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When the doctors came they said she had died of heart disease - of joy that kills. Kate Chopin

Published on 12/6/2018
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Your heart is not called a ticker for nothing. When it runs like clockwork, it is a terrific little machine. But when it does not, it can be a time bomb. For the 46th Vice President of the U.S., the bomb went off – about five times, starting with his first heart attack at age 37 and ending in a seven-hour heart transplant procedure at age 71 in March 2012.

“Dick Cheney is a perfect example of how much the field of cardiology has advanced over the past fifteen years.

Here you have a guy who has had angioplasties, by-pass surgery, statins, beta-blockers, an implanted defibrillator (it detects and treats arrhythmias to shock the heart into a regular rhythm), a left-ventricular assist device (it pumped blood throughout his body for two years) and a heart transplant.

 

All of these breakthroughs are good news for you because as the field of cardiology has evolved, so has doctors' understanding of crucial symptoms patients should never dismiss, especially if you have a family history of heart disease.

 The heart has so many different levels of areas where you can get into trouble. You can have ventricle problems (arrhythmias), plumbing problems (coronary artery disease), mechanical problems (weak heart muscle) and structural problems (ruptured aorta). If something feels different, do not try to self-diagnose. Seek medical attention.

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