All Heart Diseases Topics

Four Charts to Help Monitor Your Pulse Rate

Pulse rate is the measure of heart beats per minute. It is typically used to determine the overall health and fitness. Learn the four charts here.

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Irregular Heartbeat/ Pulse: Causes and Treatments

There are different types of irregular heartbeat and various causes. You should know when it is serious. Arrhythmia will require careful monitoring and treatment.

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Common Diseases of the Circulatory System

The circulatory system consists of the heart, blood, and blood vessels. Diseases of the circulatory system need corresponding treatment options.

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Chest Pain Comes and Goes, Why?

Having on and off chest pain? Angina is usually the answer, so watch out for the signs of this condition. Also know the warning signs of a heart attack.

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Elevated Pulse Rate: Causes & Managements

A elevated pulse rate is known as tachycardia, which may be a normal response to some stimuli or part of some medical conditions.

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What's an Electrocardiogram (EKG) Test?

EKG is an effective diagnostic tool that can help in the diagnosis of various heart problems. To know what an EKG shows, one must know it’s basic finding. Learn here!

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Mean Arterial Pressure Calculation and Results

Mean arterial pressure (MAP) is used to describe average blood pressure in an individual in a single cardiac cycle. Learn how to calculate MAP and what the results mean.

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Heart Rate: What Is Normal?

A normal heart rate at rest is approximately 60 to 100 beats per minute. However, your overall physical condition and medical background can affect it.

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Why Does Your Heart Rate Increase When Sick?

Increased heart rate when sick is normal as your body tries to get rid of the illness. However, elevated heart rate can also indicate something else.

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Angina: Causes, Risk Factors & Treatments

Angina is an indication of underlying cardiac disorder that can cause symptoms like squeezing or burning in chest. Be prepared to avoid heart attack risks.

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