Heart & Vascular

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Heart Failure: How an Implantable Sensor Can Help

A piece of technology smaller than an AA battery has proven to keep heart failure patients from re-admittance to the hospital.

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Coronary Calcium Score Test: A Tool to Clarify Heart Disease Risk

A coronary calcium score test is a low-level CT scan that looks at the coronary arteries, which supply blood to the heart muscle. The scan checks for calcified plaque buildup along the walls of these arteries.

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Patient Experiences Crippling Anxiety After Cardiac Event

On a hot summer day in 2019, 52-year-old Danielle Sczerowski was driving to work, just like she did every day. Her commute on this particular day, however, was far from routine. Suddenly she felt a sharp pain in her chest and began to sweat.

FMD

FMD: A Hidden Blood Vessel Disease That Strikes Middle-Aged Women

A disease of the blood vessels that most often affects middle-aged women can increase risk of heart attack, stroke and high blood pressure. But until recently, the disease was not well-known – even among physicians.

Abraham smiles from his hospital bed

New High-Density Grid Mapping Catheter Locates Origin of Fast Heart Rate

Dr. Chris Snyder, Dr. Walter Hoyt and their entire team with the Congenital Heart Collaborative at UH Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital performed a procedure on Abraham‘s heart using a new high-density grid mapping catheter.

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How a Panic Attack Saved One Woman's Life

Contessa assumed she was having a panic attack when she felt her heart racing, but her upper extremity blood pressure came back in the upper 180s. Her condition was so severe that she was treated almost immediately in the cath lab at UH Rainbow.

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Newborn With Single Ventricle Thrives With Expert Care

Eliza was diagnosed with double inlet left ventricle, or single ventricle, at 19 weeks gestation during a routine ultrasound.

Abbey on the beach

Cardioverter Defibrillator Helps Teen with Arrhythmogenic Left Ventricular Dysplasia

After Abbey was diagnosed with arrhythmogenic left ventricular dysplasia, her care team – led by Dr. Chris Snyder and Dr. Walter Hoyt – determined the best course of action would be to implant a cardioverter defibrillator.

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