Praxair Regional Heart and Vascular Center
Western Connecticut Medical Group Cardiologist Dr. Ira Galin Discusses Peripheral Arterial Disease
May 21, 2013 - Danbury, CT
Although P.A.D. is serious, it’s treatable. A physical exam and noninvasive testing can help detect if there is a narrowed artery in the neck, legs, or kidneys, as well as determine if there is an enlarged artery (or an aneurysm).
Western Connecticut Health Network Continues to Fight Proposed Budget
May 17, 2013 - Danbury, CT
Western Connecticut Health Network Continues To Fight Proposed Budget Cuts! Dr. John Murphy meets with state officials to mitigate harm to our community.
Danbury Hospital’s Chief of Cardiology Discusses Heart Palpitations and Irregular Heartbeats
May 14, 2013 - Danbury, CT
Heart palpitations vary from person to person, but they are usually perceived as an irregularity of the pulse or a flip-flopping sensation in the chest.
Western Connecticut Medical Group Heart Team Saves the Day, Thanks to Wife’s Quick Action
May 2, 2013 - Danbury, CT
An emergent aortic dissection has about as grim a prognosis as any cardiac emergency. In fact, the mortality of this type of dissection is 1 percent per hour for the first 24 hours.
Listen to the patient tell his grateful story of survival...
CHEFA Grant Awarded to Danbury Hospital For Simulation Lab
April 11, 2013 - Danbury, CT
Danbury Hospital announced today that it has been awarded a $71,800 grant from the Connecticut Health and Educational Facilities Authority (CHEFA) as part of its Client Grant Program to obtain Ultrasonography/Transthoracic Echocardiology Simulator equipment for its simulation laboratory to train medical staff to quickly and accurately diagnose various emergent situations.
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