Dr. Shane Bailey – Texas Cardiac Arrhythmia

Dr. Shane Bailey – Texas Cardiac Arrhythmia

(upbeat music) – My name is Dr. Shane Bailey. I’m a cardiac electrophysiologist at Texas Cardiac Arrhythmia in Austin, Texas. Most of the rhythm problems that we see in electrophysiology are fixable problems. So one of the main problems I take care of is atrial fibrillation. And so we have a curative technology for that […]

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Pediatric Cardiac Catheterization – Farhouch Berdjis, MD

Pediatric cardiac catheterization is a common procedure used now to help diagnose heart problems in children. In some cases it can repair heart problems that once required open heart surgery. We asked asked Dr. Farhouch Berdjis, a pediatric cardiologist at Children’s Hospital of Orange County to explain this procedure. When you look at children with […]

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Cardiac cycle 8- Cardiac output

Cardiac cycle 8- Cardiac output

– LAST CONCEPT: LET’S LOOK AT THE IDEA OF CARDIAC OUTPUT. CARDIAC OUTPUT. CARDIAC OUTPUT IS BASICALLY COMBINING THE TWO FACTORS THAT I MENTIONED AT THE END OF THE LAST ONE, AND PUTTING THEM TOGETHER TO SEE HOW MUCH BLOOD IS YOUR ENTIRE HEART ACTUALLY PUMPING. OKAY, HALF YOUR HEART. CARDIAC OUTPUT IS STROKE VOLUME […]

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Cardiac Arrhythmia Patient Shelly Thornton’s Story

Cardiac Arrhythmia Patient Shelly Thornton’s Story

(rhythmic music) – [Narrator] The days of simply dreaming about being out on the fishing boat are finally behind 53 year old Shelly Thornton. She’s now free to do whatever she wants, whether it’s spending the day with her husband on the water, or strolling the shops in downtown Sandford. – Now after 13 years, […]

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Cardiac Catheterization Angiography Surgery

Cardiac Catheterization Angiography Surgery

Your doctor has recommended that you undergo a cardiac catheterization. But what does that actually mean? The heart is located in the center of the chest. It’s job is to keep blood continually circulating throughout the body. The blood vessels that carry oxygen-rich blood away from the heart are called arteries. The largest and most […]

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Cardiac cycle 4- Early ventricular systole

Cardiac cycle 4- Early ventricular systole

– THE MESSAGE HAS BEEN RECEIVED. WE HAD ESSENTIALLY THE DEPOLARIZATION PASS ALL THE WAY THROUGH THE VENTRICLES. AND NOW THE NEXT INEVITABLE STEP IS THAT WE HAVE VENTRICULAR CONTRACTION. SO THAT IS VENTRICULAR SYSTOLE. ONE OF THE THINGS THAT IS TRUE. AT THIS POINT YOUR VENTRICLES BEGIN TO CONTRACT. HOWEVER, THAT SNAPS THE AV […]

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