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Heart & Vascular

Patients from all over the United States, Latin America and the Caribbean turn to Cleveland Clinic Florida’s Heart & Vascular Institute for life-saving treatment options. Physicians are subspecialty trained in a number of areas and provide compassionate heart care that is second to none.

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Clinical Cardiology & Cardiac Imaging
Advanced diagnosis, innovative treatments and comprehensive management of cardiovascular disease.
Cardiac Surgery
Surgical treatment for patients with a wide range of conditions affecting the heart and lungs.
Cardiac Electrophysiology & Pacing
Advanced diagnosis, innovative treatments and comprehensive management of cardiovascular disease.
Vascular Medicine
Advanced diagnosis, innovative treatments and comprehensive management of cardiovascular disease.
Vascular Surgery
Surgical treatment for patients with a wide range of conditions affecting the heart and lungs.
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Experts: After heart attack or stroke, exercise key to cut risk of another

Palm Beach Daily News - December 25, 2012

Heart attack or stroke survivors who hire personal trainer Mike White of Palm Beach Fitness for conditioning typically want to get healthier but may be held back by anxiety, he says.

Study says older adults twice as likely to suffer 'silent' heart attack. Condition may be more dangerous than recognized heart attacks.

Local10.com - November 2, 2012

Silent heart attacks are more common than recognized heart attacks in older adults, but they can happen at any age, according to new research. The finding comes from a recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

The Deadly Threat of Silent Heart Attacks

TheNewYorkTimes.com - October 2, 2012

For more than six months, Harriett Cooke had been uncommonly tired, panting when she walked her sixth grade science class to the cafeteria and struggling to keep her eyes open when she drove home at night.
One day, during a class trip outside the school, she just couldn’t go on. “I sat there on the side, I put my head down on the table, and I knew I shouldn’t be feeling like this,” said Ms. Cooke, 67, who lives in Durham, N.C.

Stress tests to measure for heart disease have benefits, limitations. Tests up to 95% accurate to find heart disease.

Local10.com - August 12, 2012

Many people are undergoing stress tests to see how healthy their heart is, but the tests have benefits and limitations.