1. Matthews Chacko: Azusa Pacific 2013 Alumnus of the Year

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    Meet Azusa Pacific University 2013 Distinguished Alumnus of the Year, Matthews Chacko '93, MD. Chacko currently serves as assistant professor of medicine, director of peripheral vascular interventions, and faculty in interventional cardiology at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, where he uses his skills as a cardiologist and passion for healing to make a difference in people's lives. After graduating from Azusa Pacific in 1993 with a bachelor's degree in biology, he received his Doctor of Medicine from the University of Kansas School of Medicine. Chacko completed his residency in medicine at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, and fellowships in cardiovascular disease and interventional cardiology at the Cleveland Clinic. Connect with Azusa Pacific: https://twitter.com/azusapacific http://www.facebook.com/azusapacific http://www.apu.edu

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    • Electrophysiology and Heart Devices

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      Dr. Erick Burton of Lee Memorial Health System discusses the electrophysiology of the heart and possible treatments to keep the rhythm of your heart.

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      • Updates in Heart Disease with Ravi H. Dave, MD

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        Ravi H. Dave, MD Professor of Medicine Director, Interventional Cardiology Director, Community Cardiology Practices Learn more about Mini Med School at http://uclahealth.org/MiniMedSchool

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        • Diagnostic Cardiology

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          When it comes to matters of the heart, diagnosing the problem is half the battle. That’s where interventional cardiology plays a role. “Invasive just means that you will do procedures that require needles or actually intervening inside the body,” says Dr. Robert Cross, cardiologist with Lee Memorial Health System. The diagnostic field is benefitting from technology- devices are now smaller than ever before. And working with them means less trauma to the patient. Looking for blocked arteries is often performed through cardiac catheterization, for decades doctors threaded a catheter through the groin to take a look- now many are gaining access through a small artery in the wrist. “The reason this is nice, it is actually comfortable for the patient. They’re able to get up, if they have a bad back they’re able to get up and sit in a chair as soon as the procedure is done. There’s less bleeding, less complications,” says Dr. Cross. Another diagnostic tool is the insertable loop recorder, which may define the origins of a stroke, in particular in young to middle aged patients with no known cause. “It is actually cellular technology it goes under the skin and monitors the heart rhythm and then if you find out someone does have a-fib it makes a big difference in treatment,” says Dr. Cross. Reading the warning signs is another key function-teaching people to control their risk factors and prevent a first event. “We can control blood pressure, control cholesterol, control diabetes- try to convince them to try to quit smoking so that we don’t get cardiovascular disease later,” says Dr. Cross. The new norm in cardiology- is to find and fix problems before they become heart breaking. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we’ve been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org

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          • Gary's Story - South Nassau's Cardiology Program

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            Hear Bellmore resident Gary Rosenberg's story of how Dr. Jason Freeman, Director of Interventional Cardiology at South Nassau, saved his life as he was having a heart attack.

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            • Best Heart Hospitals in India – Angioplasty and Stenting Treatments for Blocked Heart Blood Vessels

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              Heart Surgery in India with the Best Heart surgeons in India is what medical tourists coming to India look for and is delivered at best cardiac hospitals in India . No other destination in the world can match the unparalleled clinical excellence, technology infrastructure and cost advantage offered by MedWorld India affiliated heart hospitals in India to deliver 99 percent and above successful outcomes for heart surgery.

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              • 1415.5.1.S UMn Interventional Cardiology, Fellowship Seminar (5.1.2015)

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                Seminar: "FDA Regulation" by Robert F. Wilson, M.D. (5.1.2015) Fellowship Program in Interventional Cardiology University of Minnesota Cardiovascular Division University of Minnesota Medical School (Twin Cities Campus) Minneapolis, Minnesota United States

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                • 1516.7.24.S UMn Interventional Cardiology, Fellowship Seminar (7.24.2015)

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                  Seminar: "Guides" by Ernesto Ruiz-Rodriguez, M.D. (7.24.2015) Fellowship Program in Interventional Cardiology University of Minnesota Cardiovascular Division University of Minnesota Medical School (Twin Cities Campus) Minneapolis, Minnesota United States

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                  • 1415.5.22.S UMn Interventional Cardiology, Fellowship Seminars (5.22.2015)

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                    Anesthesia Review: "Pharmacologic Neuromuscular Paralysis in Intubated and Ventilated Patients" by Martina Richtsfeld, M.D. (5.22.2015) Seminar: "PAD Evaluation and Intervention" by Alan Berger, M.D. (5.22.2015) Fellowship Program in Interventional Cardiology University of Minnesota Cardiovascular Division University of Minnesota Medical School (Twin Cities Campus) Minneapolis, Minnesota United States

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                    • 1516.7.31.S UMn Interventional Cardiology, Fellowship Seminar (7.31.2015)

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                      Seminar: "Wires and Balloons" by Wobo Bekwelem, M.D. (7.31.2015) Fellowship Program in Interventional Cardiology University of Minnesota Cardiovascular Division University of Minnesota Medical School (Twin Cities Campus) Minneapolis, Minnesota United States

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