doctor them I see dis aside let's talk about lessons that can be learned from what we saw happen Tuesday night during the blues game in Anaheim when Jay bow Mr suddenly collapsed on the team bench what can we learn from that I think the biggest lesson is that you know this type of thing unfortunately can happen to anybody and many times we tried to couch bad hard events to be associated with people who may be out of shape or have different physical appearance is or more sedentary lifestyles the scariest thing when one of our blues players who are clearly one of the best condition athletes are around has one of these things is that it truly doesn't necessarily exclude those people another lesson be found in the quick response to Jay Bouwmeester is collapse so it's a key with respect to that we all can pay attention to is that if this can happen to anybody who then are we prepared to be able to do something about it are we prepared to be good neighbors in good citizens and remember most the time the people that we hang out with that are around us all the time are either our family and loved ones or closest friends and nobody ever wants any of this type of thing to happen to one of those folks but if it does happen where somebody is unresponsive and slumps to the floor it's possible that they've had a significant part of that and that's never gonna heart of that may have led to the fact that they don't have blood flow circulating through their body and so that's why we ever really push for people to become trained and comfortable to be doing CPR so recognize that somebody who slumps down is unresponsive and it doesn't have a pulse need CPR and being comfortable putting your hands on their chest and performing this task can be life saving also part of CPR training is understanding that an automatic external defibrillator or E. D. also can be lifesaving in being able to get one and hook it up to a person which doesn't take much except for following the pictures that are on the actual pads and very easy directions on most eighty dis would basically just says push here and there's audio prompts of telling you exactly what to do if that audio prompt tells you to shock that patient or that person you can actually convert their heart rhythm to one that can't pump blood through their body two one that can and the sooner you provide CPR the sooner you provide the eighty D. therapy the more likely it is that you get that person to survive this episode and live another day so let's say someone in our office collapses tell us exactly what should we do in win exactly what we just talked about is usually if you witness somebody collapsing number one you should alert people to so that there's a team that now becomes involved one person whoever's closer should check that person for a pulse if there's no policies should immediately begin hands only CPR his direct chest compressions somebody else who's been alerted called nine one one to get the to the highly trained merging are merging see medical personnel to start responding to your location and somebody else brings the AT T. to where that person is and starts hooking it up and that is the exact mechanism which you can provide immediate and life saving care the process that happen with Jay Bouwmeester that's exactly what happened except they have EMS on site and they have doctors on site but the immediacy of it is what everybody continues to remark about and of may in fact have turned out to be the most significant piece of the whole thing back to them thanks a lot for your time really appreciate it my pleasure Fred taker Dr Michael them as a slew care cardiologists at SSM health Saint Louis University hospital now what we come back we'll talk a little bit more about atrial fibrillation you're listening to health matters presented by SS and health on the voice of Saint Louis KMOX Hey it's Bob Matthews joined me Sunday at high noon for second amendment radio in the great outdoors with Tony Colombo then Ryan wrecker interest because all join me to chat about the headlines of the week including all that happened in New Hampshire dating somebody with a different political view or married to somebody like that doesn't happen and churches trash this Sunday on the voice of Saint Louis.
"ventricular tachycardia" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Prisons apparently starting to lighten a little bit as a matter of fact we've been told to quarantine at the southwestern Illinois correctional center in east Saint Louis could be lifted today if there are no new cases there you go who won that section of that prison still on lockdown because of about sixty men at that correctional center that had the flu like symptoms now the Robinson correctional center in eastern Illinois a seventy more men there have flu like symptoms and there are no plans at this point to lift the quarantine there the lock down now at the southwestern Illinois facility for a while you couldn't call your in made if you knew somebody there but now that his back in a four four so you can go ahead and call one day after a jury in Cape Girardeau awarded a mystery peach grower fifteen million dollars in a suit against bear and be a S. F. over the week killer to camera the jury returns to assess punitive damages the jury agreed bearing B. as S. F. committed negligence and conspired together after build bigger of Campbell claim to cambia drifted onto his peach trees from other farms defense attorneys argue the trees on bitter southeast Missouri farmer damage by root fungus and adverse weather not the drift of the chemical seamless blues defenseman Jay Bouwmeester recovering at a California hospital after having a special device implanted in his chest to help monitor his heart the device is called an ICD or an implantable cardioverter defibrillator slough care cardiologists doctor Michael them yes it's about Saint Louis University hospital says it's sort of like a pacemaker implanted just below the collarbone the two wires that go from the veins into the heart and what this does is actually monitors your heart beat on a twenty four seven basis and is programmed to detect if your heart rhythm goes into a bad heart rhythm we would call that ventricular tachycardia or ventricular fibrillation and if that were to occur than it has two ways to try to get your heart out of that reserve the most common way is to deliver an electric shock into the hard to get it back into a normal rhythm most likely info misters case doctor them says the ICD is meant to help prevent him from having another cardiac episode the causes loss of consciousness down the road Fred bottom or Saint Louis is newsradio KMOX same watch news time is six thirty five how did your stocks to yesterday we're gonna find out from Bob that meant at Stiefel coming up in just a moment and then we'll check in with Matt bands and get your forecast Chris Raby has our spring training report coming up boy doesn't that sound good and then we're gonna.
"ventricular tachycardia" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"That left one man dead thirty one rover Carl Robinson allegedly shot twenty two year old Jim Floyd and a twenty or a woman as they walked away from an argument Floyd died at the scene the woman was critically wounded settles lose Jay Bouwmeester is recovering after device implanted in his chest to monitor and control his heart beat it's called an I. C. D. are an implantable cardioverter defibrillator so and ICD implantable cardiac defibrillator is sort of like a pacemaker so we implanted kind of in the shoulder just below the collarbone most the time there's either one or two wires which extend from this device into the vein and they get in plant in the heart so care cardiologists doctor Michael limit SSM health Saint Louis University hospital and what this does is actually monitors your heart beat twenty four seven basis and is programmed to detect if your heart rhythm goes into a bad heart rhythm we would call that ventricular tachycardia or ventricular fibrillation and if that were to occur than it has two ways to try to get your heart out of that reserve say they'll update people next week a Missouri peach growers who sued there and be a F. F. over damaged his Archerd that he said was caused by the weed killer guy Campbell has been awarded fifteen million dollars in actual damages a Cape Girardeau jury schedule to return later Saturday to assess punitive damages the elevator alleged die camera drifted on his peach trees from other farms overnight clear skies.
"ventricular tachycardia" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Recovering in a California hospital after having a special device implanted in his chest to help monitor his heart beat we get more from Kim walks out that it Fred bottom of the device is called an ICD or an implantable cardioverter defibrillator slough care cardiologists doctor Michael them yes it's about Saint Louis University hospital says it's sort of like a pacemaker implanted just below the collarbone with two wires that go from the veins into the heart and what this does is actually monitors your heart beat on a twenty four seven basis and is programmed to detect if your heart rhythm goes into a bad heart rhythm we would call that ventricular tachycardia or ventricular fibrillation and if that were to occur than it has two ways to try to get your heart out of that reserve the most common way is to deliver an electric shock into the hard to get it back into a normal rhythm most likely info misters case doctor them says the ICD is meant to help prevent him from having another cardiac episode the causes loss of consciousness down the road Fred bottom or Saint Louis is newsradio KMOX a same as judge has dismissed a double murder case because the suspect has been jailed since August without an indictment a preliminary hearing associate circuit judge Craig Hagens throughout the case against Willie little prosecutors allege he shot twenty wash born and mock mark rather Kahlenberg in August the singles post reports Karen and defense defender Matthew Mahaffey said today that little hundred seventy six days in jail exceeded the state Supreme Court ruled that a preliminary hearing must be held within a reasonable time after felony charges are filed cable X. news time a five oh six singles older woman has an idea to get the stalled border free holders process rolling but at least one person this call I get crazy this is Kevin killing the problem for months has been the city's nine nominees to the board of freeholders are stuck in an older man a committee that can't decide what to do older one heather Navarro's idea is this the older man president should put more older men on that committee so.
"ventricular tachycardia" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Is programmed to shock it back into a normal rhythm that Ellen says most people who have I. CD's have ventricular tachycardia or an abnormal heart beat that caused them to pass out and the exigent weather forecast and not as frigid tonight clear skies overnight low near twenty tomorrow breezy and milder the high near fifty and then for Sunday dry and mild high fifty one could hit fifty six by Monday it's sunny and twenty three degrees it feels like sixteen downtown of the arch I'm Carole Daniel well greens is only minutes away with weak if this Valentine's day say I love you with the perfect hallmark card or you make every day special with their valentines favorite fragrance Walgreens now with car through February fourteenth select fragrances are twenty percent off in select premium chocolates or two for eight dollars thinking about life insurance what if you could make one free phone call and learn your best price from nearly a dozen highly rated price competitive companies well that's exactly what happens when you call select quote life for example George is forty he was getting sky high quotes from other companies because he takes meds to control his blood pressure but when I shopped around I found him a ten year five hundred thousand dollar policy for under twenty five dollars a month I'm select quote agent dance aveeno and believe me if select quote is in shopping for your life insurance you're probably paying too much for your free quote call eight hundred seven zero four twenty three thirty that's eight hundred seven zero four twenty three thirty eight hundred seven zero four twenty three thirty or go to select quote dot com since nineteen eighty five we shop you save get full details on the example policy it's local dot com slash commercials are price could very depending on your health insurance company the fact is not available in all states hi I'm Josh and I just scored an amazing deal with sprint a brand new thirty two gig I pageants seven completely on them all I had to do with that unlimited data for twenty five dollars per month on my new line with auto pay can you believe it a new iPad on sprint's visit a sprint store now through February sixteenth to learn more zero dollars after nineteen seventy medical for twenty months kind of plugged into those parts online account to.
"ventricular tachycardia" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"North Wisconsin and we stopped in Managua and I walked into a gas station with the assumption I was just going in to get a snack and my life completely change that day and that is NO exaggeration I collapsed out of no where and my heart went into ventricular fibrillation which is like the worst heart rhythm you're marking going to base their hearts just fluttering and not doing anything no symptoms no prior clues sounds pretty bad but truth be told the Cole was like I was in a gas station that was right in front of a hospital in Managua and an ambulance was coming back from a call where they have to pick somebody up so when they got the dispatch because the gas attendant at this gas station thanks for the call nine one one immediately they were right next to it that's the good news the bad CPR in epinephrine from going into do you feel over and over again over the course of eighteen hours seventy eight times I wanted coated leading flailing meaning flat line doctors who were to Wausau hospital where her family watch going cold dying like seventy times absolutely seventy eight times I I died how come you didn't I know you but I I know I'm laughing because it it really is an amazing question because I shouldn't be alive not only did she live she didn't suffer any heart damage not even a broken rib from all that CPR next would cover for our right to freedom they had what they needed to deal with their situation there she stabilizers but after five days in an induced coma her mom gets a call now I can you to come back she's declining my kidneys failed completely in my liver was failing my lungs were feeling I was going in a modular organ failure because my heart was only working at ten percent the body was sending blood to her internal organs her legs were dying doctors said the choice was to either amputate or die three months to make the call so my mom had to make that call without me their way but there was really no hesitation for her surgery ends so does Nicole's Coleman issue came out of it her mom asked if anyone had told her about her legs she pulled the blankets down because they had tons of blankets on me and I just I didn't see anything there was nothing there at the end of my bed and I thought god my life is over my life is over everything I worked so hard for it's gone doctors figured out the problem he was a mutation from her mother C. P. T. S. catecholamine induced polymorphic ventricular tachycardia and it's the worst form ventricular fibrillation which is what I have her place because the physician's assistant went.
"ventricular tachycardia" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Hell she passed out of boot camp she thought nothing of it maybe doctors were concerned either even as the episodes continued and that was the problem going to the doctors I was young I had no family history I had no issues prior to that so they didn't think that I could have heart problems I think all of us think of this as being something that affects overweight people I it wasn't funny she keep having black outs for ten years pass out go to the ER they would tell me I was having an anxiety attack or I was dehydrated the last time it happened a nurse practitioner finally ordered a cardiology consul the changed her professional life after all the tests that they run the doctor came in and the first thing he said to me was I don't know how to tell you this but your career in the navy is over it also saved her life I was diagnosed with left ventricular not compaction cardiomyopathy a very rare condition affecting about one half of one percent of the world's population the left side of my heart is a sponge and without any exertion or physical activities the spongy parts my heart tickle my heart for lack of better words and send it into a really fast rhythm called ventricular tachycardia and that can lead to cardiac arrest still sees doctors installed the fix I had a pacemaker defibrillator place my chest so that if I were to go into cardiac arrest that would shock me and save my life doctors aren't sure why she has bill V. N. C. but they now know that she came very close to dying because of it from what they told me had I not hit the ground as hard as I did in the last episode.
"ventricular tachycardia" Discussed on 710 WOR
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"ventricular tachycardia" Discussed on 710 WOR
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"ventricular tachycardia" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"With us so Kevin you're released from the hospital after this sausage bout but then it looks like it comes back or something right for the next three years so I went through complications like you wouldn't believe about forty five plus major complications developed from this thing and it was alluding to doctors god yeah they don't have any idea what was going on I wound up having surgery on my knee extensive rectal surgery and they can understand what form to what the lease hemorrhoids were the size of walnuts that form ten they couldn't figure that out right away either I had surgery done on my heart because I had political to S. V. T. super ventricular tachycardia IST the new radio frequency oblation had just been perfected for my particular type of problem so I didn't have to wear a pacemaker and there's a whole bunch of other things that happened to my body until finally I found myself in my primary care physician's office Dr Nick Amaya pelik and he came in to the exam room that day I still remember this day when you gently closed the door quietly and he looked at me and he said Kevin there's nothing more western medicine can do for you you're dying we don't know what's killing I suspect maybe the on the average about six months to live like a cancer patient with the we can't figure this thing out so who's going to cancel this bill because he didn't think it was fair to charge make since he couldn't help me and I left that office scared actually terrify me because I didn't know if I was afraid of death it's just there were things I still wanted to do I went down into my car and I pray to our lord and I so what's going on you know what is this which sent me back forth you gonna put me through all of this and is a good question yeah so I drove home and it just continued to get worse finally I found myself on my living room floor one Sunday afternoon and I was totally out of energy completely I was going into a coma and I knew it and I couldn't get up I had no strength in my body and I started to slip into what seemed like a moment of darkness as a close my eyes and suddenly I hear this beautiful female voice say rise up your healing is waiting for you and I opened my eyes real quick because I was trying to get the strength to go to this healthy it's a nutrition store you know healthy I think it's what is that healthy discounts yeah well or GMC or something like that yeah well there was one I like to go which is the one in Venice Boulevard I knew them this is a great one on center up that way to really yeah okay I have to go look sometime but back then healthy discounts was there so Georgia took me an hour to finally find the strength to lift my body all my god and I finally I felt like I was outside of my body caring it felt to me because I can I was totally disconnected from everything so dead literally and so I got my car and I drove down van Nuys Boulevard and I'm certain there humming going on I don't know what I'm doing when I'm going to my here and finally I got to the store I walked in normally the store doesn't have anybody in it but had quite a few people and I went over to the pictures so I want to check one of the herbal tinctures yeah and they'll listen I hear they're awesome the volume of every voice in the stores lowered as though someone took a master volume knob and lowered every voice and all I could hear was this man talking to this woman and she was chewing him out in the he was trying to say madam look I can help you you've got parasites in your body just let me work with you which is a parasite someone should like fifty five years old his immaculately dressed and everything else and she just thought that was the most worse insults you could ever receive from somebody but she was sick but I gravitated towards this man because two weeks previous I was in the part of an E. R. I'd visited every hospital in the San Fernando everybody knew you in the hospital yeah thing is that right and and two weeks previous I've finally got a doctor because I had one of the complications I had world the spasms behind my rib cage area that would never stop and they drove me crazy they went on for like two years and this doctor comes in and says sounds like you've got coastal contrivances so what's that what happens when parasites get into body else in the word parasites rang a bell is that my god I haven't heard one doctor mention that in all the doctors that I've gone to so that when I heard this woman mentioned work there I mean when doctor Smith Stocker St two years in the city when he mentioned the word parasites I made the connection I said the doctor said two weeks ago pericytes when we talk to the end that's what you got from the sausage a couple years before that yeah but we didn't know that yet so I get I I get into one of the aisles there because you couldn't talk about this stuff as doctors they go ballistic that this so disconnected from so much in medicine the whole medical systems disconnected so anyway this is man's name is doctor Rick Santee needs a natural path Dr the fact he wrote a book I am I have on my website called prostate release now this is a magnificent Dr he travels all over the world helping people he's he's in the carribean these days getting people well this okay and why he's there because what happened to him here but his licensing no doubt yeah well anyway he says to me he says if they ever had a life so but exam done and I said now I think we know what it is and I've studied microscopy yeah when since I was a kid I used up my own microscope and he said I'll show you and so we set up a time I was wearing a Holter monitor they were trying to radio controlled watching my heart waiting for something to happen from the spasms going on in my knees but they couldn't find anything so anyway I get into the meat with Mr Asante and I get to see what a life so blood exam is and George when we looked at that blood exam even though every single serum blood exam said I was fine I was looking at my blood and it was a disaster all of my sales were chained together they were in the mix this little guy called soma Ted inside blood that doctors don't really talk about and was discovered by gas to naissance awhile back and that little guy is going into it's simply a more fix cycles which turns into sports bacteria and you have done all over the place these.
"ventricular tachycardia" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"There's no doubt about it there's an inverse association between health and lacking Fishel's if you have more officials and help you stay healthy so here's looking at reviews of hundreds of studies on the heart that included millions of people there's more research on fish oils than all the research on all the stock was put together there's more evidence officials protect you from a heart attack a stroke sudden cardiac death atrial fibrillation ventricular tachycardia there's more evidence officials protect you from heart problems then adding up all the studies on twelve a status symbol start review was Staten and all the other stuff there's more research officials than there is on if you took all of the sudden pravachol promised land full shot Russia was done a twelve percent so Mister you took all the studies I'm almost done they're nowhere near the number studies officials so how dare they say there's no research official let me just stupid but there's you research showing officials keep you alive which your heart with your heart is one of the let me redo this one because it just came out it's on fish oils and your heart rate officials in your heart rate it's fifty one randomized controlled you in clinical trials okay fifty one starting fifty one study ships in.
"ventricular tachycardia" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Was keeping them at a hospital they were more active they were more fit their quality of life was better they had a greater willingness to survive so then they did a longer bigger study on almost five hundred aging people elderly people and it was strongly preventing deaths related to the heart that's from a with me is like a true for relation or ventricular tachycardia deaths from heart failure death from heart attacks deaths from heart seizures and sudden cardiac death was keeping him alive I cut down on heart related dying by fifty three percent and this large number people it's a very powerful story they went back and looked at these people twelve years later they were still surviving cutter there was still a forty one percent decreased risk of dying from the heart related revenge twelve years after the study in the ten years after the study ended there was a forty five percent decreased risk of dying twelve years after there was a forty one percent decrease risk a dark so people who took ubiquinol five to seven years even on a stop to I had made the heart so healthy and so much younger that even ten twelve years later they were still surviving but I mean that's amazing that's something to talk about let's talk about disease porch now they did a study with the Carolingians to to and Beth Israel deaconess hospital I found that if you gave them injectable coke you ten they survive better over the following here now let's support she you Beckles absorb leopard an injectable Klickitat I mean excuse me the oral computer ubiquinol is absorbed many many many times but an oral computer sure they had to use injections any sort of touch of ours but when they did the same study what oral ubiquinol I kept parts of attacks are farmers alive also show me how to use it injectable Cokie time to get the same effect but when I used oral ubiquinol had the same effect it was a study run by the university of Maryland and researchers in Europe and researchers in Japan it was an international study of a whole bunch of heart attack survivors let's go to a break here he can fight health both are you pickles on special talk a little bit more about it when we come back from a break and his today.
"ventricular tachycardia" Discussed on The Heart Life
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"ventricular tachycardia" Discussed on The Heart Life
"To say you know I care enough about myself and an about at my own house to say okay. We want to get a second opinion. And if the second doctor says no it's just stress than okay. It's stress trust but if the second doctor so pay me do we need to give this a walk. Then Qianlong to advocate for yourself can be such a a way of basically saving your life. I mean I can. I can recall the night before my first surgery. having a really bad episode of cardiac online my parents spoke with the doctor. They said come into the emergency room will admit you tonight on then that way. You're here bright and early for the surgery surgery tomorrow and can monitor what's going on and going into the ER and the first nurse in the emergency room that came up to me. Was We horrible to me. I'm just kept badgering me. Tell her what drugs I look and here I am. I've been diagnosed but because I'm young and I work healthy. We're going to assume that I took drugs as opposed to the fact that I'm checking into the hospital because tomorrow morning. I'm having a cardiac ablation and so just thinking from that experience taking the moment to say you know if somebody says something doesn't feel right. We shouldn't jump to conclusions and say well you're young Or your healthy so it could never possibly be whatever the outcome is but just willingness to kind of look at the options is and and say you know could it be. Could it be a heart attack. It could be even if you're not a seventy seven year old man. Yeah it could be a heart attack. It could be. You're thirty five and a young woman and healthy and having a heart attack and it doesn't necessarily you look the way that the TV or the movies shall ass or even the way. The medical field talks about it in terms of what a typical man heart attack. Looks like as opposed to the symptoms that a woman might have your obviously doing well and everything's under control as far as you know with your condition but I'm sure it hasn't always been that way for you. So what would you say have been or has been your lowest point or your your biggest fear about living with heart disease. I think when I was initially diagnosed the initial list of Oh you will never was really difficult to handle but I think as a teenager so much of it so far future that it was hard to Oh really internalize but when I was thirty and the symptoms came back it was frustrating. I can I can and say that I met my husband. We had our first date. I think three days before I had my I repeat episode of of the Chocolate Cardia and so basically our I more or less six months of dating was the re diagnosis the testing costing and trying to schedule surgery. And so you're it was that I met this person and we clicked and things seemed really great but the the first six months of our relationship was dealing with medication and doctor's appointments on medication that more or less. He joked he knew that if once they took the medication was about an hour before I was more or less than the unconscious because it affected me so deeply so I think that was really frustrating into like you know we did all these things right and probably in the best health I've ever been and I'm working a job. I haven't met this guy that I like and all of these things being seem to be going right and then out pops this heart issue again and saying so. Are they going to tell me. These limits again. Am I going the sit here and thirty one living like I am living alone and I I am driving a car and I do like my job wondering wondering you know. Are they gonNA say all of that needs to go away or are they gonna dot point because at that point children do seem like something. That's feasible as a ball. Are they gonNA stay up. And so I think that would probably the most difficult sort of period and then once Over being able to combat hugh commissions and optimistic part of Gorda. Okay I got through that. Let's analysis with life right and you're married now so he passed that test. It sounds like early in the relationship right. That was the true true test that I'm happy that it worked out. And he's obviously good guide. Sounds like is he stuck around he was there and now. He's your husband so right right great. We've talked about the difficult times. And you're motivated driven woman and you do volunteer here and advocate for Heart Disease Awareness and education. And you do some work with your local American Heart Association chapter can can you tell me about what some of the things that you're doing to kind of raise awareness with the community. Yes so in the past I was a heart walk. Survivor advocate When they need people to kind of go out and share their story? I always willing to do that. A good a local radio program last week actually Talking about heart disease and sort of women's heart issues I serves as the CO chair of the New Jersey State government relations committee and so in that context. I get to kind of go out and advocate with our lawmakers about issues related to health care. So I've been to meet with members of Congress and their staff on more than one occasion in in DC and was there in June actually. In the middle of sort of the first round of healthcare voting to advocating on behalf of myself on behalf of research and folk to experienced stroke and heart attack limited to you all different issues sort of sharing the story. And I think that it's important especially as I'm GonNa call myself young even though forty it's approaching as a young still you in the contract and that's and that's what it is in the context of heart disease to share with people staffer who are in and around my age and have had similar educational experiences that down. And you know it's not just your grandparents that have cardiac issues. It's not just people who are seventy and older. It's people who are young then when we pass legislation or make decisions about funding. We need to make sure that we're taking into account that there are children and there are young people and and we're really setting them up for a lifetime of success by funding things and funding research. Especially right we're complicating things for them and so I think that that's been probably some of the more rewarding things to be able to sit and look at people and say hey remember when you went to law school it was great time rang. I love school and I got to go because I have taken care of and thinking about putting them sort of put on my shoes and look at me and say you could be me. It's hard to imagine my ninety year old grandmother in in your shoes that you and I are the same age and we've had you know we're wearing the same suit so we could be interchangeable so things things in perspective and it humanizes to the experience because there's a face it's not just this abstract thing that affecting old people and I'm I'm too young to even think about that but it's somebody you know it's a colleague gets a family member you know it adds it puts a face to disease these. It doesn't actually this last time My son came with us to DC until it was nice to sort of point to him and say. This is the kid that I thought I would never have buy. In 'cause we fund research and advances were made they dealt with my issue uh now here he is and he's cute and he's funny and he's making me live laugh and not because we fund Nih Research and and I ate research funds heart research across the country. And then that's how we get advancement in care so it's good that you know you. You are advocating for the cause and you know putting that law degree to us and kind of working and networking with folks folks than your circle. Because that's what it's about just really educating educating educating and raising awareness what has living with heart disease tie you you from fifteen years ago to now thirty nine you know a number of years but what would you say has is your outlook on life or oh has it shaped who you are as a woman today I think it lets you take things in stride in ways that I think people people who haven't dealt with serious illness can't you. There's a lot of perspective taking so you know I get a flat tire on my way to work. Yes it's terrible all and I hate it but it's okay we can get through it and I think that lets you be resilient in ways that maybe wouldn't have otherwise thought I mean if you can overcome heart disease then yeah you can do. I'm pretty much anything and I think that's pretty much always been my perspective on it. That are not going to let it via limitation. I'm going to let it be a motivation. Chen sort of You tell me I can't. I'm going to prove you wrong and so and I think that there are times that sometimes times when we're given this. Devastating News attempted to sort of wallow in the experience or kind of have a hard time. Imagining what we're GONNA do to deal with it. And I tried to flip that on the had and say okay. I got through that I can get through anything. which is is why? I went back to school at thirty two to get a doctorate and was able to say you know other days of business. Terrible being the graduate student in my thirties but I can do it dissertations. Not so bad after you've had heart surgery while you were awake so I think that that's part of it is just kind of using it as a motivator and not letting it limit me I mean I still don't drink coffee and I don't think Caffeine ASEAN and other stuff that I don't do you know I never had a cigarette but I don't really feel like missing out because I never had a cigarette and didn't have have that rebellious teenage period. where I did crazy stuff like that? I think that it it sort of let me rationalize or it works through different choices in different ways and make decisions about sort of what life to live. Because I I can imagine that the ten year old thinking wow I'm gonna live with my parents for the rest of my life. So and how important adventure. How important importantly thank for? You was just having that support system you know what your parents obviously because you were fifteen when you were diagnosed but just having a network around you over the years to kind of help to shape those beliefs and attitude that you have positive outcome. I I think that a support network really just sucks you up for success. I mean your twenty th what you're GonNa do it but if you're around people that are willing support you. I think it makes it easier. If you're around people who aren't willing to support you being able to reach out to other networks you know through the go read movement and being able to connect with other people who have more experience that even if it's online being able to connect with other women Eh. Doing the same thing you're doing. I think that makes it easier because you don't feel alone with this strange thing that everybody in society thanks again old white man. That's who have heart disease or your grandparents so being able to. Do you know the people in your life able to support you in a way that you need to be supported being able to reach out and find people who will support groups online supports volunteer opportunities. That will connect you to other people. I think that that gave you a place to share your experience but also plays to realize that you're not the only one on dealing with these issues so we're about to wrap up here rebecca so any final thoughts anything. I didn't ask that you would like to share Air and also where can we find you..
"ventricular tachycardia" Discussed on The Heart Life
"Imagine you're a sophomore in high school and you start to experience. Dizzy spells tunnel vision blackouts fainting. But you're not sure why live. Sounds pretty scary right well. That was what happened to this week. We told my parents that they could try to find somebody who may be willing to do. Open heart surgery to try to target some of the tissue that was causing electrical issues. But there was this sort of lifetime China mutation list. They gave us but I would never drive. I would never have kids. I would never live alone. I would probably never be able to really whacked. Welcome to episode three of the heart life. I'm your host safety and Walker and today will be Rebecca Smith. Casey who was diagnosed I knows with super ventricular attacking cardio also called. Sat when she was fifteen years old. This is Rebecca Story mm-hmm. I.