Tag: Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute

Conversation with a Cardiologist: Maintaining Heart Health...

The coronavirus pandemic has us focused on our health like never before. Yet, ironically, some of us are letting ourselves...

October 14, 2020

Cardiac Patient After Minimally Invasive Procedures: ‘How...

Even with regular care, heart disease can get very complicated and worsen suddenly. That was the case with David Horovitz,...

October 7, 2020

Pandemic-Related Stress Can Lead to Broken Heart...

The economic, physical and social stressors of the COVID-19 pandemic are causing an increase in stress-induced cardiomyopathy — also known...

September 30, 2020

Case Study: Backup Plan Helps Save A...

The situation appeared dire for a 67-year-old patient whose heart was so weak it could not pump enough blood to...

September 24, 2020

Bump on Shoulder Leads to Surprise Diagnosis

It was 2016 and Humberto de Lara and his family were looking forward to celebrating the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday at...

September 23, 2020

Q&A: Athletes and Heart Complications from COVID-19

Even as professional and college sports make their return, researchers are learning more about the post-recovery impact of COVID-19 on...

September 14, 2020

Athletes and Heart Complications From COVID-19

From the pros to weekend warriors, we tend to admire athletes as examples of superior health and physical fitness. But,...

September 8, 2020

Cardiac and Kidney Health: Innovative Approach to...

Michael Soltis, a retired executive, had been experiencing difficulties with his kidneys for several years when doctors diagnosed him with...

September 4, 2020

Peripheral Artery Disease Can Be as Serious...

While most people understand that a narrowing or blockage of the coronary arteries of the heart can lead to a...

September 2, 2020

Automated Temperature Screening Comes to Baptist Health

Because of the coronavirus pandemic, going to the hospital or emergency room now means getting screened at the entry and,...

September 1, 2020

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COVID-19 Roundup: Who’s at Risk for...

Long Haulers: New Study Looks at Risk Factors Linked to Lingering COVID-19 Symptoms Reports of so-called “long haulers” or “long-COVID” are rising — referring to...

A Closer Look at Breast and...

Many women understand that if they have breast cancer, they may be at higher risk for ovarian cancer ― and vice versa. But did you...

Woman with Chronic Debilitating Back Pain...

If you’re one of the 16 million Americans who suffers from chronic back pain, you know how it can affect every waking – and sleeping...

Discussing Bladder Issues in the No...

Bladder issues — ranging from minor annoyances to major life disruptions — are common. Talking about them is not.  Don’t let an unwarranted stigma attached...

Meningiomas: Prominent Expert’s Q&A on the...

Meningiomas represent about 1 out of 3 primary brain and spinal cord tumors. They are the most commonly diagnosed primary brain tumors in adults. And...

COVID-19 Testing at Baptist Health: Easy...

As Florida’s schoolchildren return to the classroom, and restaurants, bars, sports venues and other businesses are now able to reopen at full capacity, one thing...

The Innovation Mindset: Transferring Intellectual Advances...

In today’s society, the term innovation has become synonymous with value. Many even call our current global economy the “innovation economy.” There’s no shortage of...

Watch Now: Marcus Neuroscience Institute Delivers...

Today is World Spine Day 2020. Since an estimated one billion people worldwide suffer with spinal pain, it is an opportune time to remind everyone...

COVID-19 Roundup: First U.S. Case of...

Nevada Man, 25, First Confirmed Case of ‘Reinfection’ With COVID-19, Case Study Says A 25-year-old man from Nevada was infected twice with COVID-19 earlier this...

New Helipad Opens Atop Emergency Center...

With the goal of providing even faster access to life-saving medical care, Baptist Hospital has built a new helipad on the roof of its emergency...