• heart function including ejection fraction is an important indicator of prognosis in patients with ischemic and valvular disease. You can learn more in our most recent article in Myheart.netRead More >
  • Download the following PowerPoint presentation on New Cardiac Imaging Modalities of Heart Function, one of many presentations as part of the 6th Cardiovascular Update for the Primary Care Physician. Brookwood Baptist Health - Princeton Heart will be holding a meeting at Renaissance Ross Bridge January 20, 2018. SLIDESHOW New Imaging ModalitiesRead More >
  • We are about to study new stents for the treatment of coronary disease. Check out our article in Myheart.netRead More >
  • One of the most frequent questions our patients ask after surviving a heart attack is: Can heart attack damage be reversed?Read More >
  • Over 85 million adults (one in every three) in the United States have hypertension and about 20% are not aware of it. It is a major modifiable risk factor for cardiovascular disease and stroke. by: Dr. Alain Bouchard 03/2017Read More >
  • The widow maker heart attack, also known as “the big one”, is an acute occlusion of the left anterior descending (LAD) artery that can lead to severe heart muscle damage and/or death. by: Dr. Alain Bouchard 05/2017Read More >
  • Surviving a heart attack: what does it mean for a patient to have survived a non-STEMI? Non-STEMI or Non-ST elevation Myocardial Infarction is the dominant presentation of acute coronary syndrome. by: Dr. Alain Bouchard 06/2017Read More >
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