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Frank J. Pearl, M.D.

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Voluntary Professor of Medicine, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Miami, FL. Board certified in cardiovascular disease

doctort@cardiachealth.org

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Expert opinions on cardiac, thoracic and vascular diseases

Mustafa Ahmed MD

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Cardiology, Interventional Cardiology, Cardiac Surgery, Hypertension, Pulmonary Embolism, Structural and Valve Disease

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2015-03-24 Adjusting to low fat diet?:

Personally I feel that a low carb, moderately low fat diet is good for most people unless your are ApoE 4/4.    Your previous diet was probably Ok if it was not high fat.     Ask your doctor about a 64

2015-03-19 Echo:

Hi Justin,   http://myheart.net/articles/echocardiography-part-1-what-is-an-echocardiogram/    What was the reason for the echo,     LV function is typically in the range of 55% however the reading is

2015-03-17 Diastolic Dysfunction:

Hi, http://myheart.net/articles/    It is unlikely that your newly diagnosed diastolic dysfunction and high blood pressure are related or connected to your fibromyalgia. However, it is likely that your

2015-03-17 Beta Blockers:

Hi Martin,    Beta blockers may slow down heart rate and the stroke volume (ml pumped per beat). Usually the reduction is volume of blood pumped isn't near significant to cause symptoms as enough blood

2015-03-16 1 clogged artery, 3 clean. B.P. question:

Hi,     An allergy to beta-blockers isn't common, some may experience fatigue. If beta blockers can't be tolerated then they don't have to be prescribed. There is some evidence that a class of medicines

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