How to Remove Varicose Veins
What Are Varicose Veins? Varicose veins are enlarged veins that may be twisted and have an undesirable appearance. In some cases, they may signal cardiovascular problems. For many ...Read More
What is Cardiac Catheterization?
Cardiac catheterization is a procedure that is used to diagnose and treat conditions impacting the heart. A flexible, slender tube – a catheter – is introduced into a ...Read More
When Is the Best Time to See a Cardiologist?
A cardiologist is a physician who focuses on illness affecting the heart and the blood vessels. Someone who experiences heart problems or cardiovascular disease may be referred to ...Read More
Are Spider Veins Harmful?
Spider veins are a milder type of varicose veins. They can be unsightly when their weblike patterns (hence the name) are visible on the surface of your skin. ...Read More
Benefits of a Stress Test
When you have a heart problem or when your doctor suspects one, you might need to take a stress test. This type of test can provide your doctor ...Read More
Am I A Candidate For A Leg Arterial Sonogram?
What Is a Leg Arterial Sonogram? A sonogram is a type of diagnostic imaging procedure that uses high frequency sound waves to create an image of the interior ...Read More
Treatment For Coronary Artery Disease
Coronary artery disease occurs when the blood vessels responsible for supplying many of the heart’s needs — including oxygenated blood and necessary nutrients — become diseased or blocked ...Read More
Causes Of Deep Vein Thrombosis
You may have heard warnings that it’s important to walk around and stretch your legs when you’re on a plane or work in an environment where you are ...Read More
What Causes Spider Veins?
Spider veins that appear on your body, such as your legs, usually don’t cause major health problems. However, their highly visible appearance can cause you to feel self-conscious. ...Read More
Signs That You May Need An Electrocardiogram (EKG)
When your doctor has reason to suspect that you might be at risk of having a heart problem, you might need to have an electrocardiogram (EKG) done. An ...Read More