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New Jersey Cardiologists ask: Do you know the symptoms of a heart attack? Many people don’t. Many believe what they’ve seen of people having a heart attack on TV and in movies. You know what I mean, right? A man has intense chest pain and suddenly clutches at his chest and falls over. Well, that…

Key Points Question  Is statin adherence associated with mortality in stable patients with atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD)? Findings  In this cohort study of patients with ASCVD and overall high-statin adherence, we found a graded, inverse association between statin adherence and mortality. This association was observed across patient subgroups and by statin intensity. Meaning  Clinicians should carefully track and…

Hudson County Cardiologists understand. We all loved the end-of-year holidays, right? We looked forward to all the gatherings and parties and being with friends and family. And if your household is like ours, we also looked forward to all of the delicious foods that were served. Most of us put our diet and exercise plans…

Pacemakers are tiny devices placed in the chest or abdomen to help control abnormal heart rhythms. They are commonly used to treat arrhythmias, which are irregular electrical impulses that can cause the heart to beat too quickly, too slowly, or with erratic and dangerous rhythms.  Our cardiology specialists explain. Your heart runs on electricity Your…

August 24th, 2017. Hackensack, NJ.  Cross County Cardiology has published a new article about how to eat a more “heart-healthy” diet, but without feeling deprived. According to these top cardiologists in Bergen County, eating foods that are better for the heart should be a wonderful culinary adventure, not a form of torture. These Bergen County…

OK, you’ve been told by your family doctor or one of the top cardiologists in Bergen County that you have high blood pressure, or that you are otherwise at high risk of developing heart disease. Among the other lifestyle changes they’ve prescribed for you, like stopping smoking and getting more exercise, these doctors have suggested…

You don’t have to tell our Hudson County Cardiologist that a stroke is one of the most catastrophic events that can happen to the human brain. Modern medical techniques increase the possibility of surviving a stroke if doctors are able to provide clot-busting drugs or provide other forms of intervention during the first few minutes…

Heart Specialists in Hudson County: Heart Disease in Women

Heart Specialists in Hudson County Heart specialists in Hudson County have something to say: If we were to ask you what the number one cause of death among American women is, chances are you would get it wrong. MOST people – including most women – get it wrong. It’s not cancer, or any of the…

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Peripheral Vascular Disease is a condition that occurs when fatty deposits in the arteries reduce blood flow to the extremities. The primary symptom is leg pain that occurs during activity and stops once the activity is stopped. PVD is greatly underdiagnosed because other conditions like restless leg syndrome can cause similar symptoms. Many people don’t…

Peripheral artery disease is a condition where narrowed arteries cause a reduction of blood flow to the extremities, most frequently the legs. The narrowing of the arteries from fatty deposits is called atherosclerosis. The most common symptom of peripheral artery disease is a cramping pain in the legs, thighs, calves, or hips when walking or…

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