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Learn four important signs of a heart attack that could save your life or the life of someone you love.
Four Signs of a Heart Attack
Do you know the four signs of a heart attack that could save your life? Watch this video from UAB Medicine to learn about four very important symptoms of a heart attack that some victims may overlook including chest discomfort, discomfort in other areas of the upper body, shortness of breath, and other symptoms like breaking out in a cold sweat, nausea or light-headedness.
For patients with aortic valve stenosis, who cannot undergo open heart surgery, the Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) procedure provides a welcome alternative.
More than 7% of Americans over the age of 65 are afflicted with aortic stenosis—or hardening of the aortic valve—and more than 1,000 of them are ineligible for traditional open heart surgery to repair it. The Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) procedure eliminates the need for open heart surgery and results in a shorter recovery time.
James Moebes: TAVR Procedure
Transcathether Aortic Valve Replacement procedure puts Selma, Alabama's first black police chief closer to tending his farm.
TAVR procedure restores ailing heart valves
Ernest Tate/TAVR Procedure - Chapter 2
The surgeons and interventional cardiologists of UAB's structural heart program repaired a serious heart issue with minimally invasive techniques instead of traditional open heart surgery.
Zaidan's Story: Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome/Heart Transplant
Learn more about the causes, symptoms and treatments for peripheral vascular disease, which effects between 5-10% of the population.
Peripheral Vascular Disease Risk Factors, Symptoms, & Treatments
Peripheral Vascular Disease, or PVD, occurs when arteries in the lower extremities become narrow or blocked. Vascular Surgeon Mark Patterson, MD, explains the symptoms, causes, and ways to treat PVD on Daytime Alabama on WVTM-TV, Channel 13, in Birmingham, Ala.
Mark Sasse, MD: Innovative Cardiovascular Treatment Options
More than 20,000 adults enter the Adult Congenital Heart Disease population every year, but 60% are lost to follow-up care.
Care of Adults with Congenital Heart Disease
Heart Failure Patients: Learn about the options offered at UAB, from lifestyle modification to medications to advanced treatments, including mechanical heart pumps and transplants.
Heart Failure Prevention Risk Factors, Symptoms, & Treatments
UAB Cardiologist Salpy Pamboukian, MD, discusses the warning signs, causes, prevention, and treatment options for heart failure on Daytime Alabama on WVTM-TV, Channel 13, in Birmingham, Ala. Heart failure affects 5 million Americans and may be prevented and treated in some patients by making healthy lifestyle changes, such as getting regular exercise and eating a balanced diet.
Dr. Cribbs on Business Break
Aortic Valve Replacement
UPCOMING CLASSES AND EVENTS
- Genome: Unlocking Life's Code
Do you have your mother’s dimples? Or your father’s hairline? What makes us, us? And how much of it actually sets us apart from every other living thing on Earth?
Genome: Unlocking Life’s Code begins to unravel the mystery behind the complete set of instructions needed for every living thing on Earth to grow and function: the genome. Discover how your genome could be the key to maximizing your future quality of life as genomic science helps open the way to more personalized healthcare. See yourself in a new way: as an individual, as a member of a family, and as part of the diversity of life on Earth.
Genome: Unlocking Life’s Code opens January 19 at McWane Science Center and was made possible in part by financial support secured by the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health. The exhibit is sponsored by UAB Medicine, which is using its knowledge of the human genome to advance the field of precision medicine, an exciting approach to health care that combines the absolute latest in the prediction and prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease to deliver truly individualized patient care.