Blog Posts - Cardiologist



Coronary Artery Disease – How to Diagnose?

Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) refers to a medical condition that is caused by a hindrance in heart’s blood supply due to plaque or fatty substance buildup in the coronary arteries. This condition is also referred to as Coronary Heart Disease.&#...

Life after Coronary Angioplasty

Coronary Angioplasty is a procedure to widen narrowed or obstructed arteries or veins, helping the patients who suffer from coronary artery disease. It can, however, be a lifesaving procedure for those who have suffered a heart attack and need help&#...

The Best Foods For Your Heart, According To A Cardiologist

As you may have heard, unfortunately most of the best foods on earth can cause cardiovascular disease. So what are you supposed to eat all day? Your basic fruits and The post The Best Foods For Your Heart, According To A Cardiologist appeared first...
by Jobs & Vacancies in Kenya on Dec 10, 2015

Abu Qasim involved in killing of Ex-Director of SKIMS Soura Srinagar, eminent cardiologist Dr. Sheikh Jalal Din

Abu QasimLeT commander Abu Qasim Killed in Kulgam: Police  Sachnews Jammu Kashmir Srinagar, October 29: The Inspector General of Police Kashmir Zone S.J.M. Gillani addressed a press conference at Police control Room Srinagar today. He was flan...
by Writer-South Asia on Nov 11, 2015

Two great doctors Too painful memories to be forgotten

Dr (Prof) S.JalalDr Syed Muhammed Fazlullah (IAS) Yes I too wanted to build a dream and the dream in turn would build me, I hoped. It is merely synchronization that two noble souls, two doctors, both heart specialists became my friends both elder to...
by Writer-South Asia on Nov 11, 2015

ESIC Cardiologist Recruitment 2015

ESIC Recruitment 2015 : Employees State Insurance Corporation, Ahmedabad Notification :: EMPLOYEES STATE INSURANCE CORPORATION, Ahmedabad has issued Notification for the Recruitment of 01 Cardiologist Specialist post on Contract basis The post ESIC...
by Guru Job Alert on Jul 20, 2015

More Than 1 in 10 Taking Aspirin for Their Heart Are Inappropriately Doing So

Many people have heard of the regimen of taking a daily low-dose aspirin (acetylsalicylic acid) to help ward off heart attacks, and for certain people, it’s a routine which has the potential to save their life. On the other hand, a new study pu...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Jan 14, 2015

My Health Report

I’m so sorry that I haven’t kept everyone up-to-date on my health condition, as I promised I would do. (For those of you who were not aware, I have had a couple of scares with cancer issues and with a heart condition).I am very happy to tell y...

Heart Concerns

Last night, my humans had to rush me to the hospital. Apparently I wasn’t feeling too well. I couldn’t stand up properly and I was feeling lethargic. At the hospital, the vets ran the necessary tests and found that my heart rate was very low.I wi...

Karamel the Miniature Poodle gets a pacemaker

After Karamel, an energetic 10-pound Poodle, had a near-fatal episode, her owners, Ann and Gerald Ransom, consulted with doggie cardiologist, Dr. Sarah Scruggs, and learned that she had a heart blockage. They had years earlier rescued the 8-year-old...
by The Poodle (and dog) blog on Jan 11, 2014

Vacancies in Baba Farid University of Health Sciences (BFUHS) Dec-2013

Baba Farid University of Health Sciences (BFUHS) Faridkot, Punjab Applications are invited from the eligible candidates for filling up the following vacant posts on Regular/ adhoc/ contract basis in the constituent college of the University: : ...

Conrad Murray Appeal Arguments Set For January 9

Former cardiologist Conrad Murray is appealing his 2011 criminal conviction for his role in the death of Michael Jackson. The California 2nd District Court of Appeal in Los Angeles has scheduled arguments in the case for January 9th, 2014. Murray is...
by Law Med Blog on Dec 15, 2013

‘Have the butter every time,’ says cardiologist. Should I ditch my statins?

For more than 20 years, there have been one or two medical commentators in newspapers, such as the Telegraph’s great James Le Fanu, who have rejected the cholesterol theory of heart disease. Dr Le Fanu has always maintained that (most) people s...
by Health Tips And Tricks on Nov 4, 2013

Killers had not martyred Dr Sheikh JALAL SIR only but killed all those poor patients who were being treated by SIR,and they will be answerable on the day of justice .....

Killers had not martyred Dr Sheikh JALAL SIR only but killed all those poor patients who were being treated by SIR,and they will be answerable on the day of justice ..... Sheikh GULZAAR...
by Writer-South Asia on Sep 1, 2013

Centuries takes, to produce one doctor like Dr. Sheikh Jalal, who is asset of this nation. May God help him in his recovery. Sr. Advocate Abdul Majeed Khan

Dr. Sheikh Jalal Centuries takes, to produce one doctor like Dr. Sheikh Jalal, who is asset of this nation. May God help him in his recovery.  Sr. Advocate Abdul Majeed Khan...
by Writer-South Asia on Jul 21, 2013

Dr Sheikh Jalal

Dr Sheikh Jalal Dr Sheikh Jalal, a leading cardiologist of South asia, was seriously injured in a militant ambush that left his two police guards dead. A senior police officer said militants fired at the vehicle of Dr Jalal near Shaheed-e-Azemat...
by Writer-South Asia on Jul 18, 2013

Heart Treatment By Extra Ordinary Heart Specialists

Cardiologist is a specialized and well trained doctor who can give treatment of every heart ailments. Cardiologist in Delhi, Gurgaon and Noida these areas cardiologist diagnose and treating diseases or conditions of the heart and blood vessels in the...
by Article Technology on Apr 26, 2013

Obesity could lead to coronary artery problems

Obesity – one of the biggest issues with America in this time. The number of obese people in America has been increasing since 1985. There are various arguments for why there is such an increase; aggressive advertisement, excessive consumption of h...
by apexcardiology on Jul 18, 2012

Avoid Heart Problems with the help of CT scans

According to statistics provided by the American Heart Association, heart disease, or cardiovascular disease (CVD), was responsible for 811,940 deaths, or 32.8%, of the 2,471,984 deaths that occurred in 2008; in other words, 1 in 3 deaths were caused...
by apexcardiology on Jun 18, 2012

Integrative Medicine and Diabetes Management

One size does not fit all when it comes to diabetes management. Integrative medicine seeks to create individualized treatment options – addressing the “whole person” including examining lifestyle patterns as well as medical needs. D...
by Diabetes Away on May 28, 2012


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