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  • 2020 ACC Expert Consensus Decision Pathway on Management of Conduction Dist...
    AbstractConsensus regarding a reasonable strategy to manage cardiac conduction disturbances after transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) has been elusive. This is due to the absence of adequately powered, randomized controlled trials; the often transient nature of the conduction disturbances; evolving ...
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Stem Cells in Heart Failure with Dr. Emerson Perin

How can we utilize the regenerative stem cells already found in the human adult body to combat the effects of heart failure? Dr. Alain Bouchard discusses this cutting edge realm of medicine with Dr. Emerson Perin, director of the Center for Clinical Research at the Texas Heart Institute. Subscribe to the MyHeart.net Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, […]

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Stem Cells in Heart Failure with Dr. Emerson Perin
May 13, 2022

How can we utilize the regenerative stem cells already found in the human adult body to combat the effects of heart failure? Dr. Alain Bouchard discusses this cutting edge realm of medicine with Dr. Emerson Perin, director of the Center for Clinical Research at the Texas Heart Institute. Subscribe to the MyHeart.net Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, […]

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May 4, 2022

This article was written in collaboration with Dr. Emerson Perin, Director of the Center for Clinical Research, Texas Heart Institute, Houston, TX. Heart failure with reduced ejection fraction is a chronic but progressive disease. Patients can live several years and even decades with chronic systolic heart failure. However, the progression of the disease can lead […]

Woman after surgery Late Cardiac Effects After Stem Cell or Bone Marrow Transplants
April 5, 2022

This article was written in collaboration with Drs. Wendy Bottinor from VCU Health, Richmond, Virginia, and Carrie Lenneman from UAB School of Medicine in Birmingham, Alabama. Approximately 1 million stem cell or bone marrow transplants are performed worldwide. In the US, 20,000 stem cell transplants (SCT) are performed each year for hematological malignancies such as […]

Two young patients with leukemia. Heart Disease in Childhood Cancer Survivors
March 22, 2022

This article was written in collaboration with Drs. Wendy Bottinor, VCU Health, Richmond, Virginia and Carrie Lenneman, UAB Medical School, Birmingham, Alabama. Approximately 14,000 new cases of cancer in childhood and adolescence are found each year in the US, and 84% will be alive 5 years later. It is estimated that over 500,000 childhood cancer […]

Childhood cancer patient Heart Disease in Childhood Cancer Survivors with Drs. Wendy Bottinor & Carrie Lenneman

It is estimated that over 500,000 childhood cancer survivors live to adulthood, but the cure of cancer sometimes comes at a cost. Dr. Alain Bouchard is joined by Drs. Wendy Bottinor, VCU Health, Richmond, Virginia and Carrie Lenneman, UAB Medicine, in a discussion of heart disease in childhood cancer survivors. Subscribe to the MyHeart.net Podcast […]

Cardio-Oncology 101 with Dr. Yan Liu
February 21, 2022

When undergoing cancer treatment, the last thing any patient wants to worry about is a heart attack. Dr. Alain Bouchard is joined by Dr. Yan Liu of Ascension Seton in a discussion of the intricate nature of cardio-oncology. Subscribe to the MyHeart.net Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Google Podcasts.

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Stem Cells in Heart Failure with Dr. Emerson Perin
May 13, 2022

How can we utilize the regenerative stem cells already found in the human adult body to combat the effects of heart failure? Dr. Alain Bouchard discusses this cutting edge realm of medicine with Dr. Emerson Perin, director of the Center for Clinical Research at the Texas Heart Institute. Subscribe to the MyHeart.net Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, […]

Stem Cells for the Treatment of Heart Failure
Stem Cells for the Treatment of Heart Failure
May 4, 2022

This article was written in collaboration with Dr. Emerson Perin, Director of the Center for Clinical Research, Texas Heart Institute, Houston, TX. Heart failure with reduced ejection fraction is a chronic but progressive disease. Patients can live several years and even decades with chronic systolic heart failure. However, the progression of the disease can lead […]

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Late Cardiac Effects After Stem Cell Transplant with Drs. Wendy Bottinor & Carrie Lenneman
April 5, 2022

Dr. Alain Bouchard continues his discussion of the cardiac effects of cancer treatment with Drs. Wendy Bottinor, VCU Health, Richmond, Virginia and Carrie Lenneman, UAB Medicine, this time focusing on stem cell transplant patients. Subscribe to the MyHeart.net Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Google Podcasts.

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Stem Cells for the Treatment of Heart Failure
Stem Cells for the Treatment of Heart Failure
May 4, 2022

This article was written in collaboration with Dr. Emerson Perin, Director of the Center for Clinical Research, Texas Heart Institute, Houston, TX. Heart failure with reduced ejection fraction is a chronic but progressive disease. Patients can live several years and even decades with chronic systolic heart failure. However, the progression of the disease can lead […]

Choosing the right sources of carbohydrates is essential for preventing cardiovascular disease
Choosing the Right Sources of Carbohydrates is Essential for Preventing Cardiovascular Disease
November 1, 2021

In this article from June 24, 2021, Dr. Martin Juneau of the Montreal Heart Institute explores a very simple way to improve our cardiovascular health through diet. OVERVIEW Recent studies show that people who regularly consume foods containing low-quality carbohydrates (simple sugars, refined flours) have an increased risk of cardiovascular events and premature mortality. Conversely, a high […]

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Standing Up is Still Doing a Little Exercise!
October 25, 2021

In this article from December 21, 2020, Dr. Martin Juneau of the Montreal Heart Institute has some good news for those seniors who hate exercise: standing up can count! OVERVIEW Sedentary lifestyle is associated with a significant increase in the risk of cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, certain types of cancer and an increased risk of dying prematurely. […]

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Stem Cells for the Treatment of Heart Failure
Stem Cells for the Treatment of Heart Failure
May 4, 2022

This article was written in collaboration with Dr. Emerson Perin, Director of the Center for Clinical Research, Texas Heart Institute, Houston, TX. Heart failure with reduced ejection fraction is a chronic but progressive disease. Patients can live several years and even decades with chronic systolic heart failure. However, the progression of the disease can lead […]

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