Tag Archives: Cleveland Clinic

Health: Recognizing A Stroke (Cleveland Clinic)

If you don’t know the signs of a stroke, you’re not alone. Thirty percent of people under the age of 45 don’t either. The key is to B.E. F.A.S.T. Learn how this acronym can help you save a life. The information in this video is accurate as of 9.17.21 and is for information purposes only. Consult your local medical authority or your healthcare practitioner for advice.

Resources:

Stroke: Causes and Prevention: https://cle.clinic/3hIHtab

Stroke Signs & Symptoms: https://cle.clinic/3oLyQhc

Stroke Risk Factors: https://cle.clinic/3hJ8r1s

Medicine: Robotically Assisted Heart Surgery

Robotically assisted heart surgery is a minimally invasive option most often used for mitral valve repair. Cleveland Clinic cardiothoracic surgeons explain how it works and what to expect.

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Medicine: ‘Non-Surgical Treatment Of Kidney Stones’ (Cleveland Clinic)

Observation is a non-surgical approach in which we allow the stone to pass on its own. The smaller the stone, the better the chance that it will pass. The benefit of observation is that you avoid having surgery.

Heart Disease: Types & Risk Factors (Cleveland Clinic)

There are lots of things you can do to prevent heart disease! The key is to live a healthy lifestyle and see your doctor for regular checkups.

To learn more about heart disease risk factors, please visit https://cle.clinic/3r3iKQh

Medical: “Elbow Pain” – Diagnosis And Treatments (Cleveland Clinic Video)

When is elbow pain an emergency? Can the elbow joint be replaced? What’s that weird feeling when you hit your funny bone? Orthopedic Surgeon, William Seitz Jr., MD, sits down to answer these questions and more.

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