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Hypertension

When the long-term force of the blood against the walls of your arteries is high enough, it can lead to health problems, such as heart disease, such as hypertension. High blood pressure can, unfortunately, occur without any outward signs or symptoms. High blood pressure can cause headaches that range from mild to severe, anxiety, shortness […]

Heart Valve Disease

Heart valve disease is characterized by the malfunction of one or more cardiovascular systems. The four valves in your heart ensure that blood flows in the correct direction throughout your body. One or more of the valves may not open or close properly in some instances. The disease of the heart valves causes improper functioning […]

Rheumatic Heart Disease

This condition is caused by damage to the heart valves from rheumatic fever, an inflammatory disease that usually affects children. Strep throat is a common cause of rheumatoid arthritis, which affects many parts of the body. Your heart doctor will conduct a physical examination and perform tests such as an X-ray and an EKG to […]

Facts that Women Should Know about Cardiology

Cardiac disease is one of the top causes of death across the board, affecting people of both sexes. However, slightly more than half of the females are aware of this fact. Studies suggest that women have a lower chance of survival following a heart attack compared to men. Doral Health and Wellness has the Best […]

What is Anomalous Coronary Artery?

It is a vessel that supplies blood to the heart that has been twisted or changed in some way. In most cases, the abnormality is associated with the beginning or endpoint of the coronary artery, and it is congenital (existing at birth). However, the coronary artery may have various trouble spots. The damaged coronary artery […]

Heart Valve Complications

Disorders in the function of the heart’s valves are what constitute this disease. Our heart has valves that, in conjunction with one another, regulate the circulation of blood through the chambers of the heart. It is problematic when it does not open or close in the correct manner. As a result, your heart could have […]

Ebstein’s Anomaly

The Ebstein anomaly is an extremely uncommon birth abnormality that affects the heart (congenital). The heart’s tricuspid valve is misplaced and its leaflets, or flaps, are misshapen if you have this problem. This directly impacts the valve’s ability to perform its intended purpose. If you do not exhibit any of the signs or symptoms that […]

Facts about Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

It is recommended by the Heart Association in the United States to do compressions of the chest at a fast pace right after CPR has been initiated. Both onlookers and emergency personnel are encouraged to do CPR using only their hands. Cardiologist Doctors are excellent in the execution of cardiopulmonary resuscitation, diagnosing and preventing cardiac […]

Warning Signs of Hypertension

It is a common disorder that is characterized by persistent blood pressure against the artery walls, which raises the possibility of serious health problems related to the heart. This increases the risk of developing hypertension, which can lead to serious health complications. The quantity of blood from the heart and the degree of resistance that […]

The Most Common Congenital Heart Defects

When a baby is born with congenital heart disease, it means that they have an issue with the structure of their heart or circulatory system. Heart walls, valves, arteries, and veins close to the heart are all potential sites of congenital heart abnormalities. Some of these birth defects can be spotted on an ultrasound or […]

MEDICAL DISCLAIMER:

By reading this website, you acknowledge that you are responsible for your own health decisions. The information throughout this medical website is not intended to be taken as medical advice. The information provided is intended for general information regarding our cardiovascular clinic in Brooklyn, New York. If you experience chest pain, dizziness, nausea, or unusual shortness of breath, please stop and seek medical attention.

If you are interested in finding out more, please contact our Multi-Specialty Facility. Avoid worrisome self-diagnosis; the best cardiology doctors will properly diagnose your problem and refer you to a specialist if necessary. No information on this site should be used to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure any disease or condition.