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2018-07-31T12:45:58
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Stress Echocardiogram What is a Stress Echo Test? A Stress Echo is a non-invasive combination of a Treadmill Stress Test and an Echocardiogram (ECHO). The Treadmill Stress Test is a test that records the heart’s electrical activity (rate and rhythm) during exercise. The echocardiogram is a device that uses sound waves (ultrasound) to provide an image of the heart’s internal structure, size and movement. Why is a Stress Echo Test Done? This test helps the physician evaluate the patient’s cardiac condition in relation to: Irregular heart rhythms If there is a decrease in blood and oxygen supply to the heart at rest and with exertion Level of cardiovascular conditioning Workload the heart can accept before symptoms develop How quickly the heart recovers from the exercise What is Involved in Preparation? Eat only a light meal prior to the test No caffeine or smoking prior to the test Some important questions to ask your physician prior to the test are: Should your regular medications be taken the morning/day of the test? If you are on a Beta Blocker, should this be stopped 72 hours prior to the test for best results? Do not apply any lotions, powders or oils to the chest area Wear comfortable clothes and walking or athletic shoes
2018-07-31T11:04:39
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Q uality, Service And Patient Safety samiksha heart and diabetic Health Center is committed to providing high quality, eff ective and effi cient services. As a result, the organization measures quality scores every year on the services we provide to our patients.
2018-07-30T13:21:38
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diabetic doctors near me What diet is best for diabetes ? Cow and milk. Choose skim milk and low-fat dairy products to help reduce fat intake. Having diabetes does not involve any particularly difficult dietary demands, and while sugary foods obviously affect blood glucose levels, the diet does not have to be completely sugar-free.2 Dietary concerns vary slightly for people with different types of diabetes. For people with type 1 diabetes, diet is about managing fluctuations in blood glucose levels while for people with type 2 diabetes, it is about losing weight and restricting calorie intake For people with type 1 diabetes, the timing of meals is particularly important in terms of glycemic control and in relation to the effects of insulin injection.
2018-07-25T15:12:39
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SUGAR CLINICS NEAR ME Diabetes is a lifelong condition that causes a person's blood sugar level to become too high. There are two main types of diabetes: type 1 diabetes – where the body's immune system attacks and destroys the cells that produce insulin type 2 diabetes – where the body doesn't produce enough insulin, or the body's cells don't react to insulin Type 2 diabetes is far more common than type 1. In the UK, around 90% of all adults with diabetes have type 2. During pregnancy, some women have such high levels of blood glucose that their body is unable to produce enough insulin to absorb it all. This is known as gestational diabetes.
2018-07-20T12:33:53
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diabetic doctors near me Diabetes and Chronic Disease Program Chronic diseases can be life-threatening if not properly managed. Homeless individuals, or those at risk, have a higher chance of experiencing complications from chronic illness. To ensure the best outcomes for our patients, samiksha Health Center has implemented evidence-based practices developed in collaboration with state and federal practice guidelines. Supporting the Journey Staff treat, educate and address related conditions such as depression and smoking, and involve each person in developing a plan of care. Our goals for this program include: encourage the patient condition provide pshychological support to the patient Achieving improved health outcomes for patients Transforming traditional medical practice to an interdisciplinary care model Encouraging patients to be active participants in their health care
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