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Mustafa Ahmed MD

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

doctort@cardiachealth.org

U.S.
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Expert opinions on cardiac, thoracic and vascular diseases

Frank J. Pearl, M.D.

U.S.
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returns 09/02/2014
Voluntary Professor of Medicine, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Miami, FL. Board certified in cardiovascular disease

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2014-08-26 Resveratrol with Xarelto:

Hi,     There unlikely to be much published literature on the subject due to the fact that the interactions between those two drugs has not been studied well. Laboratory experiments demonstrated that resveratrol

2014-08-26 tetsing:

Hi, there some reading on stress testing etc at http://blog.myheart.net/2014/03/17/do-i-need-a-stress-test/.    The EKG is a useful tool. its most useful for heart rhythm disorders and in patients having

2014-08-26 Cholesterol:

Hi, there will be an article by a colleague of mine posted soon on this topic at http://blog.myheart.net.    Reducing serum cholesterol is conventionally a 3-pronged approach, there are additional considerations

2014-08-25 angina vs gerd:

Hi Tonia,  A one time occurrence of chest pain such as you describe (and  In the absence of cardiac risks) is very unlikely to be caused by CAD. You can calculate your cardiac risks here:  http://www.cardiachealth

2014-08-24 angiogram:

Hi Merril  I don't know what they meant, but assume "mild". If so, you should be checked regularly for progression and meanwhile live as heart healthy life style as possible:  http://www.cardiachealth

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