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Antilipemics, Anticoagulants, and Antihypertensives [electronic resource]

This video presents an overview of the cardiovascular system and examines how cardiac medications affect the system in general. It explains specific features and functions of the anatomy of the heart and the arterial and venous systems as well as stroke volume, contractility, and cardiac output.
Online
2007
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Antianginals, Cardiac Glycosides, and Diuretics [electronic resource]

This video follows a patient experiencing a myocardial infarction from ER to discharge. It examines contraindications as well as common side effects and interventions associated with these classes of medications.
Online
2007
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Antiarrhythmics [electronic resource]

This video illustrates electrical properties of the heart, including conduction system electrophysiology and the abnormal conduction problem of reentry. In addition, the program discusses specific properties such as automaticity, excitability, conductivity, refractoriness, contractility, and electrical impulse generation while examining the relationship between anti-arrhythmic medications and their impact on the electrophysiology of the heart as measured by an EKG.
Online
2007
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A Gentler Jolt to the Heart [electronic resource]

Cardiologists and electrophysiologists are studying electrical methods to reduce the pain associated with cardiac defibrillator shocks-making the jolts less jarring but maintaining their life-saving effects.
Online
2012
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Dyslipidemia [electronic resource]: Getting Your Cholesterol Under Control

Dyslipidemia occurs when there are abnormal amounts of lipids (fats) or lipoproteins (cholesterol) in the blood. This program will educate the audience about dyslipidemia and cholesterol management and will focus on risk assessment (blood test, family history, imaging, etc.). The program will also discuss what patients can do to better assist their physicians in managing their high lipid levels and reducing their risk for cardiovascular and other associated diseases. This includes improving their diets, adding regular exercise, and other lifestyle modifications. The main goal of the program is to educate the audience on the treatment options available to them, and offer guidance about lifestyle changes that can help them lower their risk for serious diseases in the future.
Online
2010
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Hurst's the Heart

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The trusted landmark cardiology resource thoroughly updated to reflect the latest clinical perspectives Includes DVD with image bank Through thirteen editions Hursts the Heart has always represented the cornerstone of current scholarship in the discipline. Cardiologists, cardiology fellows and internists from across the globe have relied on its unmatched authority breadth of coverage and clinical relevance to help optimize patient outcomes. The thirteenth edition of Hursts the Heart continues this standard-setting tradition with 19 new chapters and 59 new authors, each of whom are internationally recognized as experts in their respective content areas. Featuring an enhanced reader-friendly design the new edition covers need-to-know clinical advances as well as issues that are becomin [...]
BookDVD
2011
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Your Heart Failure Management Plan

Understanding and following your personal treatment plan can help reduce your heart failure symptoms.
Online
2018; 2011
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Angina: Symptoms and Tests

Understand how angina may show up differently in men and women and learn common tests for angina.
Online
2018; 2013
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Managing Diabetes and Heart Disease

Understand that having diabetes increases your risk for heart disease and learn steps you can take to better manage your blood glucose levels, lowering your chances of having a heart attack or stroke.
Online
2018; 2017
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Women and Heart Disease: Depression

Learn how depression and other emotions have an impact on your heart disease and ways to deal with the emotions you are experiencing.
Online
2018; 2014
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Treating Atrial Fibrillation

Find out what options are commonly recommended to help treat atrial fibrillation.
Online
2018; 2014
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From the Heart

Strokes are a major public health issue in Europe and are among the leading causes of death and long-term disability in all developed countries. Urgent action is needed to address the dramatically increasing clinical, economic and social burden of stroke in Europe, but what can be done? We look at the causes and some possible solutions.
Online
2017; 2010
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Cardiac Rehabilitation: Heart-Healthy Dining Out Tips

Learn how to use the resources available to you to make dining out an enjoyable and heart-healthy experience.
Online
2018; 2017
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Heart Failure: Making Lifestyle Changes

Watch how making a few healthy adjustments in your everyday routine can reduce your symptoms of heart failure.
Online
2018; 2011
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After Angioplasty: Medications

Learn the importance of knowing the medications you have been prescribed and how to take them safely.
Online
2018; 2013
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Managing Heart Failure: Energy Conservation

Learn tips to conserving your energy while going about your daily activities.
Online
2018; 2011
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The Phases of Cardiac Rehabilitation

Learn about the three stages of cardiac rehabilitation and how each is important to your efforts to live a heart-healthy lifestyle.
Online
2018; 2017
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Women and Heart Disease: Medications

Learn what certain medications do to help reduce heart disease risk factors and ways to remember when to take your medications.
Online
2018; 2014
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Cardiac Rehabilitation: Heart-Healthy Supermarket Tour

Learn tips for shopping in the supermarket and for using the resources available to help you fill your cart with heart-healthy foods.
Online
2018; 2017
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Exercising Safely After a Heart Attack

Watch these common tips for exercising slowly and safely during your heart attack recovery.
Online
2018; 2009