Webchat Transcripts - Questions and Answers with a Physician
When you think of cardiovascular disease, you might think of coronary artery disease – or narrowing of the arteries that lead to the heart. However, coronary artery disease is just one type of cardiovascular disease. There are many types of heart disease, such as valve disease, arrhythmias, thoracic aortic aneurysms, and others that can affect the structures or function of the heart and blood vessels.
Read transcripts of prior webchats on this topic:
- Ask the Heart Doctor (Drs. Nissen & Ayoub 02/07/18)
- Ask the Heart Doctor (Drs. Nissen & Abdallah 11/20/17)
- Ask the Heart Doctor (Drs. Barzilai & Abdallah 02/20/17)
- Recent Innovations and Research in Heart Care (Steven Nissen, MD 11/17/16)
- Ask the Heart Doctor (Drs. Ahmed and Barzilai 10/26/16)
- Ask the Heart Doctor (Drs. Nissen and Raymond 02/03/16)
- Ask the Heart Doctor (Drs. Barzilai and Pace 10/19/15)
- Ask the Heart Doctor (Drs. Nissen & Raymond 02/18/15)
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